United Thank Offering

The United Thank Offering (UTO) is a ministry of The Episcopal Church for the mission of the whole church. Through UTO, individuals are invited to embrace and deepen a personal daily spiritual discipline of gratitude. UTO encourages people to notice the good things that happen each day, give thanks to God for those blessings and make an offering for each blessing using a UTO Blue Box. UTO is entrusted to receive the offerings, and to distribute the 100% of what is collected to support innovative mission and ministry throughout The Episcopal Church and Provinces of the Anglican Communion.

To learn more about how to participate in the United Thank Offering or to order materials to start the program in your congregation, please use the links below or send us an email. We are happy to help you get started.

2022 UTO Grants

The 2022 United Thank Offering grant application materials are now available. The focus of this year’s grants is Care of Creation: Turning love into action by caring for God’s creation to protect the most vulnerable—who will bear the largest burden of pollution and climate change—through justice, advocacy, environmental reparations, or the development of formation materials.

November Gratitude Resources

Looking for ways to make your November more meaningful? Join UTO in practicing gratitude in new ways this November to make Thanksgiving more profoundly about giving thanks.

2021 UTO Ingathering

Contribute today to the 2021 Ingathering. 100% of what is collected this year will be given away to support innovative projects focused on care of creation led by Episcopal/Anglican ministries.

Order Supplies from the New UTO Distribution Center in Navajoland

Please mail ingathering and Memorial Gift & Trust Fund checks to:

United Thank Offering
DFMS – Protestant Episcopal Church US
P.O. Box 958983
St. Louis, MO 63195-8983

For the street address to send funds via FedEx or UPS, please contact Heather Melton, Staff Officer, The United Thank Offering.

Please make checks payable to “DFMS” with “UTO” in the memo line. All funds must be received at the above address by December 11, 2021 for inclusion in the 2021 ingathering.

Please send all other correspondence to:
United Thank Offering – Heather Melton
P.O. Box 6834
Farmington, NM 87499

Keep Connected!

We want to stay connected with you! Please fill out this form if you are a new UTO Coordinator or if you are transitioning out of leadership.

UTO e-Newsletter

Sign up to receive monthly news about the United Thank Offering–current events, grant site updates, and more! Check out our archive of past newsletters, and subscribe today.

The Latest Blog Posts

  • 2022 UTO Grant Application Process
    By Joyce Landers, UTO Board Vice President The United Thank Offering Board is very happy to announce that the applications, and associated materials, for the 2022 granting cycle are available on our website. The 2022 focus […]
  • September Webinars!
    Grant Focus Webinar – Sept. 21, 7 p.m. On Sept. 21, UTO is grateful to welcome the Rev. Melanie Mullen, director of racial reconciliation, justice and care of creation for a webinar on the 2022 UTO […]
  • Anglican Theological Review: Gratitude Edition
    By Sherri Dietrich, United Thank Offering Board President As many of you remember, UTO hosted its first Gratitude Scholars Conference in March 2020. While the pandemic altered our plans, the conference itself was amazing. We are […]
  • Save the Date: Hybrid Gratitude Conference
    By the Rev. Rowan Larson, Province I representative to the UTO Board On Oct. 16 from 4:30-6:45 p.m. Eastern, the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Boston is hosting a Multicultural Celebration of Gratitude! This event will kick […]
  • The Great EpisGOpal Race Returns!
    The full writeup about the race is in the regular e-news, but we are so excited to partner with the amazing people in the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama in bringing the race to you this year. […]

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Resources from UTO

Contact:
The Rev. Cn.
Heather Melton

Staff Officer for the United Thank Offering