Your Legacy: Planned Giving for St. Peter's

No one likes to dwell on death. Though we know that our Redeemer, Jesus Christ, died and rose again so that we may have eternal life, it is human to want to avoid conversations and reflections about the end of our mortal lives. Sadly, as we have been reminded again and again during the global pandemic, death can come unexpectedly. It is important to take some time now to reflect on what we want our legacy to be after we have left this earth.

As you consider what your legacy will be, think about the ministries that you are involved in and support at St. Peter’s. You can impact those ministries long after your lifetime by naming St. Peter’s Episcopal Church as a bequest in your will or in another type of planned gift. Whether it’s a percentage of your estate or a specific dollar amount, your precious gift can continue supporting your parish long after you have left this world.

Planned Giving Shepherds

If you need more information or just want to talk more about planned giving, contact one of our Planned Giving Shepherds – Linda Hurley, Bryan Newton, or Bill Wyatt. Each of these shepherds can put you in contact with resources to help you as you plan your estate.

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Planned Giving Resources

The Episcopal Foundation offers many resources online to get you started with planned giving. You are encouraged to talk to an attorney and/or financial advisor any time you begin to make decisions
regarding your estate.


Planned Giving – Stewards of God’s Bounty

Writing Your Will – Where There’s A Will, There’s a Way

Charitable Gift Annuity – Guarantee a Gift for Life

Charitable Remainder Trust – Help Loved ones and the Church


Planned Giving Basics

I Don’t Have Enough Money To Make a Planned Gift

Fulfilling Your Wishes: End of Life Planning

Making a Planned Gift to Your Parish

Making the Best Gift for You Now and In the Future

St. Peter's Planned Giving Shepherds

Bryan Newton
Bryan Newton
Linda Hurley
Bill Wyatt
Bill Wyatt