We know that in addition to the regular Eucharistic offerings you make at your local parish, from time to time you wish to make offerings to support the mission and ministry of the diocese. We thank God for your generosity.
Easy and simple for you, electronic giving allows your contributions to be transferred electronically from your credit card directly to the Diocese of Western Massachusetts. When making your donation here, you can note if your gift is in thanksgiving for something or in memory of someone, so it may be properly acknowledged if you wish. If you have questions, please contact us.
Consider these giving opportunities
2020 Convention Offering
The Episcopal Diocese of
Consider an unrestricted gift that will be used
for what is most needed in our diocese.
Human to Human
Human to Human is a direct action ministry of
the Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts.
It supports outreach programs that provide
direct service to community members
facing economic, social support, and service challenges.
Its programs include Walking Together, Building
Bridges, and more.
Bishop’s Discretionary Fund
Your gift to this fund allows the Bishop
to respond to those in particular need
and to fund new mission initiatives.
All donations go directly to bolstering the
ministry of Creation care in our diocese and to
building a bold, faithful response to the climate crisis.
Donations will be used to pay stipends to one
or more individuals to carry out complementary
projects such as organizing special outdoor worship
services, overseeing and tending the diocesan
Creation Care Network, and deepening
parishioners’ political engagement and public
witness around climate/environmental justice.
Mampong Babies Home
Help us “Change the Babies.” Your donation
will make a radical difference in the lives
of babies living their first four or five
years of life in the Mampong Babies Home.
The Cathedral of the Beloved gathers the people
of Pittsfield, MA for outdoor worship every Sunday
at 4:00 PM. Worship is followed by a meal served to all.
Directed by the Rev. Jennifer Gregg, Community of
the Beloved has grown. This inclusive, ecumenical
Sunday worship expands God’s table beyond
the confines of the church.
Episcopal Relief and
Working in partnership with the worldwide
Church, ecumenical agencies and local
organizations, Episcopal Relief & Development
saves lives and strengthens communities
around the world.
Episcopal Migration Ministries
Episcopal Migration Ministries is the refugee
resettlement program of the Episcopal
Church, and a living example of the Church’s
commitment to aid the stranger in our midst.
EMM collaborates with local partner
agencies in 26 Episcopal dioceses and 22 states
to welcome those fleeing persecution.