How to Support the Church

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“WE SUPPORT THE CHURCH WITH OUR TIME,

img_00021OUR TALENT,

After big rain, broken wrist, cold winter, repairs begin.

and our Treasure.

Membership support:

Most members “pledge” to donate a given amount for the year so that the budget can be set.  Offerings are made once a year, quarterly, monthly or weekly. The financial secretaries keep records so that gifts can be reported to the IRS.

Fund Raising projects:

We have two major fund raising projects during the summer:   The Flea Market , held twice a week on North Road and Lobster Roll dinners-to-go every Tuesday .  Without these fundraisers our small congregation couldn’t afford it’s ministry.

Community Support:

We rely on and are most grateful to the members of the community who contribute to the maintenance of the ministry and the repair of the antique building.  Gifts may be made to: Chilmark Community Church, 9 Menemsha Crossroad,  Chilmark, MA 02535.  Gifts can be restricted to ministry or to    building upkeep. Shares of appreciated stock can be transferred to the church by contacting Lisa Garabedian at Merrill Lynch who manages an account for the church. Her contact information is:                                                     phone: 1-877-898-2473;                                                                                               email: elizabeth_garabedian@ml.com                                                               address:  1050 Hingham Street, 2nd floor, Rockland, MA 02370.

*Trustees :       ,     Bette Carroll (’17),   Julianna Flanders (’16),  Timothy Carroll(’15),  Sarah Mayhew Shipway (’17),  Ann Deitrich (’17), Ted Mayhew (16),  Don Reese (15) ,Susan Heckler Smith (’16)Clark Goff (treasurer)

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