The United Methodist Church is a connectional church and, as United Methodists, we are connected in many ways. Because of our faithful commitment to connectional giving through Apportionments, we are not only connected in mission and ministry, we are connected to transform.

2017 Apportionments

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2016 Narrative Budget

2015 Apportionment Update 

 

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One Great Hour of Sharing is now UMCOR Sunday

Dear Colleagues in Ministry, UMCOR Sunday (formerly One Great Hour of Sharing) is apporaching quickly. To help spread the word, UMCGiving.org has created an excellent collection of information to help promote UMCOR Sunday, which occurs on March 26. To access posters, flyers, and social media images, you can visit We Give by clicking here. —- REMINDER:…

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Take your church to the community!

Dear Colleagues in Ministry, As we end the first month of 2017, it is important to celebrate a very successful 2016. Please take a moment and check your church in this month’s apportionment newsletter, which will be in your inbox on Friday 02/10. As we start a new year, I want to make sure the information…

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2016 Apportionment Wrap-up

The churches of the Northern Illinois Conference contributed a total of $6,066,296 in 2016 Apportionment giving, representing a 1.1% decrease over 2015. In addition, over $573,816.22 was given to second-mile, designated causes. Thanks to your generosity and careful stewardship of conference expenses we are able to pay 90% of our apportionment to the World Service Fund and…

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Year-end giving

Why I still support apportionments Rob Hamilton, Chair CCFA In the midst of the end of the year busyness and all the other work of Advent and Christmas prep, what has helped me, as a pastor, find the energy and motivation to encourage my congregation to fund our local congregation’s apportionments is rediscovering ‘why’ I…

 

Contact:

David Quinn, Apportionments Administrator 312-346-9766 ext. 741 .
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