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tn Online Giving wide tWhat do you do with your tithe and offering if you happen to miss a Sabbath service?  Bring it the following week?  There aren’t any official studies to prove it, but many authors believe that you're likely to "forget" to make that contribution.  There are ways that you can avoid this happening to you, especially as we're in the middle of summer and people are enjoying vacations.

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tn TruthAboutMyTenth TWe KNOW you've always wondered what happens to your tithes and offerings after you "remit" them.  Don't pretend you haven't.  Many of you have probably had Sabbath lunch discussions talking about what should be done with the money, and what's probably happening with the money, etc.  Conspiracy theories abound!
Well - how would you like to know the truth?  On Sabbath afternoon, October 5 at 6:30 p.m., we'll have a candid discussion about our tithes and offerings and where they go once the deacons leave the sanctuary.  We'll have a highly qualified panel of guests who will be able to explain the entire process to you:
--Herman Bromfield, Treasurer - Metropolitan Seventh-day Adventist Church
--Rob Patterson, Asst. Treasurer - Allegheny East Conference
--Seth Bardu, Treasurer, Columbia Union Conference
--Marquis D. Johns, Associate Pastor - Metropolitan Seventh-day Adventist Church
You'll also have the opportunity to ask questions of the panel!  If you're a little shy, you can submit your questions anonymously online, and we'll ask them for you.  
If you've ever complained about how you think the church is spending the money, or if you don't know what happens to the money - here is your opportunity to find out The Truth About Your Tenth!   Remember - you can ask your questions privately here.
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