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Giving at St. Bart's

Supporting the future of our parish

2024 ANNUAL
STEWARDSHIP CAMPAIGN

St. Bart's is a generous faith family, recognizing that all we are and all we have comes from God. We are asked to give our time, our talents, and our treasure as tangible signs of our faith and our commitment to God and our church. 

 

Each year we kick off the annual stewardship or giving campaign using multi-colored post-it notes to write in our own words, "Why I Give." Each note is placed on the sanctuary windows to share our faith and personal commitment to the future of St. Bart's. Thank you for supporting St. Bart's!

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Download the 2024 Annual Stewardship Booklet HERE

Questions? Contact Bill Angus, St. Bart's Treasurer

To make your pledge and/or set up payments, click the button below:

To make a general offering or one-time gift to St. Bart's, click the button below:

Giving at St. Bart's

As a church, we believe we are called to respond to the generosity of the gospel by supporting our church, community, and world. We express our love to God by giving our time, talents, and treasure. Giving is not dues to the church, giving is an act of faith and commitment to ensure that the work and ministry of St. Bart’s can continue each year and for generations to come. 

Why do we give?

Give online:

You can make a single gift or schedule recurring donations like your annual pledge. Giving online is the fastest way for us to receive your contribution and it is easy to set up payments using a credit card or directly from your bank account. To give securely online, please click here

Give by mail:

Send your check to the church address below. If your contribution is restricted or designated to a particular fund (such as Flowers), please make sure that is noted in the memo line on your check. All checks should be made payable to St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church. 

 

St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church
16275 Pomerado Road 
Poway, CA 92064

If you prefer to make payments using weekly envelopes that are placed in the offering plates, please contact Elizabeth Carey, our Bookkeeper, at 858-432-7105.

Give by phone:

You can make a gift by phone using a debit or credit card by contacting Elizabeth Carey, our Bookkeeper, at 858-432-7105.

Give using stock or securities:

We welcome your gift of appreciated securities! For stock transfer instructions, please contact our treasurer, Bill Angus.

How do I give?

Statements are sent at the end of the calendar year to your e-mail address on file. If you would like to receive a mailed copy of your Giving Statement, or have any questions, please contact our treasurer, Bill Angus.

Giving Statements

STORIES OF COURAGEOUS GIVING

The people of St. Bart's give their time, their talent, and their treasure to ensure our church and ministries are strong and sustainable today and for many generations to come.

Pat Johnston: Roots of Generosity
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Bill Angus: The Practice of Giving
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Giving FAQs

  • How many services are there?
    We offer weekend services in the Chapel on Saturday at 5:00 p.m. and Sunday at 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. in the church Sanctuary. Children’s Chapel begins at the beginning of the 10:00 a.m. Sunday service, and the kids return at the time of the peace to receive Communion with their parents. Masks are optional for all attendees. Weekday services include Morning Prayer in the Chapel from Tuesday-Thursday at 8:40 a.m., and a Healing Service with Holy Communion in the Chapel on Thursday at 12:00 p.m. On the first and third Wednesday of the month in the Chapel at 6:00 p.m. is the ReGeneration, or "ReGen", Contemporary Service, which includes more contemporary music and format, and Holy Communion.
  • What are the services like?
    Weekend services all include Holy Communion; all are welcome to receive communion at St. Bart’s. The Saturday 5:00 p.m. service and Sunday 10:00 a.m. services include music and singing, while the 8:00 a.m. service on Sunday is prayerful and quiet with meditative music. Weekday services use the Book of Common Prayer and do not include music or singing. The Wednesday night ReGen services include more contemporary music and service format, with Holy Communion.
  • How can I follow along with the services?
    Bulletins are provided for the weekend services and online in the weekly eNews and on the website. The order of service is also projected during seasonal 10:00 a.m. Sunday services and Wednesday ReGen services.
  • What about kids and youth?
    Children participate in Godly Play each Sunday from 9:00-9:45 a.m. in the Education Building while parents can grab a coffee and attend the Adult Forums. Youth Forum is also 9:00-9:45 a.m. in the Youth Room each Sunday. The children start with parents at the 10:00 a.m. service and leave to join Children’s Chapel shortly after the service begins. They return at the time of the peace and join parents for the remainder of the service with Holy Communion.
  • Can I join worship online?
    The 10:00 a.m. service is live-streamed each Sunday morning. The link to join that service is provided each week in the Weekly News, and on the homepage of our website.
  • Where do I park?
    Please scroll down for info on parking.
  • Can newcomers attend?
    We welcome newcomers and visitors to every service and invite you to participate fully as you are comfortable. Please let us know that you are new so we can welcome you and get to know you better. Please complete a newcomer form on the Your First Visit page.
  • Will I be able to use a restroom?
    Yes, all restrooms are available during service times.
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Planned Giving

LEGACY SOCIETY

The Legacy Society was established for planned giving that creates a legacy for future generations. It is open to anyone who confirms making provisions for a donation to St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church in their estate plan.

 

While an estate plan determines a destiny for your assets after your passing, making a planned gift to our church also communicates your values, wishes, and memories as well as financial support for St. Bart's programs and ministries today and generations to come.

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