Stewardship

Chair:  Darrel Chaney  Mobile: 770.715.1599       darrelchaney@windstream.net

 

 “Lord, please give us generous and giving hearts.”

  What we do at St. Paul Matters!

Thank you, to all who have responded to the letter from Archbishop Gregory regarding his Annual Appeal. There is still time to respond. If you received the mailing and ave not responded, please take advantage of this time to do so. In addition to providing for ministries and services throughout the archdiocese and in our parish community, any amount that we go over our goal comes
back to us tax free. As you know, this would really help Father Fabio’s goal of getting the basement of OLG finished. Your financial support for the work of our parish, our archdiocese and our Church throughout the world is, in fact, one way to give Him glory and express our gratitude. If you have any questions about the Archbishop’s Annual Appeal, please feel free to contact me, Darrel Chaney, at the above number.

Stay in your home and receive a charitable tax deduction:  When you deed your home to the Catholic Foundation to benefit your parish endowment fund, you receive the tax deduction now, and can continue using it for life.  For more information, contact Juliet Greco at the Catholic Foundation at  jgreco@cfnga.org or 404-497-9440.

 

*INFORMATION ABOUT ARCHBISHOP’S ANNUAL APPEAL*

Our parish is at $21,350 of our goal of $32,200 for this year.  December is quickly approaching.  Thank you, to those who have been faithful to their pledge and to those who have made a contribution for the AAA.  There is always time to make a pledge.  Just pick up a pledge
envelope from an usher or in the church office.  Or, contact Darrel Chaney, Stewardship, at 706-878-0016 or darrelchaney@windstream.net

Remember, the archdiocese returns 100% of each additional dollar received from our parishioners to us for use
in our parish. We have exceeded our goal every year that Father Fabio has been our pastor. Let’s do it again.

If you have any question as to where rebate money goes, just ask Father Fabio or Darrel Chaney.