We all can make a plan
As you learn about your relationship with money, use the Giving Path tool to help you find where you are on your journey. Plan what part of your income to give using the Giving Path illustration.
The Financial Step Chart provides the giving patterns of our congregation. Understanding our giving as a church will help you determine where God may be leading you to share your resources. Learn who makes up Floris UMC’s General Giving Fund using the General Household Giving illustration.
Your Personal Plan can evolve over time, given changes in income and the desire to give. See suggested percentages of monthly giving based on annual income using the Personal Plan for Generosity.
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Saving Grace Money Management Class
Discover how you can create healthy relationships with money and possessions. Be a part of our seven-week financial life group.
Estimate of Giving
Your giving is a critical part of how we make a difference in our church, our community and our world.
You may change your estimate at any time by notifying the finance office.
October 8 | Remember | Luke 22:1-13, Exodus 16:1-18
We begin by looking back at our spoken and unspoken money stories. How have those stories impacted our practices of generosity? Remember God’s steadfast relationship with us throughout time and trials. Even in stories of desperation and deep betrayal, God’s provision and grace gift us.
October 15 | Release | Matthew 19:16-22, Deuteronomy 15:1-11
This week, we practice releasing shame, anxiety, guilt, greed or anything that keeps us from freedom and wholeness. We liberate the elements of our money story that prevent us from fully living into God’s story.
October 22 | Reimagine | Mark 12:38-44
God calls us to reimagine a world where our social and economic systems do not disparage or impoverish but provide for and benefit everyone. This week, we revisit a scripture that begs for reinterpretation from the harmful ways it has been used. Considering that story, we are called to reimagine our money stories.
October 29 | Restore | John 21:1-14
We have explored remembering, releasing and reimagining. We conclude by focusing on restoration. Ultimately, practicing faithful stewardship heals us as individuals and helps us restore relationships with one another.