Greetings! We are launching our TPUUF annual stewardship campaign, the time when we call on you to help sustain our fellowship for the coming year.
The past year has been truly astonishing, unfolding in ways that we never dreamed of because of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Remarkably, we have been able to shift how we do things in order to maintain our beloved community.
Financially, this has been a good year for our fellowship. Thanks to all of you, we met our pledge goal and have been able to continue operating the fellowship. Sadly, we have lost members this year which will impact our ability to meet our pledge goal for the upcoming year. In addition, some of you have been impacted negatively by the effects of the pandemic. On the other hand, staying at home has enabled some of us to save money and spend less. As you decide what you will be pledging this year, please give as generously as your personal circumstances will allow. The Fellowship needs your support. Once you have decided what you can give, please complete the financial commitment form that was mailed to each of you and return it to us with the envelope.
Or if you’d prefer to make your pledge commitment online, click Online Pledge Commitment Form. Your online pledge commitment will be emailed directly to the TPUUF Treasurer upon completion.
As we approach the new church year, we want to focus on what the future of Thomas Paine Fellowship will be. While we are hoping to return to some of our activities, we also realize that we should be planning new things and new ways of doing things. Your input will be valuable in this regard. That is why we are including a survey sheet with this letter so that you can let us know your thoughts. We will not be making personal visits this year; so, please take the opportunity to share your ideas with us by completing the survey sheet.
We thank you in advance for your continued support, both with your ideas and with your funds.
Anne Rostosky and Lorraine Lee,
Annual Stewardship Campaign Chairpersons