Your extravgant generosity is able to help power the vision, mission and outreach ministries of Christian Fellowship for countless future generations. By creating a legacy or life income gift you can ensure and sustain the ministry of Jesus Christ through this congregation for years to come. We beleive that a Legacy Giving, isn’t simply stewardship or an obligation of Christian discipleship but is a profound act of worship in direct response to experience of God’s amazing love and grace.
Ways to Make Legacy Gifts
Your Will or Living Trust:
You can leave to Christian Fellowship a specific dollar amount, a particular asset or a percentage of assests in your estate or trust.
Your Retirement Plans:
You can name Christian Fellowship a beneficiary of your IRA, 401(K) or other qualified retirement plan. (This is very simple to do using the beneficiary designation supplied by your plan trustee.)
You can name Christian Fellowship a beneficiary of a life insurance policy. (This is also simple to do, using the beneficiary designation form supplied by your plans trustee.) Your beneficiary designation form can be changed at any time.
Bank or Brokerage Accounts:
You can title (or re-title) a bank account as POD (payable on death) to Christian Fellowship. An you can title (or re-title) a brokage account or stock certificate as TOD (transfer on death) to Christian Fellowship. Your bank or broker will provide simple paperwork to complete.
Life Income Gifts
These enable members and/or provide enhanced income to others while supporting the ministries and outreach of Christian Fellowship. These gifts also provide significant income tax and capital gains tax savings.
Charitable Gift Annunity:
You will receive a set dollar amount each year in exchagne for a gift of cash or marketable securities to the church. Your annunity payments can begin immediately or be deferred until a future date, increasing your annuity rate.
Chartiable Remainder Trust:
Your payout will depend on the type of charitable remainder trust you create and the percentage you choose. Since appreciated assets that your donate to your trust can be sold without immediate capital gains tax, chartiable remainder trusts are a great way to convert appreciated securities, unencumbered real estate, or valuabe collectibles into an income stream for life or a term of years.