Uniting In Faith
As we approach this week’s Commitment Sunday (November 13, 2016) at Ladue Chapel, I encourage you to follow the links below to view three new videos of members sharing what Ladue Chapel and Uniting in Faith means to them. These short videos tell real stories about why it is so important to make your 2017 pledge of financial support on Commitment Sunday. Please take a few minutes to watch the videos below and see why people are talking about their compelling stories and making early pledges online.
Pledge cards were mailed to you last week to complete and bring to church this Sunday to make your pledge in person. Use the green card if you have already pledged online, and use the white card if you will be pledging on Sunday. You may also mail in the white pledge card if you prefer. Whatever method you choose, the Stewardship Committee asks you to prayerfully consider making a five percent increase in your pledge as all members of the Session have already done.
At a time when political rhetoric has created a sometimes heated atmosphere of national and local turmoil, Ladue Chapel remains a beacon of unity and a bastion for respecting and honoring all people, no matter their views. As I watch our video series, I am extremely thankful for being part of a place where Uniting in Faith brings us closer to the body of Christ and to one another.
I look forward to seeing you this Sunday!
Craig R. Workman
Chairman, 2017 Pledge Drive