|The Chapel for the Ages Campaign aspires to build a new chapel that will provide a welcoming worship space to serve seminarians and the community for the next century and beyond. Please prayerfully consider making a gift toward a Chapel for the Ages. The congregations, educational institutions, and communities of tomorrow depend on your generous investment.|
We invite you to consider making a multi-year pledge in support of this once-in-a-lifetime campaign. Thank you!
you may request that 10% of your pledge be tithed to Holy Trinity Cathedral, Port-au-Prince, Haiti and Msalato Theological College, Dodoma, Tanzania - Click Here
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Checks can be made payable to Virginia Theological Seminary, with notation on memo line: Chapel for the Ages.
Please send to:
Chapel for the Ages Campaign
Virginia Theological Seminary
3737 Seminary Road
Alexandria, Virginia 22304
By Pledge Form:
You may also make a pledge using this form - click here.
Gift of Stock:
If you wish to make a gift of stock, please contact Olivine Pilling, director of Accounting at 1-800-941-0083 or 703-461-1709 and indicate that you would like your gift directed toward the Chapel for the Ages Campaign.
Estate or Planned Gift
If you wish to make an estate or other planned gift toward the Chapel for the Ages Campaign
, please contact Ray Sabalis, director of Development at firstname.lastname@example.org
For additional questions, please contact Debbie Townsend, campaign assistant at email@example.com
|"For over a quarter of a century I have watched VTS become more relevant to the world, facing the tremendous changes with wisdom and the assurance of the fresh message of the Gospel of Our Lord Jesus Christ. What more can be asked of a Seminary aware of the future firmly standing on the foundations of the past?"|
– The Rev. Dr. Joseph Lund, VTS ‘91
As part of our commitment to service and mission, we are inviting all who give during this phase to consider tithing 10% of their gift to the building of a Cathedral in Haiti and Msalato Theological College in Dodoma Tanzania.