Stewardship at Follen
At Follen, stewardship involves the totality of our time, talents and resources. Stewardship includes making a financial commitment to support the church.
Your Pledge Is Important
Follen’s primary source of income is annual pledges. Most of Follen’s money goes to supporting staff and the programs they create. See Follen Budget in Charts 2017.
Video: How Does Money Work at Follen?
How Does Pledging Work?
Each year, starting in January, volunteer Stewards visit personally with members and friends of the Follen community, who then pledge to donate a specified amount to support Follen and its missions and many programs including music, religious education, social justice, and pastoral care.
We need and welcome your support and engagement.
For more information, see:
- Letter From Rev. Claire and Stewardship Chair January 2017
- Stewardship Confidentiality Principles
- Follen Planned Giving Overview 2015-2016
- Follen’s Stewardship Re-Think Report
- Testimonials: What Makes This Place So Special?
If you have any questions regarding Stewardship, please contact the 2017 Stewardship Chair Chris Farnham.
If you have an interest in sustaining Follen’s growth and want to consider various ways in which you may support Follen through planned giving, such as through a bequest in your will, a gift of appreciated securities, a charitable annuity trust, or naming Follen as a beneficiary of a retirement plan or life insurance policy, please contact Cas Groblewski.