Pentecost Offering
Pentecost Offering: Where does our money go?

Pentecost final panorama  - May 2010

 

Pentecost Offering

The Pentecost Offering is traditionally received on the day of Pentecost provides a direct way to meet the needs of children at risk, youth, and young adults. Congregations are encouraged to keep 40 percent of the Offering to support ministry with children at risk in their communities.

The General Assembly’s portion (60 percent) provides leadership development opportunities for Presbyterian youth and young adults and supports children-at-risk programs at the national level. Since 1998, Presbyterians of all ages have raised over $7 million for these ministries that benefit younger members of God’s family.

 

Last Published: May 14, 2013 5:21 PM
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