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October 23, 2021

A message from Your Forest Hill Church Stewardship Ministry Team

Forest Hill Church has long been Grounded in Faith and Growing to Serve as the above logo of the 2022 Stewardship Program states. The Scripture we chose is: God is able to give you more than you need so that you will always have all you need for yourselves and more than enough for every good cause.

As our awareness of God’s goodness deepens, a spirit of gratitude grows within us. And when we approach Stewardship in a spirit of gratitude, we do so knowing that God has already given us what we most need for a life of abundance.

Stewardship really is about our core relationship with God. Each of us can express our love for God and this church by making a financial pledge to support this beloved community and its ministries. Together our giving sustains the financial health of the church and enables our family of faith to “grow in service.”

Here’s why our financial pledges matter:

Scripture tells us that we are each beloved by God. At Forest Hill Church, we have expressed our profound commitment to building a beloved community on the corner of Monticello and Lee in Cleveland Heights.

The Stewardship Ministry Team of Forest Hill Church provides two, easy ways to make your pledge:

  1. Click here to complete the online, Electronic Pledge Form, OR
  2. Download and complete the 2022 Pledge Card, scan and email it, in confidence, to finance@fhcpresb.org or mail it to the church by regular mail.

Click here to view videos showing what our gifts of support for our beloved community are doing:What is Stewardship?” “Our Gifts Support Staff,” “Our Gifts Support Ministries” and “Our Members Speak About Support (Part 1 and Part 2).”

Whether you are new to pledging or this practice has long been part of your life, your support of the Forest Hill Church ministry really does matter.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR GIFTS OF SUPPORT

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