The Ministry of Covenant Presbyterian Church depends on our gifts of time, talent, and resources throughout the year.
Consider making the act of giving a regular practice of generosity towards God. There are a number of different methods that you can choose to give donations to the church:
Offering Plate – Each Sunday in worship , an offering is collected from those who have brought their gifts with them. Tithing envelopes are available (numbered or blank).
Mail – You may mail your check to Covenant Presbyterian Church, PO Box 131, Tustin, MI 49688
Bill Pay – Through your financial institution’s bill pay program, you can make Covenant Presbyterian Church a payee, just as you would for a utility provider. The financial institution will generate a check and mail it to the church.
Online – Covenant Presbyterian Church – Make giving easy. Simple and convenient, giving regularly to the church saves time and money. Your regular support guarantees predictable funds, allowing the church to carry out its ministry. Click Here!
Legacy Giving – Remembering the church in your will or estate plan gives an inheritance or a transfer of the blessings that God gives during a lifetime, and provides an opportunity for you to have a significant impact on ministry in the future. Covenant Trust Company offers a full portfolio of charitable life income agreements including charitable gift annuities; charitable remainder uni-trusts; charitable remainder annuity trusts; pooled income funds; charitable lead trusts; and charitable life estates. Covenant Trust Company also manages gifts of appreciated securities (stocks, bonds and mutual funds). Visit Covenant Trust Company‘s website or call (800) 483-2177. Financial expertise from a faith perspective.
CPC Uplift Pine River Area Kids – Help children living in rural poverty. Click Here!
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Thank you for your faithful support of the ministry of Covenant Presbyterian Church.