We ask that you prayerfully consider your commitment of time, talent, and financial resources as you help us to build the Kingdom of God together. We promise good stewardship of what you share with the community. Thank you for your prayerful consideration and generosity in supporting Three Holy Women!
Registered members receive in the mail a packet of printed weekly envelopes which can be put in the collection basket or mailed to the parish office. Thank you for using the envelopes – they help with our budgeting and record keeping. If you’d like to become a registered member of Three Holy Women, please contact the parish office at 414-271-6577 or email@example.com.
If you are a registered parishioner within our four-parish family, and you are attending Mass at any of our six churches on the weekend, you may place your offertory envelope in the collection. It will be forwarded to the parish where you are registered, and included with your contributions for the year. Please use your parish envelopes to insure that proper credit is given, and contact your parish office if you have any questions.
We also provide the option of having your contribution deducted via automatic withdrawal from your bank account. If you are interested, please fill out the form in the link below and return it with a voided check to the parish office. If you have questions regarding this please contact Chris D’Amato, Director of Administrative Services, at 414-271-6577, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We do not currently have online payments, but many banks offer an online bill pay service that you can use to set up payments to the parish.
Have you remembered Three Holy Women in your estate plan? We are so grateful to past and present parishioners and friends from Three Holy Women who have been very intentional about remembering our parish in their estate planning. A gift given directly to Three Holy Women stays at Three Holy Women for the good of Three Holy Women. Questions? Please feel free to contact one of our pastors, Father Tim or Father Carlos. May God bless you for your generosity.