stewardship 

Dear Friends,

Thanksgiving is the time of year when we are especially mindful of all that God has given us.  November is also the time the church has set aside to express our gratitude by sharing our commitments of time, talent and treasure through the church for the coming year.  This year’s theme is “All in.” While we have not been able to meet in person as often as we like, we continue to be “all in” as we serve our community in these tumultuous times.  

With that in mind, the leadership of Westover Hills UMC asks that we share our volunteer and financial commitments to the 2021 mission budget of the church  at this time.  Please complete the Estimate of Giving and submit it to the church no later than November 15.  Please also check the boxes for any volunteer categories that interest you.  Opportunities are changing and developing in unusual ways during the pandemic. Knowing the areas that interest you allows us to contact you when a need comes up in that area.

You are encouraged to visit the buttons below as they include information that you may find encouraging and helpful.  First, there is a “year in review” where you can read of the impact that Westover Hills UMC is having in our community.  In addition, there is a summary of our current and projected financial condition.  Finally, there is a pledge form available which includes financial gifts as well as service opportunities. 

Thank you for your continued commitment to your WHUMC family and the ministries of the church.  And thank you for your prompt attention to these important tasks. 

In Christ’s Service,
James Mays, Finance Chair

Scott & Ruth share why they are “ALL IN”

James shares why he is “ALL IN”