No matter how many good people a parish has, no matter how rich it is in talent and the time people give it, no parish can run without money. In basic terms, these are donations, and we depend on yours.
Donations to Trinity Lime Rock
There are several ways you can make a donation to Trinity.
–You can place a check in the collection plate on Sunday in church (if you wish your donation directed to a particular ministry or fund, please write that on the Memo line on your check)
–You can send a check to Trinity via postal mail. Our address is:
Trinity Episcopal Church
484 Lime Rock Road
Lakeville, CT 06039
–You can donate securities or make a bequest to Trinity. To ensure prompt handling, please get up-to-date instructions from our bookkeeper.
–You can donate online, using your credit card, debit card, or PayPal account. Please select the way you would like your donation to be used.
General Fund Donations
This is the main operating fund of the parish, including all budget categories. For pledge donations, select this category.
The Flower Fund
A donation here is a wonderful way to remember a friend or loved one, to give thanks for a happy event, or to honor someone. You may want to name the person or event in which your gift is in memory or honor on the memo line.
These donations fund major, non-recurring projects that are beyond the resources of our normal operating budget. If you wish to pay your pledge to the Capital Fund, this is the place to do it.
Donations to this fund help cover such expenses as new music for the choir to sing, guest instrumentalists for major feast days, organ maintenance, special soloists, and the other costs associated with a year-round church music program.
Donations to this fund cover the expenses of our programs for young people, including the Youth Minister and the expenses of operating the Youth Group.
Outreach and Parish Life
These donations are used by the Rector and the Outreach Committee to help organizations outside Trinity, to aid the poor and needy, and to enhance the hospitality of Trinity to parishioners, newcomers and outsiders.