Robin Morjikian

What is Your Legacy?

Legacy giving is more than money. It’s a spiritual discipline prioritizing faithfulness over material things. Legacy gifts of any size combine to create a vision of abundance, ensuring the continued vitality of Calvary’s ministries and mission.

It is a great privilege to work with Calvary members and friends who would like to leave an estate gift to the church to help ensure that it thrives for future generations. By listening to and assisting members as they consider their life’s legacies, I am honored to witness the intersection of faithful generosity, wisdom, and great joy.

Please contact me with any questions about how Calvary stewards the gifts of its members, to consider how to make a legacy gift that fits your circumstances, and to think through how you would like it to be used. Please be sure to review any final plans with your financial or legal advisor. If you already have a gift in place, please let me know so that we may include you in the Calvary Legacy Giving Circle. Explore this website and watch the video below to hear more about legacy giving.

Thank you for expressing your gratitude to God in this meaningful way.
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