Giving is a response to God.  We give not because we have to, but because we get to.  We believe that God is the Creator and true owner of everything and we are simply His stewards, and we are called to be good stewards of His resources.  Giving cheerfully and generously is part of being a follower of Christ.  We believe there are many ways to give and bless others. This includes the giving of your:


We believe that God has gifted you in a unique and awesome way! How are you utilizing the ways in which God has shaped you? How are you using your special skills to be a blessing to those around you?


God also gives us tangible resources that we are to steward. Let us never forget that God owns 100% of everything. Often your heart will follow where your money goes. Giving generously is a way to worship God.

If you need to pay for an upcoming event, please use the link below:

Additional Giving Options

If you have stocks, bonds, precious metals, vehicles or any other assets that you would like to donate, please contact our Financial Advisor, Robert Steed at Edward Jones.

Or if you would like to gift life insurance, retirement assets, bequests, or trusts, you may also contact our Financial Advisor, Robert Steed at Edward Jones.

Emmanuel Lutheran Church

Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.      2 Corinthians 9:7

Set up Automatic Giving

​This is an easy and effective way to systematically give through your checking or savings account. Simply log onto your individual bank account and follow your bank’s instructions to set up Emmanuel Lutheran Church as a new payee.

Or use this link to use our system:


When you give, you are making a difference. You are helping people find their way back to God and helping us reach our community. There's no better investment in the world.

If you have any questions please contact us.


We each only have so many hours in each day. How is God leading you to use your time? How can you use it better to focus on eternal things rather than temporal things? Where are you investing your time?