One-Time Gifts, Pledges, Time and Talent, Legacy

There are lots of ways to help share the mission and ministry of First Presbyterian Church. The primary way is to support the budget with tithes and offerings. Through your contributions, we are able to worship God each Sunday morning, visit the hospital and nursing homes, reach out with food and shelter to the needy in Jefferson City and around the world, and teach children from our congregation and our community through our Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, Pre-school and Kids’ Plus outreach to children in need. We also partner with several local missions like Habitat for Humanity, Samaritan Center, and Halo to build homes, feed people and reach out to youth at risk. We support 162 PCUSA mission co-workers in over 50 countries around the world to proclaim the Gospel in word and deed. And we send mission teams to five different continents to support our mission relationships in Peru, Hungary/Ukraine, Malawi, and Nepal.

Online Giving – One-time or Ongoing

You can make a contribution to First Presbyterian Church using a secure, online automatic deposit from your checking account, credit card, or debit card. Your donation can be ongoing, one-time, or as a memorial gift.

Regular Gifts

In addition to pledges via weekly envelopes, you can set up automatic online giving or participate in your bank’s automatic bank transfer program.  Please contact the church administrator if you would like to set up either of these regular contributions.

If you have the ability to pay bills online with your bank it is easy to set up First Presbyterian Church as a payee in your online banking application. Most banks give you the option to send a one-time payment or to set up an automatic weekly or monthly payment to FPC. Using your online banking application is an easy way to send money to the church and eliminate writing a check yourself.

Lasting Legacy

Blessings Coat Rack Ministry

Take a coat. Leave a coat. Take what you need. Leave what you can. Free 24-7 Blessings ministry on the porch of 324 Madison.