Giving Through Your Will
Creating a Lasting Legacy
Think of the words “Last Will and Testament.” Your will (or living trust) is a final statement of what you have held to be important during your lifetime. Where you direct your lifetime of earnings and savings says a great deal about you – what you have held dear, what has touched you and enriched your life, and what you want to ensure for the next generation.
As someone who recognizes the importance of providing generous support to Moravian Theological Seminary’s commitment to prepare men and women for effective leadership and service in congregational, counseling, chaplaincy, teaching, and other ministries, we invite you to find a place in your final arrangements for Moravian Theological Seminary alongside family, friends, and other loved ones.
Sample will language is offered below for your legal counsel’s consideration in preparing your will or trust. This enables you to make generous gifts that may not be possible during your lifetime.
While most assets transferred through a will, retirement plans and life insurance policies are governed by a separate document, called a beneficiary designation.