Thank you for your interest in supporting the work of St. Paul & St. Andrew United Methodist Church.

Donations & Giving

We cannot do this alone. We are called to live in community because through this holy connection, the impossible can happen! Our resources multiply and miracles manifest. If you are in a position to help, please donate by using the form on this page.

You can designate your gift to one of our ministries or campaigns by changing the Fund from the menu on the form ("Give to..."). Additional comments can be added after you click the Continue button. You can find more details on each of the Funds and what they support below. As you make your gift, please consider checking the box to add a small amount to cover processing fees. This way, St. Paul & St. Andrew receives the full amount of your intended gift.

If you would like to donate stock, make a gift from a donor advised fund or discuss planned giving, please contact our Director of Operations, Brent Ness.

How Your Gifts Help Us Put Love Into Action

General Gifts & Pledges are unrestricted contributions that fund our annual operating budget, and they are the lifeblood of our ministry.

Contributions to our Refugee and Asylum Seeker Support fund are restricted contributions that underwrite the costs of our Miracle Monday Resource Fair, as well as our essential goods backpack project with La Morada.

Contributions to our National Fund for Sacred Places Matching Grant/Capital Campaign fund are restricted contributions dedicated to the preservation and upkeep of our historically significant, landmarked building.

The Good Samaritan Fund is a mutual aid fund created to support members of our congregation who are in need of financial assistance.

Contributions to the Harlem Clemente fund are restricted contributions intended to underwrite the costs of The Harlem Clemente Course in the Humanities, of which St. Paul & St. Andrew is the fiscal sponsor. The program offers college-level instruction in the humanities to economically-disadvantaged students.

In honor of the life and legacy of the Rev. Frances Helen Guest, this fund supports young women entering ministry who are called and committed to ministries of justice and peace.

A gift to our Endowment fund is a restricted contribution that provides us with investable funds and income generating assets to help sustain our ministry over the long-term.