Give

As Christians, we believe that all life is a gift from God, and that everything we have ultimately belongs to God. We give of the financial resources God has given us because God uses them to change the world and to change us. Grateful and generous giving is important to our life of faith in God. Thank you for supporting the ministries of Incarnation and the larger church as we work to faithfully live out God’s mission in the world.

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Generosity in Retirement

November 27, 12 – 1:30 p.m.

Join Pastor Janet and Incarnation member Roger Schlicting of Thrivent for a free luncheon covering generosity strategies related to estate planning. This is the second part in a two-part series to answer your questions and provide general information that can assist you in your financial life. There is no sales pressure – but a relaxed opportunity to have lunch and learn how to grow in generosity. Sign up in the Incarnation Office by Wednesday, November 21.

U.S. Wildfires

The Situation:
Wildfires are raging across California, destroying thousands of homes and wiping out the town of Paradise, located north of Sacramento. Multiple deaths have been confirmed and large-scale, mandatory evacuations are in place for multiple communities across the state’s impacted areas as first responders work to gain control of the fires.

Our Response:
Lutheran Disaster Response is working with Lutheran Social Services of Southern California, Lutheran Social Services of Northern California and the California synods to respond to this fire. As the fires are still raging, we continue to assess the ever-changing situation to determine the best ways to respond. Your gifts will help us deliver a robust response to address needs in the devasted communities.

Read more here about what you can do.

Help Support the ELCA’s Disaster Relief Work Around the World

If you are looking for a good place to direct your support to help somehow with the crisis of Hurricane Florence, as well as other crises in the news of late, ELCA Disaster Response is a good choice. Donations provide hope, healing and renewal to people whose lives have been disrupted by disasters – both natural and human-caused. Your gifts help with emergency relief and long-term assistance as we walk with disaster survivors and refugees in the United States and others around the world. You can write a check to Incarnation and put ELCA Disaster Response in the memo line, and we will get it to the proper place. You can also go on the ELCA website and donate in that way. And most definitely pray for wisdom for leaders and comfort and healing for all those affected.

 

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