​GIVING 

A Season of Stewardship

“Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?” Isaiah 43:19

Our theme for this year’s financial giving campaign comes from the prophet Isaiah, writing to God’s people in exile in Babylon. After generations of disorientation and loss, Isaiah urges them to notice and pay attention to what God is doing in their midst. Signs of hope, new life, and restoration abound: we just have to notice. We chose this verse because after a long season of transition and pandemic, St. Benedict’s, too, is seeing newness and vitality and looking towards a future faithful to God’s call. Signs of God’s new things are all around us. There are new faces enriching our parish’s life in Christ; faithful folks serving in new ways like choir or flower guild–sharing their talents in new ways; the joyful sounds of children at once-quiet 8:00 worship; new hands making sandwiches for neighbor; new baptisms and confirmations marking new life in Christ. In 2023 we will discern together a new focus on serving our neighbors in Smyrna.

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Finish this year's pledge. For balance inquiries, contact Ashley Brown, or Monty Johnson.

Make a one-time or recurring gift to any of our ministries or on your pledge.

Recurring Payments

Bill Pay Through Your Bank

One of the advantages of paying through your bank is that there are no fees associated with this method and St. Benedict's gets the full amount you intend to contribute.

Most banks now offer online bill pay services that can automate recurring payments to St. Benedict's Episcopal Church. Most services allow you to select the amount and the day of the month you want your check to be sent to us. Our address is 2160 Cooper Lake Road SE, Smyrna, GA 30080.

Planned Giving​

Did you know that giving stocks or other planned giving is easy? 

Contact our bookkeeper, Ashley Brown, for more information.

Flower Donation

 

You are invited to commemorate a thanksgiving or honor a loved one through the gift of flowers.