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Green Envelope Year-End Giving


 
Dear Friends,
 

It’s hard to do good… but the good is so worth doing! It’s impossible to sum up 11 months in one phrase, but I think that would be a fitting one. In 2018, NEC has had the privilege to help keep people from homelessness, help couples fight for their marriages, help parents love and support their kids, help people disconnected from God find faith. None of it has been easy but the good has been so worth doing.


Every year-end, NEC funds 25-30% of its annual budget in the last 6 weeks of the year. This is where we need your help! Join us in the hard work of doing good by helping us reach our budget goal of $240,000. That’s a lot of hard work but the cause can’t be beat. Will you join us?

 

Thank you in advance,

Pastor Mike


How can I give to NEC?

Text Giving: text amount to 508-219-6366.  One time sign-up.

By Check: Make your check payable to "New England Chapel" and mail it to NEC, 40 Kenwood Circle, Ste 2, Franklin, MA 02038.

E-Giving Options: 

  • Electronic Bank Transfer - Monthly Recurring or One Time Financial Gift. 
  • Debit and Credit Card - Monthly Recurring or One Time Financial Gift - The transaction date is "real time" based on the givers entry date.

Thank you for your gift to NEC! 


If you need more information,
please contact

Jen Mayer, Finance Administrator
jmayer@newenglandchapel.org

Online Giving
 
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A Place for the Tony & Kims

This year, to help our congregation realize the impact NEC has locally and around the globe, we've put together three 2-minute videos. Each video highlights a different segment of the work that we collectively do here at NEC. Our first video spotlights our mission of creating a place for people who have given up pn church but not on God. Thank you for being a part of NEC!

Check out Tony and Kim's stories here: