Ways of Giving

Message from the Senior Pastor

Senior Pastor

We are richly blessed to worship in an inspiring sanctuary thanks to the faithful giving of people from previous generations. Their financial gifts created not only a holy space that draws attention to God encouraging our prayer and praise, but built a beacon of hope for the community of Wilmington at the corner of Rodney Street and Pennsylvania Avenue.

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As members of Westminster, we are the fortunate heirs of an exceptional church that has been bolstering peoples' faith and sharing God's love near and far for 125 years. God expects us to carry out essential ministries in our day as well as to insure a strong future for those who come after us. Making a Planned Gift to Westminster is a powerful way to express your gratitude to God for the blessings of your life, to say thanks to those who bequeathed us fabulous factilities and a remarkable legacy, and to lay a firm foundation for a dynamic future.

Through the ministry and mission of Westminster, God is constantly transforming people's lives. You can help this to continue for many years beyond your lifetime by making a Planned Gift. Camilla and I have designated Westminster in our will because we want the ministry of this Church to continue well after our time on earth has ended. I urge you also to make a tangible statement of your faith by including Westminster in your estate plans.

Love and peace,

Greg Jones

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God calls us to make wise and faithful choices about the use and disposition of our property. By planning our future gifts now, we are graciously responding to the blessings in our lives, reflecting our faith that we will continue to recognize God's generosity. Planned gifts create a vision of abundance for the church of the future, empowering its mission to continue long after we are gone.


Planned giving enables you to make a meaningful gift while potentially enhancing your and your family's future financial well-being. It takes into account the many factors of estate planning including:

  • people - loved ones and your church family
  • assets - cash, investments, real property....
  • estate and tax reduction plans