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There’s no better investment than one made in your local parish,
where people meet Jesus and lives are changed. 
Stewardship is faith-based giving.


Based on the spiritual principles of the Old Testament and the teachings of Jesus, stewardship is a way of life — recognizing that all that we have and all that we are, are gifts from God. Through stewardship, we give back to our parish community and say to those in need among us: you are brother and sister to us; you matter and we care. Both givers’ and receivers’ lives are changed through stewardship.

May our lives reflect the generosity and love of our Lord, Jesus Christ.

Here are the ways you can give during the Covid-19 Pandemic
     1.  Drop off donations at the church Tuesday-Fridany between 10 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.   Please do not forget to wear a mask.
 
     2.  Mail donations to:
         
          ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST
          P.O. BOX 336
          GIRARD, PA  16417

     3.  Sign up for a one time online donation through the Diocese of Erie website:  Click here to go to Diocese of Erie -- Parish Offertory Support Fund

     4.  Sign up for regular E-giving through Vanco.  To start the process please download, print, and complete this  E-Giving Authorization Form
          You may return the form to the office by dropping it off or mailing it.  We must have the original signed copy on file in the office. 
          Please email Kallie at stjohnolin@gmail.com with any questions.

THANK YOU!


Remember your parish in your will: To include St. John the Evangelist Parish in your will, please use our legal name.

Legal Name: St. John the Evangelist Parish Charitable Trust
Address:101 Olin Avenue, Girard PA 16417


The fight against financial fraud: 
In this age when personal data can be misused by scam artists, please be aware that the Roman Catholic Diocese of Erie, clergy, and entities such as parishes and schools will never solicit your personal or business information by any method unless initiated by you. Should you receive an unsolicited request for such information, exercise extreme caution. Contact the person or entity by using official contact information only. Do not use contact information provided in the potential fraudulent request.