FCCO Launches the 2015 Stewardship Campaign

Supporting the mission of FCCO supports the following ministries: Worship & Music, Caring & Hospitality, Education and Spiritual Development, and Christian Action and Outreach. Pledges put words into action. If you have not yet turned in your pledge card, you can turn it in or mail it to the church office this week.

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Orange County says, “Thanks to FCCO” for continued support…


Hear Martha Causey talk about the Women’s Quadrennial and Join her in supporting Women’s Programs at FCCO.


Hear why Cindy Hendershot is making her pledge to FCCO:


This is the final week to turn in pledge cards. As you heard Greg Tabor share during this Sunday’s service, none of us can pay our bills each month if we don’t know how much money we’ll have! That’s why turning in pledge cards is so important. The church needs pledges in order to plan for the year ahead.

To see a video about why pledges are important to our Music Program:

You can submit your pledge card by mail or bring it to the church office, or turn it in next Sunday during the offering.

Thank you for your prayerful consideration and commitments.


Our church mission of ”Education and Spiritual Development” is so important that it receives 22% of our annual church budget. Your gifts support Worship and Wonder, children ranging in age from four to ten, both junior high and high school ages, and adults programs for all ages. Did you know that when you support our youth, you also support their summer experiences at Loch Leven and work tours?

To see how your contributions are used to support our youth programs:

Don’t forget to turn in your pledge card at the church office or during the offering on Sunday.



For 60 years, Joyce Miller has supported FCCO Stewardship Campaigns. She turns in her pledge card early. Find out why:



“Stewardship Campaign Week Two. This week we feature Habitat for Humanity of Orange County as one of our long-time “Community Outreach” projects. Your support makes a difference in the lives of the families served by Habitat for Humanity of Orange County.


With the help of David Ruby, the Professor and Monkey, FCCO launched its Stewardship Campaign, “Boldly Go,” during church service on Sunday, October 5.

The above video about Skyview, a Project Hope school gives an example how resources are used to support Community Outreach.

If you did not receive a Stewardship Campaign packet, you can pick one up next Sunday. They can be found in the pews and in the narthex.

We thank you in advance for your prayerful and personal consideration of your pledge for 2015.

The Stewardship Committee