Escrip! Divine Savior is now enrolled in an online SCRIP program that allows you, our parishioners to make purchases and have a percentage come back to Divine Savior.
Simply log on to www.escript.com and follow the easy steps to register (make sure to select Divine Savior Catholic Church as your supported organization) your Safeway, Food 4 Less Grocery Card, and/or your Credit/Debit Card.
Donations Drive Our Success - and Every Bit Counts
Now You can Make a Secure Donation Online!
We would like to thank you for considering a donation to the Divine Savior Church. We deeply appreciate your support and are always happy to hear from you.
Did you miss Mass? Forget your checkbook? Want to make a donation? Click below to make a donation online right now. Its quick, easy and secure!
Here are all the categories you can designate with your Donation:
Sunday collections keep the parish operating. The greater portion is allocated to salaries, programs that help people grow in their faith, as well as the utilities and maintenance required for our buildings.
Building Fund: We have an outstanding balance on the loan taken out to complete our Multi-purpose Building; the amount of $1.35 million. Any donations to this fund go to decrease this debt and point us to the building of a spiritual growth center. For a donation of $1 million, the donor or donors get to name either the Multi-purpose Building or the yet to be constructed spiritual growth center.
Pastor’s Discretion: various needs become apparent from time to time. These funds provide the money needed to do projects that were not otherwise budgeted for.
Christmas- offertory collections received at Christmas Masses
Easter-offertory collections received at Easter Masses
Flowers-offertory collections received to create a spiritual, environment for Christmas and Easter
January-No Special Collections
February-Annual Catholic Appeal: 25% of total donations donated from Divine Savior returns to us. These funds are used to fund ministries and programs for people in need.
March-Catholic Relief Services: This collection makes possible the Catholic Church’s global mission to combat poverty, provide relief and development, assist refugees and immigrants, and advocate for justice and peace in situations of conflict and neglect.
April-Catholic Home Missions: Because of the shortage of priests, sisters and brothers, there are many places in the U.S. where the Church struggles to keep open. This appeal helps build community within the church and works for the common good of Catholics in the U.S.
May-Church in Latin America: Proceeds from this collection go directly to support the work of pastoral projects in Mexico, Central and South America and the Caribbean. It supports catechetical and lay programs.
June-Peter’s Pence- Supports the Holy Father’s mission in providing immediate emergency and disaster relief and emergency aid to our brothers and sisters suffering the effects of war, natural disaster or oppression.
July-No Special Collections
August- Catholic Communication Campaign: Donation helps fund the efforts of the Church to reach out to Catholic and others through print television, internet and radio. The funds raised benefit both our diocese and national programs.
September-Annual Diocesan Collection for Priest Retirement: This is our opportunity to take care of those who, within our own diocese, have spent their lives caring for us spiritually, and to thank them for their long and loving service.
October-World Mission Sunday: Organized by the Propagation of the Faith, this is a day set aside for Catholics worldwide to recommit themselves to the Church’s missionary activity through prayer and sacrifice.
November-Catholic Campaign for Human Development: In our own country, 37 Million struggle in poverty, many despite working full-time. Within our community of believers we do make a difference-when we support the work of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development.
December-Retirement Fund for the Religious: The appeal for the Retirement Fund for Religious ask us to recall those women and men religious whose ministry has nourished our own faith, served our Church, and strengthened our nation.