Planned Giving and Trust Services
Helping You to Leave a Lasting Legacy
“I will cause your name to be remembered in
all generations; therefore nations will praise you forever and ever.” Psalm
generation, there have been individuals who were skilled at raising monuments
in honour of notable people, places and events.
Yet through the passage of time, memories fade and monuments corrode. If not carefully and intentionally preserved,
such tributes will eventually become forgotten.
Rather than building memorials that will only tarnish in time, let us
consider crafting a legacy that will have a lasting impact, an eternal impact.
Let us be intentional
in the legacy that we leave.
Have you thought
about these questions?
What would I like to
be remembered for?
What values do I hope
to pass on to future generations?
What will happen to my
children should something happen to me?
Who should receive my
possessions and how much should I give?
What ministries would
I like to continue to give to when I am no longer living?
If you haven’t thought about these questions, you’re not alone. Perhaps it’s time to find out the answers,
which will benefit not only you and your family but also future
generations. Our Planned Giving &
Trust Services Department can help you to get started with an estate plan.
What is Estate Planning?
Quite simply, estate planning is an
unselfish, compassionate act. Through this intentional deed of stewardship, you
express your faith and values in such a way that you are able to provide for
and protect those you love in the way you desire.
Estate planning also
lets you express generosity through charitable giving, which reveals your
commitment to being generous, just as God has been generous to you.
Put a Plan in Place Today
Life is uncertain. We don’t know
what tomorrow may bring, so we encourage you to plan ahead. To find out how
Planned Giving and Trust Services can help you to protect your family and
create a lasting legacy of generosity, contact us today.
*Our services are available to all those who
hold church membership in the Ontario Conference, so that they can learn to
manage the resources God has entrusted to them, effectively.