The St. Peter's Perpetual Memorial is an endowment designed to give thanks to God for the people who have been important in our lives and faith journeys. Gifts may be made in honor of living loved ones or in memory of loved ones who have gone on. The honored persons' names will be published each year on All Souls' Day in a special booklet, showing how much has been given in their honor over time. The first annual St. Peter's Perpetual Memorial Booklet was published on All Souls' Day, November 2, 2012. It is available here as a .pdf, and also available in printed form at the church.
A minimum donation of $100 is sufficient to enroll someone in the memorial. However, that $100 need not be given by just one person, or at just one time. Once a particular enrollment has reached $100, there is no minimum for future donations to honor that person. To enroll your loved one, living or dead, fill out this enrollment form and either click "Submit" or print and mail or bring to church with your donation.
Donations to the Perpetual Memorial will never be spent; instead, the income they generate will be used in perpetuity to fund church projects, assuring that long after the donors have gone to heaven, their gifts will still be doing God's work here on earth. For more information, see the Perpetual Memorial Fact Sheet or contact Stewardship Chair Levi Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org.