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Simplify your giving, with E-Giving!
We are pleased to announce a convenient way to make your regular offerings. With our new E-Giving (electronic giving) program, you can easily set up a recurring giving schedule.
We encourage you to consider automating your regular donations with our new E-Giving Program. Queen of All Saints Parish relies on the financial generosity of the congregation and E-Giving offers a simple and convenient way to give on a recurring basis.
To sign-up, simply complete the Authorization Agreement for E-Giving or contact the parish office for more information.
What is the E-Giving Program?
It is a program where you authorize Queen of All Saints Parish to charge your bank account monthly for the amount you would like to donate each month. Stewardship contributions are deducted every Monday of the month.
How does it benefit my parish?
Queen of All Saints benefits from steadier and more predictable collections.
How does it benefit me?
Mainly you benefit by knowing that your stewardship plans will be met even if you forget your envelope or are traveling. But also there are practical benefits from writing fewer checks, or making fewer trips to the ATM for cash.
How much am I expected to give?
Personal circumstances vary widely so no one answer fits all. It is more important that our contributions be planned and proportional. Calculate your donations as a percent of income. If possible, increase that percentage a little each year until you reach a rate that is satisfactory to you.
What do I do when the basket is passed?
Many people like to check the “E-GIVER” box on their Sunday envelope and place the empty envelope in the basket. That way we can participate in the automated program without feeling guilty during the Offertory at Mass.
What if I want to change my amount or stop my participation?
It is easy. Just call or email the Church Office or drop off a note to change or end participation.
How about special collections like the mission appeal or Holy Days?
Even those who enroll will still receive envelopes to use for those “occasional” collections.
I have other questions about the program. Whom should I contact?
Please call Susan Harmon, Church Secretary at Queen of All Saints Parish, at 219-872-9196 or email her at email@example.com.
Download and print the Authorization Agreement for E-Giving.
Mail or fax the completed form to:
Office of Development and Planned Giving
Queen of All Saints Parish
606 S. Woodland Avenue
Michigan City, IN 46360
By Fax: (219) 872-9176
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