Love God. Love others. Even with our finances. Our giving represents an act of worship in which we thank God for our blessings and acknowledge that everything we have is a gift from God.
Money is a tool of a generous life; helping people grow closer to God and each other.
For the Christian, estate planning may be the most important act of stewardship he or she will ever undertake. All too often the traditional planning approach has been to find ways to pay taxes at the time of death often making the IRS the largest, single beneficiary. It is our desire to be a blessing to our donors by minimizing taxes, providing for families and retirement, and increasing charitable gifts. In short, we want to help you leave a legacy.
All donations made to Nardin Park United Methodist Church are held in the strictest confidence. Statements of Contributions are mailed in January (for the prior calendar year). Interim statements are mailed after three, six and nine months of activity in order to provide updates to individual donors.
Nardin Park is committed to honoring God by exercising wise and faithful stewardship, ethical business practices, and full accountability to ensure that the financial integrity of Nardin Park remains above reproach. We accomplish this through a system of internal controls and an internal budgeting and reporting process. In addition, an annual audit is performed.