Community Grows Here
Community and Faith. The stewardship theme for 2023 is “Community Grows Here.” During the fall introductory campaign, you will hear and read personal stories from members about the importance of community in building faith – individually and collectively. Click here to watch their video stories or use the QR code below.
To help us grow community in 2023, we invite you to join our thriving Emmanuel community by…
- Attending worship service in person each week (or virtually if you are out of town)
- Attending a faith formation class each Sunday morning
- Volunteering to serve in one of our many ministries
- Submitting an online commitment form or card for your financial gifts to the General Fund in 2023
Commitment Sunday is November 13th. All confirmed members of Emmanuel are asked to submit a commitment for giving to the General Fund for 2023 - online form or card - before November 11th.
- Commitment cards may be mailed to the Church, left in the offering plate during worship services, or placed in the Stewardship drop box in the Centrum.
- Submitting an online commitment form is easy. Click here to fill it out and submit your form, or use the QR code below.
Commitment cards and instructions for submitting an online form were mailed to households the week of October 24th. Please notify the Stewardship Team (email@example.com) if you have questions or need assistance.
Not using Tithe.ly? For members who are not currently using our pay platform, Tithely, we suggest you consider setting up a recurring electronic gift today.
Tithe.ly allows you to create and manage your recurring or one-time gifts from your phone or computer. You can even make gifts by text message! Text the word Give to 844-940-2765. Payments can be made from your bank account or credit/debit card. Tithe.ly is easy to use and flexible.
To create your Tithe.ly account today, go to https://tithe.ly/give_new/www/#/tithely/give or scan the QR code:
Please contact the Stewardship Team at Stewardship@elcvienna.org for assistance.
"So, we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually we are members one of another."