We give because God gave first.

For God so loved the world that he gave His only begotten Son… (John 3:16)

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By Cash

Place your cash tithes and gifts inside a completed offering envelope and put it in the offering plate at service or drop it off at the church office.

By Check

Place your tithes and gifts by check inside a completed offering envelope, and put it in the offering plate, drop it off or mail it to the church office.

Endowment Fund

Building a Lasting Legacy of Faith
The Vanderbilt Presbyterian Church Endowment Fund is a perpetual source of income for the Life & Mission of the Church.

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Tithing is more than Giving

The word “tithe” means tenth or 10%. Tithing, or giving 10% of your income, is not merely giving something to God. It is giving back what was His to begin with. All that we have, or hope to have, comes from Him. The Bible says that tithing is a reminder that God is the supplier of everything. It teaches us to always put God first in our lives.

2021 Stewardship – Splendid Giving: Now More Than Ever  &  Forward in Faith

February 18, 2021

Dear Family and Friends of Vanderbilt Presbyterian Church,

We are launching two giving campaigns on Sunday, February 28, 2021.  The Annual Stewardship Campaign, to generate pledges for support of our operating budget, and the Capital Campaign, to eliminate the existing mortgage debt related to the Deo Gloria project.

Stewardship, our annual pledge, provides for the effective daily operation and ministry of our church and is dependent on the generosity of our members and friends. The Capital Campaign, which is an additional pledge for the elimination of our existing debt, frees our operating budget from the burden of mortgage payments in future years.  If we do not retire this debt, the mortgage payments will be added to our 2022 operating budget.  This will reduce our ministry efforts in other areas.  We hope that you will make every effort to maintain your level of support for Annual Stewardship and not reduce it in order to provide a pledge to the Capital Campaign.  Support for Annual Stewardship must be given priority over the Capital Campaign.

We ask that you prayerfully and joyously participate in both of these Splendid Giving initiatives.   Take a moment to consider the abundant grace and blessing that God has poured out upon you and examine how you might use those blessings to the benefit of others.  First, consider your annual Stewardship pledge and how you might adjust your giving to further enhance the ministry of Vanderbilt Presbyterian Church.  Then, consider the Capital Campaign; think about what small, weekly or monthly changes God is asking you to make in your life that might lead you to generously contribute to the future of this church. A sample “gift schedule” is printed on the back of the pledge card to assist in this effort.

We ask that you finalize your commitments to both campaigns by completing the enclosed pledge cards and returning them to the church in conjunction with the official campaign kick-off on February 28.  We dedicate our pledges to God’s glory during worship on Sunday, March 28.

We greatly appreciate your prayerful consideration and timely response.  Join us in Splendid Giving – for both the Annual Stewardship Campaign, “Now More Than Ever” and the Capital Campaign, “Forward in Faith.”

God Bless,

Rob Marrow, Pastor

Carolyn Magarro, Stewardship Ministry Team Moderator

Leslie Loughran and Steve Kutler, Capital Campaign Co-Chairs

Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. Test me in this,” says the Lord Almighty, “and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that there will not be room enough to store it.

Malachi 3:10 (NIV)