Gift of Giving
Welcome and thank you for your interest in supporting McDonough
Presbyterian Church. As Christian stewards, we receive God’s gifts
gratefully, cultivate them responsibly, share them generously with
others, and return them with an increase to the Lord. The gift of your
time, talent and treasure will benefit our church and allow us to
support our community through our many missions.
Please use the form on this page to give to McDonough Presbyterian Church. Members can also use Realm for easy giving.
Ways to give to support McDonough Presbyterian Church
General Giving: General giving goes directly
into the general operating account to cover the expenses of the church
and to support our many mission programs. Members are encouraged to
follow the Biblical principle of tithing ten percent of their income but
always asked to give with a cheerful heart. Offering envelopes are
encouraged for members or regular givers and are available from the
Minister’s Kindness Fund: The Minister’s
Kindness Fund is a separate account from the operating account and goes
directly to people in our community who are in need of financial
assistance and meet our screening process requirements. Please indicate
“MKF” on your check if your gift is intended for this account.
Volunteering: When most people think of supporting
their church, they think solely in terms of financial support. But at
MPC, we need your support in many ways that don’t require you to write a
check! We are always looking for volunteers to assist with various
projects around the church. From grounds maintenance, children and adult
bible learning classes, Wednesday night dinners to Congregational Care
events, we have an opportunity for you!
Endowment Fund: An endowment fund is an investment
fund set up for people who wish to contribute long-term accumulated
assets to our church during and beyond their lifetime. It may receive
gifts that would not have otherwise been part of the annual giving. By
contributing to the MPC Endowment fund, you make an enduring statement
of faith about the church, help support its ministries and leave an