Pledge

“Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that having all sufficiency in all things at all times, you may abound in every good work.” - 2 Corinthians 9: 7-8

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Pledging FAQ

Why does my pledge matter?

Pledging is a way of saying "I'm in! I want to partner with what God is doing in and through my church family." Additionally, there are several opportunities for growth that Trinity would like to initiate in 2017 which can only happen if a tangible increase in giving occurs during the year.

Can I change my pledge?

Yes — we do not want anyone to feel limited to only giving the amount he/she pledges. Trinity does not treat pledges as legally binding and pledges can be changed throughout the year.

Is my giving important even if I don't pledge?

Yes! Every dollar counts. A significant portion of the income which Trinity relies on to meet its budget is "un-pledged." That being said, 2017 pledges will drive some key decisions on new initiatives so please pledge if you are able to.


QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER WHEN PLEDGING

  • If everything we have is a gift from God (James 1:17), how does that impact the choices we make around giving?
  • If I reflect on how generous and merciful God is to me, how does that impact how I use my time, talent and treasure?
  • If we pray for God to guide us in our giving decisions, are we ready to receive His answer?
  • If giving makes us happier than receiving (Acts 20:35), rather than ask "Why give?" should we ask instead "Why not give?"
  • If Trinity is my spiritual home, what is my responsibility to financially support the church community?
  • If we believe that God is faithful to His promises, do we trust Him to provide for our needs if we were to give sacrificially?