NEW COVENANT FAMILY CHURCH

"Where Families Pray and Worship Together - To Stay Together"

Bequests and Wills

The simplest way to make a planned gift is by naming the New Covenant Family Foundation in your will. A bequest is a meaningful way to support our work without affecting your cash flow during your lifetime. Your attorney can include it when you prepare or revise your will or you can add a codicil at any time.


There are several types of bequests:


• A specific bequest indicates the amount of cash, securities or other asset you wish to leave to NCFF. Or it can indicate a specific percentage of the total value of your estate.
• A residuary bequest leaves the remaining portion of your estate (or a percentage of the total) after all other bequests have been satisfied.
• You can make NCFF the recipient of a contingency bequest, which takes into account the possibility of a change in your beneficiary’s circumstances.


Specific Bequest

You can make a bequest to NCFF for a specific dollar amount or percentage of your
estate:

I give, devise and bequeath to the New Covenant Family Foundation the sum of $________ as an unrestricted gift, to be used at the sole discretion of NCFF

Or, you can make a bequest for specific assets, such as securities, real estate or personal property. Please be as specific as possible in identifying the property:


I give, devise and bequeath to the New Covenant Family Foundation my [insert description of the asset], to be used and/or disposed of, as the New Covenant Family Foundation determines for its general purposes.

Residuary Bequest

You can make a residuary bequest, which gives all or a portion of the residue of your estate to NCFF after payment of expenses and any amounts designated to other beneficiaries.


I give, devise, and bequeath to the New Covenant Family Foundation X percent of the rest, residue and remainder of my estate as an unrestricted gift, to be used at its sole discretion.

Contingency Bequest

You can make a contingency bequest to NCFF, which allows you to account for a change in your beneficiary’s circumstances.

I give, devise, and bequeath [insert name] X percent of the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate if s/he survives me. If [insert name] does not survive me, I give, devise and bequeath to the New Covenant Family Foundation, X percent of the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate as an unrestricted gift, to be used at its sole discretion.

Unrestricted and Restricted Gifts

Gifts that do not restrict the use (unrestricted gifts) allow NCFF to use these resources where they are most needed. NCFF is also grateful for gifts that are designated for a specific purpose that advances its mission (restricted gifts), such as support to a specific initiative or for a specific program.

If you are interested in making a restricted gift, it is important that you include language to ensure that NCFF may re-direct the use of your gift if the specified initiative, program or purpose ceases to need funds in the future:

I give, devise and bequeath to the New Covenant Family Foundation the sum of $_____ to be used for the [insert name of program] for so long as NCFF determines that the need exists. Should the need no longer exist, NCFF may, in its sole discretion, direct the use of my bequest for a purpose related as closely as possible to that stated above


NCFC WEEKLY SERVICE TIMES

  • Sunday Morning Family Prayer -(10:00am -10:30am)

  • Sunday Morning Praise and Worship - (10:30am)

  • Wednesday- Christian Leadership Institute-( 6:00 pm)

  • Thursday Evening Bible Study - (6:30pm)

  • Thursday Evening Praise and Worship Rehearsal - (7:45 pm)

  • Friday Night Singles Night - (6:30pm)

  • Saturday Night is “Youth Explosion Night” - (6:30pm)

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NCFC

814 Main St, Suite C,

Schertz, TX 78154

Phone. (210) 598-9863

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New Covenant Family Church

814 Main Street, Suite C

Schertz, TX 78154

(210) 598-9863