What are those blue boxes in the back of the church for?

The United Thank Offering is a program of the Episcopal Church. Money is collected and then used to
fund grants for programs that alleviate poverty, both domestically and internationally. Our parish coordinator for The United Thank Offering is Doris Connor.

If you would prefer, you can make a one time contribution. There are envelopes at the rear of the church.

What are some of the programs The UTO Funds?

Be assured that your contribution will help in so many ways. Some of the programs UTO Grants have funded:
  Building a water treatment center in Cange, Haiti
Retreats for female victims of domestic violence in Albany, NY
Education support (and a van) to support the Lost Boys of Sudan currently living in Phoenix, AZ
Building a much needed church in Homer, Alaska
Grace House Residency Center  - transitional housing for women who were formerly in prison
Staff Housing project for a growing school that offers education to war-affected girls in Liberia
Building a church in San Marcos, The Dominican Republic
Dental care for homeless individuals in Amarillo, TX
Construction of the New Theological  center of the Diocese of Antsiranana (Madagascar)

The UTO's Mission is to:
  › Expand the circle of thankful people

› To significantly impact the lives of women and children because of Christ's love