Spiritually Grounded Financial Stewardship

your first call for all things financial

Spiritually Grounded Financial Stewardship

your first call for all things financial

While providing financial tools and investment services, the Foundation seeks to develop, fulfill, and financially sustain ministry throughout the Mountain Sky region of the United Methodist Church.

Serving Churches, Ministries & People

Loans To Churches

Need a New Loan or Loan Refinance?

The Mountain Sky United Methodist Foundation provides loans for Construction, Renovations, Repairs, Loan refinancing, or Other Capital Needs.

Investments for Churches

Methodists Helping Methodists Fund & Market-based Investments

We offer 4 investment funds to suit the various financial objectives of churches while meeting the social principles of the United Methodists Church.

News & Events

Read Foundation News

CLICK HERE for the latest about events, giving and stewardship trends.

Endowment Planning

For Church Leaders

Endowment Funds benefit churches by offering members opportunities to provide a future legacy for the church and their families.

Investments for Individuals

Methodists Helping Methodists Fund

Invest in Certificates of Participation which offer interest rates competitive to CDs and Money Markets.

Legacy Planning for Individuals

Planned Giving
  • Grow Your Nest Egg
  • Create A Gift That Gives Back
  • Reduce Taxes While Helping Others

The Master gave three servants some money to manage. The first and second servants invested their money in a way that the money doubled in value. The third servant was afraid and buried the money in a hole in the ground so that there would not be a loss of principal. The Master praised the first and second servants, “Good work! You did your job well. From now on be my partner.” But the third servant needed extra help – and so he called the Foundation.

Matthew 25:14-30

The Master gave three servants some money to manage. The first and second servants invested their money in a way that the money doubled in value. The third servant was afraid and buried the money in a hole in the ground so that there would not be a loss of principal. The Master praised the first and second servants, “Good work! You did your job well. From now on be my partner.” But the third servant needed extra help, and so he called the Foundation.

Matthew 25:14-30