CTC Churches Total Giving Exceeded $11.5 Million in 2011

February 16, 2012

 
A GREAT BIG THANKS to the churches of our Central Texas Conference for their fine support of the mission partnership of the United Methodist Church through the Connectional Mission Giving (CMG) program in 2011. The percentage of giving for 2011 increased to 93.41 percent, a slight increase from our 2010 giving. This is a magnificent indication of the faithfulness of Central Texas United Methodists and the strength, vitality and pride of the churches of the Central Texas Conference!
 
The local churches contributed a total of $10,630,637 for CMG and the total giving for all askings, fair share goals, Advance Specials and other giving was $11,574,510. A total of 262 of our 300 CMG Conference churches paid 100 percent of their share amounts in full. And, as has been the case for 10 of the last13 years, we were able to use some of our unexpended unrestricted operation funds and paid 100 percent of our General Church (CMG) Apportionments after not being able to in 2010. Special commendation goes to the South District for leading the way with 100 percent payout from their district churches followed by the West District (97.98 percent), North District (94.70 percent), Central District (90.21 percent) and East District (90.19 percent). We are especially aware that several pastors and churches truly went the extra mile to achieve these results and we are deeply grateful to all who made extraordinary efforts.
 
In addition, a very heartfelt thank you goes to the 44 churches that were able to go above and beyond their CMG target in sacrificial second-mile giving on behalf of the 38 churches that were unable to complete their payout this year for various reasons.
 
You have all demonstrated faithfulness in your support of the work of the Lord in and through The United Methodist Church with your financial gifts as well as your gifts of prayers, presence, service and witness.
 
May the Lord our God receive all the glory in this time of celebration.
 
Below is the list of those churches by district able to pay 100 percent. We certainly thank every church for their hard work toward our conference goal of every church paying in full so that we will be able to make even more disciples for Jesus Christ to transform the world. For a complete list of each church and the percentage of Connectional Mission Giving they were able to pay in 2010 and 2011, see the Connectional Mission Giving page under the Finance portion of the conference web site.
 
