As part of Stewardship for All Seasons, Mt. Tabor is committing to a stewardship program which benefits Mt. Tabor directly and also an outreach program in the community. Members voted this summer for the projects they wished to support. Thanks to everyone who voted!


Dear Partner in Ministry,

"This is what Love Looks Like 2019" is the theme of our fall stewardship appeal. This theme points to what happens as we gather as God's people and seek to follow the calling the Lord extends to each of us.

Our grateful response to this gift of life in Jesus Christ is to give our best to extend God's Kingdom.

In the weeks ahead you will be hearing more about the exciting ministry plans for 2019. Newsletter articles, bulletin inserts, temple talks, letters and a brochure will inform you of our congregation's mission plans for the coming year.

Together we are on a mission we can we all pull together and give generously in support of this work.

As part of the Stewardship program this year, you will be invited by letter to consider increasing your offering for the coming year. Please pray about this request and do your best to respond generously as the Lord leads you.

Then on Appeal Commitment Sunday, November 11, we will observe Stewardship Sunday by presenting our pledges and commitments (we call them "Statement of Intent ") during the worship service. You are also welcome to mail your Statement of Intent to the church office if you are not present on Stewardship Sunday.

People from whom a response has not been received by November 11 will be telephoned so that everyone has the opportunity to present their offering plan for the coming year.

Thank you for being part of this exciting congregation. Pray for our common work together as we continue to reach out with the God's love!

Sincerely in Christ,

Pr. David Nichols and Council President David Warren

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