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Biblical stewardship is an essential part of being a follower of Jesus Christ and an essential characteristic of a vital church. 

Suntree UMC is committed to providing a variety of experiences to help people discover, develop and use all their gifts (time, talent, gifts, service, and witness) to serve God and participate in the work of building God's Kingdom on earth as it is in heaven.
Your gift helps us live out our vision to serve the world.

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Church Parsonage Fundraiser

After more than 25 years, the time has come to replace the roof of our church parsonage, the home Suntree UMC owns for our clergy. Along with this roof work, we will also be installing new ductwork, ceilings, and new air conditioning units. This project will require us to pull around $50,000 from our reserves. If you would like to help us replenish these reserves to keep our buildings safe and comfortable for years to come, please use the button below to make a tax-deductible gift.

Make a Gift to Support our Parsonage and Buildings

Permanent Endowment Fund

Investment of endowment funds yields income to help our ministries and missions for unbudgeted needs. Your contribution will provide a legacy so that future generations may carry on the ministries and mission of your choosing.

learn more about the Permanent Endowment Fund

Seminary Student Fund

Suntree UMC has a long history of developing future pastors and church leaders. Each year, we take a Sunday to acknowledge and support church members who are currently enrolled in seminary with scholarship support. We are proud to help our brothers and sisters answer the call to the vocation of ministry.

Contribute to the Seminary Student Fund

Enough Series

“And all ate and were filled. What was left over was gathered up, twelve baskets of broken pieces.” Luke 9:17

The above scripture is the concluding verse from Luke’s recounting of Jesus’ miracle of feeding five thousand men, (plus women and children) with five loaves of bread and two fish. It is a story that teaches us something about the power of God to multiply and make “enough” or even “more than enough” out of whatever gifts we offer to God in faithfulness and trust.