South District
MOODY LEON
MOODY
BELTON MOUNT ZION
HUTTO DISCOVERY
BELTON FIRST
TEMPLE ST JAMES
BARTLETT
KELL'S BRANCH
BRUCEVILLE-EDDY
CEDAR PARK GOOD NEWS
COPPERAS COVE GRACE
EVANT
PURMELA
FLORENCE
JARRELL
GATESVILLE
GEORGETOWN FIRST
GEORGETOWN ST JOHN
GEORGETOWN ST PAUL
GEORGETOWN WELLSPRING
GRANGER
HARKER HEIGHTS
JONESBORO
TEMPLE BETHEL
LANHAM
KILLEEN FIRST
KILLEEN ST ANDREW
KILLEEN ST LUKE
LITTLE RIVER
MOOREVILLE
NOLANVILLE
PIDCOKE
ROGERS FUMC
ROSEBUD
ROUND ROCK FIRST
ROUND ROCK ST PHILIP
SALADO
TAYLOR FIRST
TAYLOR TENTH STREET
THRALL
TEMPLE FIRST
LAKEWOOD FOUNDATION
TEMPLE OAK PARK
TEMPLE ST PAUL
HOLLAND UMC
TROY
OGLESBY
MOSHEIM
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
West District
COLEMAN TRINITY
GORDON
EARLY UMC
GRAFORD
JEAN
SANTO
MULLIN
BLANKET UMC
BRECKENRIDGE ST PAUL
SANTA ANNA
CRANFILLS GAP
EASTLAND
STEPHENVILLE FIRST
BROWNWOOD CENTRAL UMC
BANGS UMC
COLEMAN FIRST UMC
LAMKIN
MINERAL WELLS CENTRAL
BALLINGER UMC
WINTERS
BLUFF DALE
MORGAN MILL
EOLIAN
BROWNWOOD EMANUEL CHAPEL
BROWNWOOD FIRST UMC
CISCO FIRST
NOVICE
GOULDBUSK
COMANCHE FIRST
GUSTINE
CROSS PLAINS
DE LEON
MORTON CHAPEL
DUBLIN FIRST
GREEN'S CREEK
ZEPHYR
GORMAN
DUBLIN LAUREL STREET
HAMILTON
HICO
IREDELL
LAKE BROWNWOOD UMC
MAY
RISING STAR
RANGER
HANNIBAL
TRICKHAM UMC
VALERA UMC
STEPHENVILLE OAKDALE
CEDAR SPRINGS
GRAHAM FIRST
MURRAY
TONK VALLEY
MINERAL WELLS FIRST
NEWCASTLE
OLNEY
PALO PINTO
STRAWN
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  North District
WATTS CHAPEL
KOPPERL
TEMPLE HALL
SPRINGTOWN
AZLE FIRST
BURLESON FIRST
DIDO
FT WORTH ALLIANCE
FT WORTH BENBROOK
FT WORTH BETHEL
FT WORTH WESLEY
FT WORTH CHRIST
FT WORTH FIRST
FT WORTH GENESIS
FT WORTH GRACE
AZLE EAGLE MOUNTAIN
FT WORTH LIGHTHOUSE FELLOWSHIP
FT WORTH RIDGLEA
FT WORTH SAGINAW
FT WORTH THOMPSON CHAPEL
FT WORTH WESTERN HILLS
JOSHUA
FT WORTH ASBURY
CAHILL
GRANDVIEW
ACTON
ALEDO
WEATHERFORD BETHEL
BETHESDA
BROCK
CLEBURNE FIRST
CLEBURNE ST MARK
CLEBURNE WESLEY MEMORIAL
CRESSON
GLEN ROSE
GODLEY
GRANBURY
HOLDERS CHAPEL
RIO VISTA
MILLSAP
POOLVILLE
TOLAR
WAPLES
MEMORIAL WALNUT SPRINGS
ANNETTA
WEATHERFORD COUTS MEMORIAL
WEATHERFORD FIRST
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Central District
FROST
THORNTON
PERRY
KIRVIN
NEW BEGINNINGS
MEIER SETTLEMENT
PELHAM WESLEY CHAPEL
WACO LAKE SHORE
ITASCA
HEWITT
BOSQUEVILLE
CHINA SPRING
CLIFTON UMC
COOLIDGE
CRAWFORD
WACO ELM MOTT
RIESEL
GROESBECK DENNIS CHAPEL
GROESBECK FIRST
HUBBARD FIRST
MOUNT CALM
LEBANON
LEROY
MART FIRST
MERIDIAN
MEXIA FIRST
MEXIA ST LUKE
MEXIA UNION MEMORIAL
VALLEY MILLS FIRST
CAYOTE
WACO AUSTIN AVENUE
WACO COGDELL MEMORIAL
WACO FIRST
WACO KOREAN
WACO LAKEVIEW
WACO MOUNT ZION
CRAWFORD PERRY CHAPEL
WACO ROBINSON DRIVE
WACO SPARKS MEMORIAL
WOODWAY
WEST
GHOLSON WESLEY CHAPEL
WHITNEY KING MEMORIAL
WORTHAM
BLOOMING GROVE
DRESDEN
CORSICANA FIRST
CORSICANA ST ANDREW
CORSICANA ST LUKE
CORSICANA WESLEY
CHATFIELD
DAWSON
TEHUACANA
EMHOUSE
EUREKA
BARRY
HILLSBORO FIRST
HILLSBORO LINE STREET
COVINGTON
BLUM
KERENS
PLEASANT GROVE
LAKESIDE
BRUSHIE PRAIRIE SAINTS'DELIGHT
RICHLAND
East District
MAYPEARL
WAXAHACHIE BETHEL
FT WORTH RICHLAND HILLS
HURST ST PAUL
ARLINGTON ST BARNABAS
SOUTHLAKE WHITE'S CHAPEL
ARLINGTON ST JOHN THE APOSTLE
FT WORTH FOREST HILL
FT WORTH MORNINGSIDE
KENNEDALE
ARLINGTON ALDERSGATE
ARLINGTON COVENANT
ARLINGTON EPWORTH
ARLINGTON FIRST
ARLINGTON NEW WORLD
ARLINGTON ST STEPHEN
ARLINGTON TRINITY
COLLEYVILLE
EULESS FIRST
EULESS TONGAN FIRST
FT WORTH DAVIS MEMORIAL
FT WORTH HANDLEY
FT WORTH POLYTECHNIC
FT WORTH ST ANDREW
FT WORTH ST LUKE
FT WORTH ST MATTHEW
SMITHFIELD
GRAPEVINE FIRST
HURST FIRST
KELLER
WATAUGA
ALVARADO
BARDWELL
ENNIS TRINITY
BRISTOL
COMMUNITY OF HOPE
MANSFIELD
BRITTON
OVILLA
PALMER
SARDIS
WAXAHACHIE FERRIS HEIGHTS
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
*Randy is the executive director of the Center for Mission support, the CTC Secretary & Benefits Officer and a regular contributor to ctcumc.org.