the message of John 3:16 is that love gives.
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The Importance of Your Support

As we reflect on the past year, we are grateful for all that we have accomplished at The Episcopal Church of St. Mary Magdalene & St. Martin. With the help and participation of our parishioners, we have been the light of Christ for many in our local community. Our church has reached out beyond our walls and fed the homeless, supported at-risk youth, helped families in need, assisted immigrants, helped medically fragile kids to be able to thrive, spiritually supported residents in memory care, started a new laundry ministry to support the dignity of people, and so much more! In addition, we have offered meaningful worship and educational  and musical opportunities to grow in faith, provide education so that we can approach our civic duties mindful of our Christian lives, and celebrate God through the arts. Once again, our community of faith is responding to our calling as Christians by offering grants to other non-profits that support northern Broward County. It is clear the Holy Spirit is alive and active, blowing through our community and touching the lives of many people.

While these examples are visible signs of God’s presence among us, it is essential to remember that they are made possible only through the financial support of people like you, our friends, and members of our community of faith.

Giving money to the church is a spiritual practice. The connection between money and spiritual work, though, can be confusing and even hurtful. Society has so many mixed messages about why we should give, how much, and what the money is for. For Christians, the decision to give is not primarily financial in nature. It’s rooted in 1) the nature of God and 2) our relationship with God.

John 3:16 tells us that “God so loved the world that He gave …” This declaration isn’t simply an evangelical promotional slogan or an effective witnessing tool. It’s a revelation of the heart of God and a summation of the meaning of the Christian life. If there’s one thing the New Testament teaches us, it’s that God is love and that those of us who claim to believe in God ought to love one another as God has loved us (1 John 4:8, 11). And the message of John 3:16 is that love gives.

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God is the Owner of everything that exists. Ultimately, it all belongs to Him. “The earth is the Lord’s, and all that is in it,” writes the psalmist, “the world and those who live in it” (Psalm 24:1). If God owns everything, it should be obvious that God alone has the prerogative to determine how it should be distributed and used. And if God's purposes can be summed up in the single word “love,” we can safely assume that God intends wealth to be applied to the task of blessing other people. Our role is to act as faithful stewards of the abundance God has poured out upon us by giving in accord with God's will.

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Mail checks to:

The Episcopal Church of St. Mary Magdalene & St. Martin

P.O. Box 771145

Coral Springs, FL  33077-1145

Using the Zelle App on you mobile device or through your bank send to 

Simply send a text message to 73256. The message should read StMandM followed by the amount.


The Vine

planned and legacy giving

The hope for every generation is to make life better for those who follow. For more than 50 years, St. MM&M's has provided spiritual sustenance to its members and the surrounding community, through worship and prayer, Holy Baptism, marriage, burial, pastoral care, Christian education for all ages, fellowship, and outreach to the poor and marginalized in Broward County and throughout the world. Since our founding our reach has grown wider and its impact has grown deeper. The world is hungry for what The Episcopal Church of St. Mary Magdalene and St. Martin offers, and we must do all we can to ensure that it continues to serve as a beacon for generations to come. St. MM&M's —its clergy, its people, its ministries—has been here for us in times of joy and sorrow. What better way to express our gratitude than to leave a legacy of support for this very special church and its continuing ministry?

There are many ways to do this, from bequests to trusts to life insurance, and members of The VIne are happy to discuss these options in light of your individual goals and circumstances. Planned giving can be an option regardless of means or age.

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