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March 25, 2020

Dear St. Andrew’s Family,

A number of you have contacted me asking the best way to send financial support (donations, pledge payments) to the parish during this time of alternative church and social distancing.  I am grateful for those who asked this question, and I wish to share the following information with each of you.

There are two online portals for giving to St. Andrew’s. 

One has been set up by our diocese.  All funds given by this portal will be sent directly to St. Andrew’s by the Diocesan Treasurer.  Once you access the webpage, scroll down to until you see “York – St. Andrew’s”.  Click the box and fill in the requested information.  If you have been assigned a St. Andrew’s pledge envelope number, please include this in the “Special Instructions or Comments” box.  This number will be found on your weekly giving envelopes.  If you do not use pledge envelopes and don’t have a number, no worries.  Just leave that out of the of “Special Instructions or Comments” box.  This is the easiest online method.

Here’s the link:  https://diocesecpa.org/stewardship/


We also have an online giving portal on our website.  There are a few more steps to using this if you are not already signed up.

Here’s the link: http://standrewsyork.org/index.php/worship/e-giving


Of the two, the most straight-forward at the moment is the diocesan link unless you are already registered with the e-giving program through our website.  Either will work.


Of course, you can mail a check to St. Andrew’s.  We are checking the mail regularly even though our office hours are a bit more fluid at the moment.  Please make your checks out as you usually do and mail to St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 1502 Fourth Ave., York, PA 17403.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Susan Reardon, our Financial Secretary,
(717) 495-0178.

 

Faithfully,

The Reverend Grant Ambrose
10th Rector