Ways You Can Give
Many people are familiar with weekly envelopes that are collected during service. When you register to be a parishioner, you receive these envelopes to use for your Sunday offering. You may use cash or a check to make your donation.
Make checks payable to Trinity Episcopal Church and include your pledge number on the memo line.
Giving gifts in memory of deceased friends and loved ones, or gifts that honor living individuals, are often used to reflect the interest or talents of the person honored. Giving in thanks for life's milestones or relatives' achievements are another reason to make a gift. There are several funds you can consider when making a memorial or tribute gift. All memorial and tribute gifts will be acknowledged. For specific advice about taxes, wills or legal arrangements, it is important that you consult with the appropriate attorney or financial adviser.
Thank you for supporting Trinity Episcopal Church. For additional information please call the parish office at 252.946.9958.
Giving Through Your Bank
You can request that your bank send Trinity a check for a set amount each week, month or any specified period you wish to designate. Request that your pledge number be included in the memo line.
Volunteering Your Time
Volunteering your time at Trinity is another way to give. There are many tasks that require many and different talents. Some tasks are cleaning and organizing. Other duties involve serving in the liturgy or preparing behind the scenes for worship. The historic cemetery is another opportunity to volunteer. To learn more ways to volunteer your time, contact the parish priest, Sonny Browne, at 252.946.9196.