Local Organizations - $48,520
Community Artist Series - $8,000
Joyful Noise - $41,189
Hands to Serve - $2,000
Boy Scouts - $900
Youth Mission - $8,538
Administration - $16,475
World - $21,780
Presbytery Support - $48,038
Seminary/College Support - $8,000
Synod/General Assembly - $17,290
20+ Organizations Supported
1,418 pints of blood donated through our blood drives.
120 meals served at Supper House in Muskegon Heights on any given night.
875 people annually entertained by our Community Artist Series events.
120 Angel Tree gifts donated.
Over 1300 Pastoral calls completed (home, hospital & phone).
300 times annually Home Communion has been served to our shut-ins and convalescing members and friends.
Nearly 20,000 worshippers annually enter our doors.
Over 2 tons of food and paper products collected annually for area food pantries.
Joyful Noise Childcare receives free rent and utilities. Our employees handle their accounting, payroll, and maintenance.
$15,000 annually donated for prescription assistance.
Tri-Cities Ministries (TCM) is housed rent-free.
Our Pastors Discretionary Fund provides immediate relief to those in need.
Youth participate in mission trips.
Hands to Serve provides free manpower and supplies.
We sponsor Boy Scout Troop #246 not only with financial support, but with use of our church van.
Our Deacons call on the sick and deliver meals.
Refugee Resettlement continues to mentor refugees.
We continue to support Re-Member Mission.
Our website and Facebook page reaches out to all.
Regular communications sent to church via email/mail.
God doesn't need our money
He wants what it represents. Our gratitude, our priorities and our faith...
Each $1.00 given is distributed the following way:
14¢ to Children & Youth
2¢ to Adult Education
19¢ to Worship & Arts
18¢ to Facilities
9¢ to Caring Ministry
20¢ to Mission
18¢ to Administration
Maintaining the Home Base for Mission
We love to come here on Sunday and during the week as members of a family of faith. A church is really nothing more than the people of Christ who gather for worship and mission, but it certainly helps to have a beautiful place in which to shelter our gathering and our ministry. It is invaluable, as well, to have personnel and office operations to support what we do as a congregation.
VERSE OF THE MOMENT
Suppose one of you wants to build a tower. Won’t you first sit down and estimate the cost to see if you have enough money to complete it?