We are blessed to be celebrating almost 75 years of worship and service in the Kingsway. Our beautiful church building is home to a flourishing community of engaged disciples, working together to live out and share the love of Christ in the world.
Our community and space are able to continue to thrive because of the contributions of time, talent, and treasure of our members. We are grateful for all that is provided to us.
As we look forward through this year and beyond – to our next 75 years together – we want to continue the work of our church, to maintain our building as a space of belonging and spiritual growth, and to flourish as a place where the transformative power of the gospel of Jesus Christ is felt, witnessed, and known.
We will continue to make a difference with your help.
If you currently contribute financially to All Saints Kingsway, we are grateful for your generosity. If you have not contributed in the recent past, we urge you to prayerfully consider whether you are in a position to help us continue our mission.
Please read our narrative budget to learn more about the ways we spend our finances, time, and talents at ASK, as well as the letter from our Wardens and Father Patrick, telling you all about how we’re growing, and explaining the growing financial needs that accompany our growth in programming and service.
We then invite you to prayerfully consider what you might be able to give financially in the next year. If you do plan to offer a financial gift to our services next year, we ask you to complete an intention card, letting us know what you will give. This will allow us to plan and spend responsibly.
Hear Father Patrick’s sermon on Joyful Giving here.
There are several ways to support ASK financially. Here are the three most common:
There are several ways to continue supporting the ministries of All Saints Kingsway through prayerful estate planning. Please see our legacy giving brochure for more information about how to name All Saints Kingsway as a beneficiary in your will.
Listen to Michael Cassabon’s sermon “How we are Called“, about how making prayerful giving decisions in your will is an act of discipleship.
All giving information is entirely confidential. If you have a question about your financial contribution, please contact the Contributions Secretary: