Making Your Pledge
Click here for 2012 Pledge Card. Please complete the form and send it to the Parish Office, ATTN: Parish Secretary, Calvary Episcopal Church, P.O. Box 109, Ashland, KY 41105. Click here for a Personal Commitment Planner. (Both forms are pdf files. You might need a version of Adobe Reader to open it.)
Planned Giving - Calvary Endowment Fund
What better give could we give ourselves than to know that we have provided for the orderly disposition of the things we have been given in life? What better way for us to show what has really mattered to us in our life? What better bless than to know that we leave a legacy for our children - a legacy of love of worship at Calvary Episcopal Church?
Planned giving is a form of stewardship that offers new approaches for managing resources during your lifetime and for leaving a legacy that will contribute generously to Calvary through estate planning and deferred giving.
Planned gifts are best made to the church’s Endowment Fund without restrictions or designations. However, if you feel strongly, you may designate your gift to one or more of the following ministries:
Any member of the Parish’s Endowment Committee or the Rector can assist you in finding the information and resources you may need to explore the possible advantages of making a planned gift. Most planned gifts offer attractive benefits from a tax standpoint.
Click here for more about stewardship and tithing.
April 23, 2017
Sunday Morning Worship
10:00 a.m. HE Rite II
11:30 a.m. Christian Ed
12:10 p.m. HE Noon Service
Our Parish Community
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What is the Episcopal Church?
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