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Almighty God, whose loving hand has given us all that we possess: Grant us grace that we may honor you with our substance, and, remembering the account which we must one day give, may be faithful stewards of your bounty, through Jesus Christ our lord. AMEN

Collect for the Right Use of God’s Gifts, Book of Common Prayer

St. Thomas of Canterbury Episcopal Church is a Section 501(c)(3) charitable organization and as such your tithes and offerings are tax deductible. Parish income goes to support not only administration and programs within the church community, but also outwardly to the Diocese of the Rio Grande and numerous charitable causes as elected by the vestry and congregation. Financial resources are carefully managed and disbursed based on annual budgeting which is oriented around parish priorities and commitments. We invite you to contribute financially and you may do so by the following means:

By check
Make checks out to St. Thomas of Canterbury and note any specific intentions.

Mail to:
St. Thomas of Canterbury Episcopal Church
425 University Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106

2) Online using Paypal
Just click the yellow “Donate” button, below.

3) Automatic Payment

Check with your bank to set up a recurring donation directly from your bank account.

4) Contact us to include Canterbury in your estate planning!

According to the Book of Common Prayer (p. 445),

…the Minister of the Congregation is directed to instruct the people, from time to time, about the duty of Christian parents to make prudent provision for the well-being of their families, and of all persons to make wills, while they are in health, arranging for the disposal of their temporal goods, not neglecting, if they are able, to leave bequests for religious and charitable uses.

Our parish budget is 95% based on parishioner commitments. If you feel called to make a regular monthly gift or financial pledge to the work of the church, please fill out a Pledge Card and return it to us. Please contact us for details. Learn more about how we approach the notion of Stewardship as a community of faith.