Your tithes and gifts are vital to the everyday ministry that takes place in and through Our Savior's Lutheran Church! We ask that you would prayerfully consider how God is leading you to give.
Give Online is a quick way to make a monetary contribution, either one time only or recurring, to Our Savior’s. You may choose to give to the General Fund or the Building Fund through this link, and you may use your checking account, savings account, or credit card. This program is operated by Vanco Services.
The Simply Giving Program is a modern-day stewardship program. It's a convenient, safe and simple way for individuals to make automatic payments to Our Savior’s through electronic funds transfer (EFT) directly from checking or savings accounts. Automatic payments can also be made using your credit card. This program is operated by Vanco Services. To set up Simply Giving, complete the form below and return to the church office.
An electronic giving kiosk is available in the gathering area near the CLC. Now you can swipe your debit or credit card to make a one-time financial donation to the church. Giving Cards are located near the kiosk for you to fill out so we can update your giving account with your donation amount.
We are only one generation from faithlessness and godlessness. If one generation fails to pass the torch, then the next generation will not recognize God and will live in ignorance of God’s will for life. We often leave this effort of legacy to experts (pastors, youth leaders), but we all need to reclaim the legacy – the legacy of faith. The question then is this: “What do you want your legacy to look like?”
The Legacy Fund at Our Savior’s was created to help answer some of these concerns. The fund is not about current accounts, but rather the future investment in our legacy of faith, an investment that could last forever. What better place for a portion of our assets, assets that when no longer needed will continue to promote this legacy of faith. Members of our church community can make gifts to the Legacy Fund in their will or estate plan to ensure that the work of the church continues long after they are gone.