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Blue Boxes are used to collect the daily offerings given in response to good things that happened through out the day. This version is a new design celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the United Thank Offering.Sold in packs of 25
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Blue Boxes are used to collect the daily offerings given in response to the good things that happened through the day. This version is based on the 1928 Blue Box (we just updated the address of where to send the funds once collected) and if a limited edition in honor of the 125th Anniversary. 1928 was the first year the boxes were mass-produced. Sold in packs of 25
Envelopes can be used for donations given on Ingathering Sundays or some congregations use them so that people can empty their boxes prior to the Ingathering and just place a check in the envelope for the amount that was in the box so that the boxes can be re-usedSold in packs of 100, please order accordingly
If you are starting the United Thank Offering for the first time in your parish or want to help introduce newcomers to this wonderful spiritual discipline this brochure (which is also available as a video on www.episcopalchurch.org/uto) is a wonderful guide to introduce individuals to how the practice works and how to participate.
For people who want to know more about the United Thank Offering this wonderful guide tells the story of how the ministry developed over the past 125 years and gives an overview by decade of the types of ministries funded each decade. The brochure features wonderful photos of grant sties as well as historical images from the United Thank Offering’s past.
This full color brochure gives an overview of the 2015 grant process as well as a short description of all of the awarded grants for 2015 including the 125th Anniversary Young Adult Grant Awards. This is a wonderful way to share with your congregation where their donations when this past year. There is a video to accompany the grant lists this year, it features a two-time grant recipient in the Diocese of Louisiana and is available at www.episcopalchurch.org/uto.