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Legacy Planning Matters! A Sunday Seminar
February 26 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Do you have a will? Is your estate plan up-to-date? Are you curious about other ways to ensure a legacy? This seminar is for you.
Legacy planning is about our deepest loves and joys. Join a conversation to bring together the why and how of legacy planning. Consider planned giving and estate planning, especially (but not exclusively) aimed at younger people and families who may not have made estate plans yet, or people who haven’t updated their plans recently.
Be with us in person in Johnston Hall or via GoogleMeet or by phone at 904-900-0997 with PIN: 669 662 752#.
Rev. Dr. Rose Niles is a Ministry Relations Officer at the Presbyterian Foundation, serving the Northeast Region. She works with congregations to create a culture of generosity, offers seminars and workshops, develops gifts and fundraising plans for ministries, and provides coaching to finance, stewardship and endowment committees.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Rose served as Development Officer at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. She also served with the Committee of Theological Education for almost seven years as Associate for Theological Education and Seminary Relations. She served as pastor to congregations in the New York area and in Louisville. A life-long Presbyterian reared in the Bronx, Rose served as the Vice Moderator of the Synod of the Northeast at a young age. Later, as a young pastor, she served as the Moderator of the Synod. During her time at New York Theological Seminary she taught in multiple programs, supervised DMin projects, and taught in their master’s program in Sing-Sing maximum security prison.
A graduate of the Bronx High School of Science, Rose has degrees from Harvard University and New York Theological Seminary. Her daughter, son in law and two year old granddaughter Selah live in Los Angeles, California.