While the global pandemic certainly increased modern and digital giving methods, offertory envelopes remain a long-standing tradition that still offers many benefits for the churches that utilise them.
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Traditional offertory envelopes have been a staple of the church community for almost 100 years and the decision to move from loose plate to planned giving is perhaps the most critical turning point on the journey to mature giving.