October 2023

Dear FPCA Members and Friends:

With joy, we introduce the theme of our Stewardship Campaign for 2024:

Stewardship—A Way of Life

“So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do everything for the glory of God.”

 1 Corinthians 10: 31

The call to us in 1 Corinthians 10:31 is a tall order. And yet, whatever our circumstance or age, we may choose to make Stewardship – A Way of Life. In doing so, each day, we return to God what God has already entrusted to us.

We invite you to be part of the 2024 Stewardship Campaign. This packet includes a letter from Rev. Patrick Johnson, a budget narrative, and a pledge form. Your pledge is vital to the FPCA budget preparation process that is currently underway. Together, we are the body of Christ, and we need every individual to participate in order to function fully.

The timeline is as follows:

  • FPCA’s Stewardship Campaign will begin on October 8th and will conclude on October 29th.
  • On October 15th, between the two worship services, Finance Chairman Ron Freeman will present a draft budget for 2024. This draft budget will help you understand the funds our church committees project they will need to help us be the hands and feet of Jesus in 2024.
  • On October 29th, we will gather in the fellowship hall again to commit our resources to Christ and to celebrate Rev. Johnson’s return.

In order to help with our budget process, if at all possible, we ask that you return your pledge form between October 8th and October 29th – in person, by mail, or via the FPCA website. If you have any questions regarding a pledge, please contact  Liz Thurston, Church Administrator  Lthurston@FPCA.org.

Please contact us at the emails listed below, or Ron Freeman at ronfree499@gmail.com for budget questions. May each of us in these weeks ahead practice doing everything for the glory of God and strive to make Stewardship – A Way of Life.


Your Stewardship Co-Chairs,

Donna Ensley Alice Lentz

Donnaensley101@gmail.com alice.b.lentz@gmail.com


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