Both the Old and New Testaments teach that all we have is a gift from God. As God’s stewards and people of faith, we are taught to bring God the first fruits. For many Christians, money is symbolic of the first fruits, and the faithful use of it is a source of great blessing.
Money is important. It is the medium Covenant uses to accomplish many of the church’s goals. A commitment of money as a spiritual discipline is at the heart of our Christian responsibility. You can make contributions by cash or check in person by placing it in the contribution plate on Sunday mornings or by bringing it to Covenant Hall. However, the easiest option is to set up a one-time or recurring donation using your credit card or checking account through My Covenant Online Giving.
Note: Following this link will take you away from Covenant’s website to a third-party payment processor that handles Covenant’s online payments.
Long-term forms of financial contribution include life insurance, bequests, memorials, endowments, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts and charitable lead trusts. Covenant also particpates in a program that allows you to give a remainder interest in your home while you continue living there. For more information on making long-term financial contributions to Covenant, please contact Covenant Administrator Duane Dube at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to financial contributions, Covenant also accepts donations of property, bequests, memorials, endowments, and other forms of contribution. Gifts of property could include stocks, bonds, retirement plan assets, real estate, and tangible property (jewelry, art, etc.). For more information on making property contributions to Covenant, please contact Covenant Administrator Duane Dube at email@example.com.
The Covenant Presbyterian Foundation is organized for the sole purpose of supporting the mission of Covenant Presbyterian Church. Visit the Foundation page to learn about the foundation, meet the foundation trustees and find out how you can make a difference. Learn more here.