Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. 2 Corinthians 9:6-7
What Is Stewardship?
A biblical worldview of stewardship starts with the conviction that “God owns it all” and we are simply his stewards (or temporary managers) of all that he has entrusted to us during our lifetime. This includes our time, our talent, our influence, our spiritual gifts, as well as our physical and financial resources. Learn more: Stewardship Resources
When you choose to give online using the link above, you can give to one of these funds to support the mission of our church.
The Annual Fund supports the annual budget needs of the church. This is the necessary and appropriate place for your regular giving.
The CPC Endowment Fund exists to provide a level of support for the long term financial health of this congregation and its ministries. It is a separate entity with its own governing board of CPC members. Memorial gifts, honorary gifts and estate gifts often go into the Endowment. These are gifts that “keep on giving”.
Tumaini Children’s Village (Soy Orphanage)
In 2006, the Session of CPC set aside funds to build the Tumaini Orphanage in Soy, Kenya. Learn more: Tumaini Children’s Village. If you are writing a check, please pay to the order of “Soy Orphanage” or “Tumaini Orphanage.” If you would prefer to give online, click the donation button above, enter donation amount, and choose “Soy Orphanage Support.”
Tax advantages may be realized by donating appreciated stock you have owned for more than one year. Christ Presbyterian Church will sell and use the proceeds for its programs. You may contact Claudio Cordeiro at 713-255-7207 for information. Please notify the church financial office of your stock transfer. For contribution credit this calendar year, we must receive the gift on or before December 31. If mailing a check, it must be postmarked on or before December 31.