Online Giving

In appreciation of God's abundant grace in our lives, members of First Rowlett UMC are asked to show our thanks through our prayers, our presence, our service, our witness and our gifts. Through online giving, members may contribute to the missions and ministries of the church with a credit or debit card.


The information you submit on these secure pages is used for the sole purpose of processing your contribution. A confirmation e-mail will be sent to you for your records.

Click HERE for step-by-step instructions

on how to give online.


Help Your Neighbor Fund

Many of you have asked how you might make a financial difference in the lives of church members who are experiencing layoffs and residents who are having a difficult time paying bills. At this special time of need we would like to offer the opportunity of donating a portion of your economic stimulus check to our Help Your Neighbor Fund which helps us reach those families in need. You can donate online by clicking on the donation button above and mark your donation for the Help Your Neighbor Fund or you can mail your donation to

First Rowlett United Methodist Church

4405 Main Street, Rowlett, TX 75088

or P. O. Box 447, Rowlett, TX 75030

This is a wonderful way to bless those in need at this unique time. 



Other ways to give

Memorial, Honorarium, and other Special Gifts
Memorial gifts may be made in memory of a deceased person, as a living tribute in honor of an individual, or as an indication of gratitude for a particular blessing received. These gifts may be designated for special purposes within the church or non-designated. The person in whose honor a gift is made will be notified of the gift. Families of those honored with memorial gifts will be notified that a contribution was made honoring their loved one.

Matching Gifts Program

If your company offers a Matching Gifts Program for non-profit organizations, our church may qualify to receive those gifts. 

Gifts of Appreciated Assets
Please consider a non-cash gift of appreciated assets, such as securities, life insurance policies or real estate. These assets qualify for a charitable deduction at market value, which will be a tax advantage in most cases.

Include the Church in Your Will

There are many ways to provide for your church through the distribution of your estate. Often these gifts can be set up through the church's foundation so that they will continue to provide for the ministries of the church for years to come.

Questions

For more information on financial giving, contact Karyl Dunne.