Be a Unifier: Donate Now
You know that unity is God’s dream for the church. Now you can help make that unity more visible right here in our region, through your support of Christian Associates of Southwest Pennsylvania.
Christian Associates is making a real difference. We convene diverse believers to build relationships and work for the wholeness of our communities. There’s so much good work to be done, and we’re trusting you to make it possible.
With the help of donors like you, we are well on our way to securing a solid financial future for Christian Associates – but to ensure that our work can continue for many decades to come, we need your continued support. Please join us in our mission by giving generously to Christian Associates.
Click below to make an online donation via PayPal.
Your gifts make our ministries possible:
$25 prints two copies of a volume in The Word in Our Voices preaching series.
$60 provides a one-year subscription to The Call for 20 local clergy.
$130 keeps our Web site, www.casp.org, online for a full year.
$500 underwrites a “Faithful Responses” interfaith event.
You can also send a check, payable to Christian Associates of Southwest PA:
P.O. Box 5241
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
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Christian Associates recognizes its most generous individual and congregational donors with the John 17 Society. Members of the society, who give $250 or more annually to support our work, receive an invitation to an annual reception in honor of their generosity.
We also encourage donors to join the Circle of Unity, our group of donors who make a monthly online donation. For more information on the Circle of Unity, click here.
"Christian Associates is a unique institution in this country. For a long time, it has provided a platform for the public engagement of church bodies to address together the many needs of our society. I chose to join the John 17 Society because the unity of Christians is too important to lose momentum due to the dwindling resources of church bodies."
--Dr. Sheldon Sorge, member of the John 17 Society and General Minister of Pittsburgh Presbytery