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Financial Stewardship

Thank you for supporting the Church of St. Michael with your online contribution! We greatly appreciate the generous support of parishioners sharing their time, talent, and treasure to carry out the mission of the Church. Use the links above for online giving via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) from your checking account, savings account, or personal credit card.


New to Online Giving?

When giving online for the first time, please note the “Create Profile” button after clicking the "Online Giving" button above. After setting up a profile, you can view your electronic giving history and manage your giving. Please contact Mrs. Liz Junker at 651-439-4400 (Ext. 277) with questions.


Online Giving and Electronic Funds Transfer

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) is an easy, automatic way to make contributions to your parish family, allowing us to continue carrying out God’s work in our community. The program is available to all parishioners for weekly giving, pledge payments to St. Michael’s Building Fund and the Catholic Worker Houses, or one-time gifts and payments.


Benefits to You

  • Satisfaction of giving to God first.
  • Simplified household budgeting.
  • Streamlined tax statement preparation and reporting.


Benefits to St. Michael’s

  • Improved cash management.
  • Predictable income flow assisting with strategic planning.
  • Less volunteer and staff labor required for collection processes.


Offertory Envelopes

While many parishioners have switched to EFT, others prefer using weekly envelopes. We are happy to offer weekly envelopes to our parishioners, if requested, and kindly ask that you notify us when they are no longer needed. Please contact Mrs. Liz Junker at 651-439-4400 (Ext. 277) to update your offertory envelope information.


Planned Gifts

Did You Know?

  • You can receive income for life in exchange for a gift.
  • Giving appreciated property (like stocks or real estate) costs less than giving the equivalent amount in cash.
  • Some assets can benefit you more if you give them away.
  • Some gifts cost nothing now but leave a legacy later.
  • Some gifts allow you to pass more on to your heirs and save on your taxes.


Planned gifts can benefit your parish while helping save on your taxes, increase your income, and pass more on to your heirs. Contact your tax advisor or estate planner today to help you determine which plan would best meet your needs and desires.


Personal Stewardship

Your pledge of time and talent to our parish family is as important as your financial pledge. Volunteers are an integral part of our liturgies, pastoral outreach, youth ministries, and faith-building efforts. They help us carry out and live our Faith by building up the Body of Christ. We hope more people will come to experience the joy of sharing their time and talents. Please contact the Parish Office at 651-439-4400 to request a Welcome Guide and learn more about volunteer opportunities in our parishes!