A United Methodist Community
Where Faith Meets Life
5920 Jonestown Road
Harrisburg, PA 17112
The following resources are available for your information:
Tithing: A Benchmark for Giving
An article by David Bell about the historical role of tithing in the United Methodist Church.
Finding Hope in Hard Times
A PDF booklet prepared by the Episcopal Church USA about how one can be a good steward of their finances during diffifult economic times.
Members and friends
of Charlton Church
have the opportunity
to give their tithes and offerings
through our secure e-giving program.
Click the graphic above
to make a one time donation
or set up a recurring payment
using your checking account,
debit or credit card.
This will direct you
to our secure e-giving site
for your privacy and protection.
Invest using our time ...
We never seem to have enough time. This is why it is so important to make every possible effort to use our time wisely and unselfishly. At Charlton Church, we strive to provide opportunities for our church family to reach out and help our brothers and sisters in need.
Invest using our talents ...
Whether it is singing, dancing, acting, sewing, cooking, building something, or even just listening ... there's a place for you at Charlton Church to use your talents as we serve God by touching the lives of people in our community.
Invest using our money ...
Charlton Church is a mission-oriented church. In addition to our own local ministries and programs, we also support many missions and outreach programs as part of the United Methodist 'connectional' system. This allows us to be the hands of God reaching out to hurting people around the world, whenever and wherever it is needed.
Invest using our relationships ...
Jesus taught us to "love one another, just as I have loved you" and to "love your neighbor as yourself". At Charlton Church, we understand that this is not always easy. But it IS what we are called to do. Building healthy relationships with each other gives us the strength and wisdom we need to be a follower of Christ in today's world.
The concept of stewardship is rooted in the understanding that all that we are, and all that we have, comes from God.
Stewardship is a response of discipleship, a way of living that honors our relationship with God using our time, our talents, our money and our relationships.
The stewardship journey is one of struggle, hope, faith, trust and transformation. At Charlton Church, we strive to provide a wide variety of opportunities for our church family to invest themselves in service to God and one another.
1 Peter 4:10
"Each of you has been blessed with one of God's many wonderful gifts
to be used in the service of others. So use your gift well."