How To Provide A Gift
Our heavenly Father has blessed us with life, family, and opportunities. At First Presbyterian Church, we have been blessed by the generosity of our members and friends, and we are thankful for everyone who supports God’s work through our ministry and mission. By freely giving, we show our faith that God will continue to bless our lives, and we show our gratitude by dedicating a portion of God’s blessings to support the church’s work. Our giving funds the ministries of our congregation, the maintenance of our facilities, the support of our staff, and funding of missions that reach those in need in our community and throughout the world. We give from our income, from our accumulated resources, from our talents, and of our time. All are important and necessary for us to do God’s work in the world.
Remember, our Spiritual health is not determined by how much we give, but by our giving heart.
Thank you very much for all your precious gifts of time, talent, and money in the name of our Savior Jesus Christ!!
You are welcome to mail your donation to First Presbyterian Church, 405 N. M-37 Hwy, Hastings, MI 49058. Be sure to include your name and address on the check or envelope so that donation credit may be provided for tax purposes.
Many of us take advantage of paying our bills electronically either online and/or via the auto-bill pay option through our banking institution. We have the capability of accepting your blessed and generous gifts to First Church here through our on-line giving option or you can set up an auto-bill pay program through your bank/credit union to automatically send your gift to First Church. If you would like to pursue the auto-bill pay option or simply have questions, please contact Financial Manager Nancy Allerding at 269-945-5463x3004 or drop her an email at email@example.com
One can also give stocks, bonds, securities and real estate to support the work of the church. Talk to our Finance Manager or to one of the Elders in charge of Stewardship in order to make such a gift.
From everyone to whom much has been given, much will be required; and from the one to whom much has been entrusted, even more will be demanded. –Luke 12:48