Make an offering, pay your pledge, or make a general or directed donation. The ministries of St. Stephen welcome all gifts. If you want to support a particular ministry with a donation not listed, make a free-will offering and enter a note in the memo line to which ministry you would like your donation directed.
Donations are accepted by credit or debit cards, or direct deposit from your financial institution.
“Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.” James 1:17
At the heart of our Christian journey is the recognition that all creation is a gift from a generous God. Our response to God’s grace is deep gratitude and life-changing generosity. Whether you’re making a commitment to pledge or making a one-time donation, your gifts make a tangible difference in our worship, community life, and our community outreach ministries.
We believe that responding to God’s blessings by giving freely of our time, our talent, and our treasure helps all of us grow in the grace and knowledge of God. Your generosity can change your life and strengthen the mission and ministry of St. Stephen's Church.
What is a pledge? A pledge is an estimate of how much money you plan to give to St. Stephen's in a given year. Pledging is not a binding contract. If circumstances change, pledges may be revised up or down depending on your situation by contacting the church office.
Why pledge? Your pledge makes it possible for St. Stephens to create a budget for our staffing, ministries, programs and our outreach programs for the coming year.
How do I pledge? You may pledge by filling out a pledge card and delivering it to the church. Pledge cards are available by contacting the church office or ask an Usher for a pledge card.
How do I pay my pledge? Pledges may be paid a variety of ways including at worship services, or by cell phone or online. You can choose to select recurring, weekly or monthly debit or credit card charges are with use of the online or cell phone platforms.