How Can I Give?

In addition to your prayers, your financial support is just as important as we begin this project.  Please prayerfully consider your contribution to the Branching Out project, above and beyond your normal giving, as we take this exciting journey together!   In addition to the 3 methods below, you can write a check and mail it to St. John or drop it off in our office. Please indicate Branching Out on the Memo Line.  We are appreciative of all your support, spiritually and financially.
Additional ways that you can give to Branching Out include adding St. John as a part of your Estate Planning and Life Insurance Policy, as well as the gifting of stocks.   Lastly, we are always seeking more volunteers. Giving of your time and talents is very important!  Please prayerfully consider how you can give of your time, talents and treasure!

Your Offering Envelopes

  1. Weekly Envelope:  You  can submit your offering in your weekly envelope and indicate on the front of the envelope what amount is dedicated for the project by writing Branching Out. 
  2. Green Monthly Envelope:  You can donate with this envelope using the Building Fund line.



The Branching Out Envelope

PREFERRED METHOD. This envelope is located in your pew.  Members can use this envelope if they forget to use one of their regular envelopes, or for visitors to our church who would like to contribute!




Automatic Payments/EFT Service

A Program Designed to Benefit Michigan Congregations, Schools and Other Entities

PREFERRED METHOD. There is another way to give--electronic funds transfer, or more commonly known as automatic payments or automatic withdraw.  St. John does participate in this program and it is available for EVERY member! Contact the church office for a brochure or download this form and return it to the chuch office! 

This is a free electronic funds transfer service that enables you to make automatic contributions, tithes, tuition payments, and donations regularly. With Excel in Giving, it becomes easier than ever before for individuals to honor their stewardship commitments and further God’s work in the world. The enrollment process is simple. And the advantages to both the giver and the recipient are substantial.