Archbishop Duncan Legacy Fund
For the Benefit of Congregations and Clergy of the
Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh
“It’s not about the overseer; it’s about what is overseen.”
“The Congregations are primary. The Diocese is secondary.”
How many times have we heard this from our Bishop? For twenty years as Bishop and four years prior as Canon, Bishop (then later Archbishop) Duncan lived this. Vibrant Congregations and healthy Clergy are his legacy, as is a Church built on the Word of God and committed to its mission of loving lost souls as Jesus loved them.
The people of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh, Anglicans throughout the Province, and Christians and others who have admired Archbishop Duncan’s steadfastness, courage and humility, are invited now to share in extending his legacy for generations to come and multiplying his impact on the Congregations and Clergy he loves.
Give Now. Multiply Later. The Archbishop Duncan Legacy Fund offers two ways to honor the Archbishop and deepen lasting impact:
- Cash and stock gifts now and
- The making of estate commitments in wills and trusts for the future. This campaign also invites estate commitments directly to local Congregations.
The Archbishop Duncan Legacy Fund will be administered by the Board of Trustees of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh. Resources gathered into the Archbishop Duncan Legacy Fund will in turn be committed by the Trustees through:
- The Congregational Growth Fund (Grants and Loans)
- The Church Planting Fund (Chiefly Grants)
- The Clergy Sabbatical and Well-Being Fund (Grants) and
- Other means to support Congregations and Clergy as opportunities arise.
Together, Congregations and Clergy will have access to resources that they could not have independently. Moreover, common resources can be applied strategically and renewably. That is a part of why Bishops and Dioceses exist and why the Archbishop Duncan Legacy Fund is such an opportunity now and for the future.
"People are invited now to share in extending his legacy for generations to come and multiplying his impact on the Congregations and Clergy he loves."
(Full Brochure Here)