On April 25th 2013, Eleanor Gill, National Stewardship Legacy and Funding Officer will facilitate a lively and informative workshop, encouraging delegates to recognise the rich potential for funding ministry and mission through legacy giving, and highlighting the importance of Wills and gifts as part of Christian Stewardship.
This workshop will aim to
• explore the biblical principles behind making a Wills and leaving a legacy gift
• identify the key elements encouraging legacies and potential pitfalls
• introduce the excellent resource literature to support legacy giving
• offer space for discussion and questions
For more information visit the Liverpool Diocesan website
Date: Thursday 25th April 2013.
Venue: St Mark’s Haydock Parish Church Centre Room 13,
West End Road, Haydock, WA11 0AX
Time: 18.45pm – 21.30pm
To book a place on the workshop contact Margaret Short 0151 705 2119 (Mon, Wed) or email email@example.com
Making the most of Legacies
With pressures on church funding and the need to think about stewardship in the round, can your church afford to miss out on the millions of potential legacy income? But it is not just about the money. For over 500 years the Book of Common Prayer has encouraged Anglicans to make a Will as an expression of wise Christian stewardship.
A legacy gift is an opportunity to make perhaps the largest gift we ever make to our church and other charities. A legacy gift simply applies the principle of proportionate giving from what we have to our estate as well as our income.
For more information on how to encourage legacy gifts in your parish visit
Parish Resources website http://www.parishresources.org.uk/legacies/
Alternatively you can contact Eleanor Gill at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.