St. Patrick Parish has been present at most of the important milestones of our lives; our Baptism, our First Communion, and at times of great joy and celebration as well as times of great sadness.
The work of the many ministries of our parish are far-reaching. Life-giving, and lifesaving for over 150 years.
By leaving a planned gift in your will for your church, you will be leaving a legacy to help ensure that the mission and pastoral outreach that has been important to you will continue both for today’s needs and for those of our children, grandchildren and beyond.
Planned gifts are commonly determined in conjunction with estate planning, are gifted upon the death of a donor and are often given in the name of a donor or donor’s family. Thus, the term, “Legacy Giving”.
If you have any questions about leaving St. Patrick Parish a planned gift, please contact me and I will arrange to meet with you at your earliest convenience. We are truly a thankful parish family who expresses that gratitude through the giving of our time, talent, and treasure with joyful hearts.
“As each of us has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God’s varied grace.” ~1 Peter 4:10
God bless you,
Deacon John, Director of Stewardship