2023 BUDGET PLAN
In 2022, the budget plan for First Presbyterian Church was $1,926,700, based on commitments made by FPC members for the 2022 campaign and other known income sources. The uses of these funds are represented the the data table and charts on this page. In addition to those funds, our church has additionally received a $90,548 distribution from the Gift Trust Fund (designated for external ministry missions outside our doors), and also $271,370 in designated gifts from members, memorials, and external sources through the end of August 2022, enabling the use of $2,288,618 for the Christian ministries of FPC.
The goal over the coming years is to continue to closely manage the facility and personnel costs, so that increases in giving may be used mostly to expand the Christian ministry of FPC, following the path outlined in FPC’s Vision 2035 study report.
If you have questions or would like to additional information, please contact Paul Phillips at email@example.com or 770-262-9501.
|MINISTRY AREA||OPERATING BUDGET||SALARY||TOTAL|
|Shared Admin Support||288,267.30||288,267.30|
Other ways to give
We welcome contributions on Sundays in worship, or at our finance office.
Mail your check to our finance office:
189 Church Street
Marietta, Georgia 30060
By automatic draft
To set up an automatic draft of your bank account, please contact Kelly Lee, Financial Associate, at (770) 427-0293 x224.
To donate securities to FPC Marietta, please contact Kelly Lee, Financial Associate, at (770) 427-0293 x224.
PCUSA Special Offerings
One Great Hour of Sharing
Serve the “least of these” among us by providing relief to those affected by catastrophic events, giving sustainable food resources to the hungry, and changing the structures that perpetuate poverty, oppression, and injustice.
Help the church encourage, develop, and support its younger members to build a life of faith with a foundation established during childhood.
Peace and Global Witness
Provides tools and resources for the Church as we join together as active peacemakers at all times in all ways, like the reconciliation work in South Sudan, international advocacy at the UN, or a peace camp for kids in New Jersey.
Respond to God’s perfect gift, Jesus Christ, by providing assistance to current and retired church workers in their time of need and developing future leaders at Presbyterian-related schools and colleges equipping communities of color.