Other Ways To Give

GIVING IN PERSON

Simply place cash or checks in the offering plate during the collection at our services. Offering envelopes are available for those who give frequently; envelopes are are also available in the pews. We appreciate cash donations being placed in envelopes with your name/address on them, so we can give proper credit to your account. You can also drop off checks to the office, or mail them. 

Please make checks payable to First Presbyterian Church.

ONLINE GIVING

We provide several methods of giving online:

SECURE GIVING VIA WEBSITE OR CHURCH APP

By setting up an online profile, you can easily take action on your generosity and:

  • Securely save your debit/credit card or bank account information
  • Set up recurring giving
  • Track your giving history


On the Church APP, click on "GIVING" 


VIA TEXT MESSAGE

Simply text an amount you would like to give to the number: 561-283-0061. The first time it will require you to fill complete a profile by entering a debit or credit card number. Any following transaction will automatically process using that same card. When you give via text you will receive a text message back stating "Your giving was successful."

You may also designate a gift via text message by entering your designation after the amount such as texting "50 missions" to donate to missions or "25 general" to donate to the general fund (without the quotes).

Once you create a Text to Give profile, the credit card associated with your Text to Give account can by changed by contacting Gayle,  .

 

NON-CASH GIVING

You can donate non-cash gifts like stocks, bonds, mutual funds, or cars. Below are some other ways to give:

MARKETABLE SECURITIES

Transfer ownership of your stocks, bonds, or mutual fund shares. Contact your broker and provide them with the information below.

First Presbyterian Church's broker:
Morgan Stanley account number 501-049930, DTC number 0015.

If you are interested in give to First Presbyterian in another way, please contact Gayle Coughanour at  .