Stewardship is the word we use to describe how we care for all of God's creation and share our gifts of time, talent and treasure. These gifts to God come in many forms ranging from the gift of time spent helping with children and youth or mission programs to the gift of talent by participating in the music ministries. Valley's programs depend on the financial support of our worshipers.
Opportunities for Giving
Donations to the general fund to support programs of the church through offering gathered during Sunday worship services and pledges made during the annual fall stewardship campaign.
Mission Endowment Fund for grants to projects and ministry in the local and global community. Grants are awarded twice yearly.
- The Valley Foundation for special projects and ministries.
Wills, bequests and estate planning for long-term benefits of Valley programs and ministries.
The Valley Community Presbyterian Church Mission Endowment Fund was established in 1979 and is an important part of Valley's mission program. Applications are accepted twice yearly and due on April 1 and October 1. Late submissions are not accepted. Applications may be from individuals or organizations for local, national or international projects in both church-related or secular fields. Consideration is given to applications which:
Address food, housing and health needs of people around the world,
Assist volunteers in the mission field,
Advance denominations programs of outreach, service and proclamation,
Assist secular and social organizations that aid in the care of people.
For more information, contact Elaine Rea at email@example.com.
The Valley Community Presbyterian Church Foundation serves as an independent source of funding for church activities such as mission, education, music and worship, and other purposes. The Valley Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt corporation governed by its own board of trustees. All active members of Valley are members of the foundation.
Gifts to Valley and the Valley Foundation may be tax deductible (please consult your tax or financial advisor).
For additional information, contact AmyAnn Green, Bookeeper, in the church office.