Your annual tithing pledge to Christ the King Cathedral is crucial. It allows the Finance Council to accurately budget the needed funds to support the parish programs and ministries for the upcoming fiscal year. So if you haven’t already turned in a Stewardship Commitment of Treasure for 2014-15, please do so at your earliest convenience.
The easiest way to contribute to the parish is by ACH. This allows you to make regular donations from your checking or savings account. The form to set up automatic payments is under documents on this page. Remember to include a voided check to start or change bank accounts. You can choose to have your ACH done weekly on each Tuesday; semi-monthly on the 1st and 15th; or just once a month, on either the 1st or the 15th. Donations can be designated for tithing, PrAY IT OFF Debt Reduction, Black Bag (Second) Collections of support for Christ the King Cathedral School.
Envelopes give you a way to regularly contribute to several causes in addition to tithing. Please contact 792-6168 to begin receiving envelopes.
We gladly accept cash donations, however, if you want us to record your contribution and include it on your end-of-year statement for income tax purposes, we can only do so if you use envelopes or contribute by check.
If you do not sign up for ACH, you can still enjoy the ease of automated payments. Many banks allow you to make one-time or multiple payments online. Use your bank’s web site and follow their instructions. Remember, your payment should tell us what it is for: tithe, building fund, etc.
You may make secure online donations to CTKC by using your PayPal account. Please indicate how you wish for your contribution to be designated. Access PayPal using this button:
You may make provisions for Christ the King Cathedral in your will, by naming the Cathedral the beneficiary of a life insurance policy, through a gift of stock or other assets, and many other types of planned gifts, such as charitable annuities. Please contact Beverly Wink, Director of Development at 792-6168, Ext. 230 for additional information.