“Then the people rejoiced, for that they offered willingly, because with perfect heart they offered willingly to the LORD: and David the king also rejoiced with great joy.” (1st Chronicles 29:9)
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Our church is currently hoping to begin construction on our new church home sometime in 2018. We have had two successful fund-raisers for this wonderful cause, but we could still use more help. The more funds we raise, the less we will have to borrow to finance the construction.
Additionally, we also need funds for our Deacons’ Fund, which helps people in our area who are in need.
Finally, every small church always struggles with its yearly budget; with all the generous giving that occurs in our community, often our general expenses and budget suffer from a short-term lack of support!
Giving options include:
- Weekly gift of your pledge
If you’d like, use your offering envelopes to indicate the amount designated toward your pledge.
- Write a check on a regular basis
Monthly, quarterly, annually, or any schedule you choose.
- The gift of appreciated assets
Stocks, bonds, real estate, and other appreciated assets can confer tax advantages over cash gifts. Please see elder Jim Lower for more information.
- Give on-line through PayPal!
If you are a shopper on Amazon.com you have the ability to use their alternate page “smile.amazon.com.” By choosing this page for your regular Amazon purchases, you can select “Heritage Presbyterian Church, Houston, TX” as the recipient of 0.5% of your purchases to be donated by Amazon.
- Get married!
That’s right…get married! From now until our new church home is finished, any couple that hires Pastor Mark to officiate their wedding ceremony will actually be making a donation to our building fund. Pastor Mark has pledged all wedding fees to our new church home until it is finished! See our Wedding page for more information.
We are grateful for any amount you pledge. Your gift is a covenant with God and will bring us that much closer to our goal of better serving our neighbors in Christ in northwest Houston.