Giving

Ways to Give

CASH

You can give cash during Sunday-morning worship services or drop it off at the Church office during the week. Be sure to use an envelope with your name on it to receive credit for tax purposes. Envelopes are available on the Narthex table.

CHECKS OR MONEY ORDERS

Checks or money orders can be given in these ways:

  • placed in the offering plate during Sunday-morning worship
  • dropped off at the Church office
  • mailed to Spring Cypress Presbyterian Church – Attn: Treasurer
  • bill pay through your bank

GIVE ONLINE

If you wish to make a gift to the church from your credit or debit card, you may do so securely and immediately by clicking the button below and following the prompts.

ONLINE BANKING

Simplify your giving by authorizing your bank (through Bill Pay) to write a check to Spring Cypress Presbyterian Church.

STOCK

Stock may be donated to Spring Cypress Presbyterian Church by transferring investments to our account. Please notify the Treasurer of any pending transfers so that we will be aware of any activity and handle it properly.
Send the unsigned stock certificate (keep a copy of the certificate) to the Church Treasurer. Include a Power of Attorney Form and a letter authorizing the shares to be deposited as a gift to the church. You may designate the number of share or a percentage to the General Fund, Building Fund or a Benevolence Fund. The Stock Power Form should be signed exactly as the name(s) appear on the certificate(s). Only one Stock Power Form is needed for each issue, not for each certificate.

We believe it is an act of worship for the believer to give financially to the church as the gift is unto the Lord for the advancement of the Lord’s church and for the making of disciples. The scriptures teach us to be generous and we are called to give a tenth of our income to the Lord. We also believe that the givers gift is to be done in private as it is between the believer and the Lord. We wish to provide you with privacy and ease in giving. You will receive a receipt of your tax-deductible gifts each quarter and at year end.