WAYS TO GIVE
Epiphany operates primarily on the faithful giving of our members. This can be in form of cash offerings, fulfillment of a pledge and/or a planned gift. Any contribution is most welcomed, and all gifts are important to the work of the church.
The easiest way for you to give is through Realm, our secure online community. You can make one-time donations or manage your giving as a recurring transaction in a secure, easy-to-use environment. Contribution statements are always available via your profile.
Need a Realm Account? Click Login to Realm, then select Register Now at the bottom of the screen.
Click here to learn more about our church management software.
App Giving: Download the Realm Connect app and login with your Realm account to give. The Realm Connect app also allows you to setup a recurring donation.
Text Giving: Text GIVE2COE and any amount to 73256 to complete a gift. Text giving is great for quick, easy, onetime gifts. Text giving will automatically save your payment information for future gifts.
Contact your bank and let them know that you would like to set up a recurring payment to The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany. You will need to provide them with the amount, our address, and the date(s) in which you would like these payments made. A check will be automatically drafted to Epiphany from your bank.
CASH OR PERSONAL CHECK
Each Sunday, we take an offering during the service. Giving envelopes are located in Gallery tract rack. Gifts can also be mailed to the church.
Planned gifts offer a way for Epiphany to address needs beyond those contained in the annual budget. When members remember Epiphany in their wills, trusts, retirement accounts, life insurance designations, or other assets, they are providing support to Epiphany’s mission and ministries in the future.
Parishioners may wish to make tax deductible donations of appreciated securities to Epiphany. In this situation, Epiphany receives the full value of the securities less commissions and fees at the time of the donation, and the donor avoids paying capital gains tax that would otherwise be incurred if the securities were sold for cash. Consult the IRS or your tax advisor for further details.
V I R T U A L P A S S I N G O F T H E P L A T E
In "Such a Time as This" it is important that we continue passing the plate. This is our virtual version of that very important and meaningful activity.
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Philip Anderson, Chair
Shelle Bryant, Vestry Liaison
Ann Fowler, Senior Warden
Randy Shearin, Co-Treasurer
Andrew King, Member at Large
Susie Boyko, Bookkeeper