Be a Steward of the Word - Sharing our Treasure
“Be cheerful with every gift you make, and when you pay your tithes, do it gladly.” Sirach 35:9
Tithing is an expression of God’s priority in our lives. All that we have is a gift from Him, and we are called to return a portion of our resources to support His work. Sharing of your “treasure” should be intentional, planned and proportionate, and made after prayerful consideration and reflection. Making a financial commitment to the Church will ensure the future of God’s Church and Divine Child’s ability to bring more people to the Lord. Thank you in advance for supporting our parish.
We encourage you to use our online giving platform, Faith Direct, or parish offertory envelopes to share your weekly offerings, rather than loose cash. Doing so is a helpful reminder of our stewardship commitments, encourages consistency in giving, and allows the parish to keep an accounting of contributions for tax and other purposes.
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LEGACY GIFTS | Become a part of Divine Child history!
Divine Child is now offering a unique opportunity for Falcons to make their mark on DC. Now is your chance to have a brick paver engraved and placed in the Divine Child Alumni Athletic Complex, memorialize your legacy in the newly refurbished auditorium or honor the memory of your loved ones on the Wayne Doran Memorial Wall. Click the order forms below to purchase yours today. Proceeds benefit Divine Child Catholic Schools.
Contact the Advancement Team
The Divine Child Advancement Office is the center of an organization-wide effort to strengthen and promote the mission, programs and services of Church of the Divine Child, Divine Child High School and Divine Child Elementary School. Divine Child has been blessed with the generosity of our parishioners, alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and friends.
Divine Child is a tax-exempt organization under IRC 501(c)(3). Gifts to Divine Child High School are deductible as charitable contributions for federal income, estate, and gift tax purposes to the fullest extent of the law.