Planned Giving

Providing for the Future of St. Paul’s

Enduring Gratitude
For almost 170 years, the members of St. Paul’s have treasured the church’s traditions of high-quality worship, education and music, spiritual nourishment, and meaningful outreach.  Over that time, gifts and bequests from generous and faithful members have helped build and maintain our exquisite church and grounds, enhance our Christian formation programs, extend the reach of our Apostleship ministries, and retain our devoted clergy and staff.

We invite you to join this tradition of thoughtful stewardship by becoming a member of the St. Paul’s Legacy Society.  Gifts from Legacy Society members help strengthen the church’s endowment, providing resources for continued ministries.

Your planned gift to the church expresses gratitude for a lifetime of God’s blessings, giving substance to the familiar prayer, “All things come of thee, O Lord, and of thine own have we given thee.”   It is this generosity that will ensure the future fulfillment of God’s mission at St. Paul’s.

The St. Paul’s Legacy Society honors members who make financial provisions for the future of the parish. You can become a member of the Legacy Society by:

Making an outright gift to the St. Paul’s endowment fund.
Naming St. Paul’s in your will or codicil.
Making St. Paul’s the beneficiary of a life insurance policy or retirement plan.
Establishing a charitable gift annuity or trust to benefit St. Paul’s.

Donors will become members of the Legacy Society as soon as their gift intentions are made known to St. Paul’s.  There is a minimum gift or bequest requirement of $5,000.

A special program and reception for all St. Paul’s Legacy Society members will be hosted each year by the Rector.  With their permission, Legacy Society members will be acknowledged in parish publications.  If preferred, donors may remain anonymous.

Please contact Pam O’Halloran, Director of Congregational Development for more information.