Capital Campaign • Financial Report
Fr. Raj and Sacred Heart have released the latest Financial Report of the Capital Campaign, which includes the Completing the Mission Campaign. Please Click here to read and/or download this very important update.
My deepest gratitude to all who have pledged! If you haven’t yet had a chance to contribute, I hope you will now, since Sacred Heart has been reopened and you can see the inspiring result of all our prayers and hard work first hand. Please bring your filled-out pledge card to Mass at your earliest convenience and place it in an offering basket. Alternatively, kindly mail your card to the church office or drop it off. (Need a pledge card? You can get one from the church office, or click here to download and print your card and read instructions for online giving.)
Filling out the Pledge Card & Marking Your Donation:
Checks: If you are writing a check, please indicate on the memo line that it’s for the Completing the Mission Campaign. In order to ensure that your contribution gets credited to the Completing the Mission Campaign, please do not combine it with any other donations—such as tithing, weekly donations, HOPE, or the original Capital Campaign.
On-Line Giving: If you are donating online, please login as usual, select the new option for the Completing the Mission Campaign, and record your contribution or pledge there.
Donation envelope #: If you use pledge envelopes for your weekly donations, and you know your envelope number, it would help us if you could write it somewhere on the pledge card.
Please remember Sacred Heart Church and the Completing the Mission campaign in your daily prayers as we all consider how we can financially support this important endeavor.
What is the purpose of the Completing the Mission campaign? Here’s a two-minute video from Father Darrin to explain it:
You can also:
Click here for more info on Completing the Mission from Fr. Darrin.
Click here for Frequently Asked Questions about Completing the Mission.
Click here for construction updates.
Click here for info on the original Capital Campaign.