Planned Giving

Remembering Plymouth in an estate plan prepared by a qualified attorney is an important way to help secure the long-term financial stability of the church.  Legal documents like a Last Will and Testament or a Revocable Living Trust can contain a bequest of cash, securities, real estate, life insurance or other property to the church.  Designations can be made in the legal document identifying specific areas or programs of the church that a member wishes to benefit, or it can be left to the discretion of the Board of Trustees to use the bequest in an appropriate manner. Lifetime gifting or estate bequests to Plymouth are a vital way members can make a lasting impact on their church.