Donation Opportunities

OFFERTORY – Offering envelopes may be placed in the offering basket at Mass, dropped off at our office or mailed.

BUILDING FUND – Donations may be made to St. Therese de Lisieux to help reduce our debt – currently $1,752,000 – by using the special “Purple” envelope that is included in parishioners’ monthly offertory envelope mailings. Also, a check may be placed into any offertory basket during Mass, or brought or mailed into the front office (11800 Lake Worth Road, Wellington, FL 33449), with “Building Fund” written in the memo for proper acknowledgement.

PAVERS – Pavers may be inscribed @ $100.00 each.  For information about ordering one or more pavers, please click here: St. Therese Shrine – Pave the Way

ONLINE GIVING – Did you know…St. Therese de Lisieux offers an electronic option for making your regular weekly and debt reduction offerings?
Contributions can be debited automatically from your checking or savings account or processed using your debit or credit card.  (If using credit card, please select optional “help offset fee” box to defray processing costs.)
Our Electronic giving program offers convenience for you and much needed donation consistency for our parish.
To make your Sunday contribution, to donate towards reducing our Church Building Debt Fund or to make a Special Donation, please click on ‘Give Now’ link below to access the Donation Page.
Get started today – you’ll never have to remember your checkbook again!
Click  and follow the onscreen instructions to create an online profile and to schedule your recurring contributions.
Thank you for your generosity.
Please contact the office if you would like to discontinue receiving envelopes.

DIOCESAN SERVICES APPEAL: St. Therese de Lisieux’ 2017 Obligation is $157,000.00.
To help St. Therese reach our obligation, click here (be sure to choose St. Therese in the drop down box).
Donations made to the Diocesan Services Appeal (DSA) support many programs and ministries, and allows the Diocese to provide outreach to those who are in spiritual and emotional need. Making a donation to the DSA is the best way for you to help. The strength of our Diocese comes from us recognizing God’s gifts and sharing a portion of these gifts for building up the Kingdom of God.