2020-21 Stewardship Campaign
Please consider your vision of our congregations future when making your pledge.
The members of the Stewardship team are Dave Powell, Ed Sykes, and Justin Sciamanna. Members and friends are invited to contact anyone on the team with questions.
2018 Stewardship Campaign
Challenge Grant: A generous anonymous donor offered a $20,000 matching challenge, giving us the opportunity to have $40,000 to put toward excellent staff support for our process of deep transformation next year.
2018-19 Pledge Form: Completed forms can be left in the lock box in Fellowship Hall at Market or in the lock box in the Common Room at Clover, or mailed to the office. Download the form here.
Launchpad Campaign: The Launchpad Campaign invited additional contributions, beyond regular pledges, to help the congregation set a course for abundance and financial health.
Stewardship Potluck: Special thanks to everyone who made the February 9 Stewardship Potluck festive and meaningful! Patti Hazell and her kitchen team created a nourishing event, plus musical guests Lois Voigt, JD Stillwater, Donna & Phil Hoskins-Helm, Don & Barbara Hoskins, and Kel Kyle.
2018 Stewardship Team: The core leadership team for the 2018 Stewardship Campaign included Dave Powell, John Hargreaves, and UCH Treasurer Ed Sykes. The Annual Appeal theme was “Celebrate the Future.” Together with Rev. Lyn Cox, the team planned a campaign centered on the congregation’s mission and positive accomplishments and that looks forward to making the case that UCH is a good choice for your generous donation dollars. One of the things that was be different about this year’s campaign was an increase in the support available to members and friends as you complete your pledge form. Core Stewardship team leaders met with some members individually and some in small groups. When members and friends understand the impact of their financial gift, and when help is available to make long-term pledging plans, the whole congregation benefits in terms of both spiritual growth and the congregation’s ability to pursue its mission.
Celebrate the Future!