Every Sunday we sing these works in our effort to live out a spirit of gratitude and abundance in our everyday lives. Our members and friends support the mission of the church through financial giving and the volunteering of time and talents at the church and our partner organizations.
Read more about Consecration Sunday 2017 and listen to Rev. Traci Blackmon’s sermon.
Christian stewardship is a spiritual discipline, both individually and collectively within the membership of a congregation. At Mayflower, we believe we are stewards of the resources that have been given to us, and take seriously our responsibility to use those resources for the good of all. We people of faith want every penny we spend or give to be in line with what God wants for the world.
We are called to give in proportion to our income and the demands upon it and in proportion to our sense of justice and of God’s ownership of all wealth. The Stewardship Ministry suggests a “modern” tithe, which means you share approximately 5% with the church and 5% with other charities of your choice.
Are you at least 70-1/2 and have an IRA? Learn about tax benefits available when you contribute to Mayflower.
Each month, we highlight one of our partner organizations, who enable us to be catalysts for justice in the wider church and community. Give online or leave a check in the offering place with “special offering” in the memo line. All special offerings received during the month will go to the designated partner:
Creekside Common Homework Helpers
Conversations with Friends
Meals on Wheels
It’s easy and safe. You can set up and manage an automatic withdrawal program or make a single contribution online.
Interested in giving a gift or applying for a grant from the Mayflower Foundation?
106 E Diamond Lake Rd
Minneapolis, MN 55419
Feb 25, 8:30 & 11 am: Second Sunday in Lent, Rev. Emily Goldthwaite Fries