Online Donations

Thank you for Giving to St. Paul's

Please click here to access our secure giving site.

You will have the option to give to St. Paul's through the following funds:

  • General Fund - makes it possible to engage in vital ministries throughout the life of our church and beyond.
  • Capital Campaign - fuels the campaign to renovate and link our worship and service spaces, facilitating easier navigation and better accessibility into and through the church. Scroll down for more information about building renovation plans.
  • Building Improvement Fund - enables necessary maintenance and upkeep of the church's current infrastructure
  • Hunger Ministry- supports our ongoing efforts to feed families in the 20895 ZIP code. Visit our Hunger Ministry page for more information. 

St. Paul's regularly sends financial support from our members to UMC causes through Designated Special Giving Sundays and special collections for UMCOR disaster relief. Please scroll down to view current opportunities to share our resources with those in need connectionally throughout our country and the world.

If you have any questions, please contact the church office.

Special Offerings

Human Relations Sunday: You may use the special offering envelope in your bulletin on Sunday, January 19 to donate to Human Relations Day, one of the designated “Giving Sundays” established by The United Methodist Church. Since 1988, this UMC offering has been designated to support ministries of social justice and outreach to at-risk youth and is collected each year on the Sunday before Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Your donations, joined with those given by other UMC congregations, support neighborhood ministries through Community Developers, community advocacy through United Methodist Voluntary Services, and work with at-risk youth through the Youth Offender Rehabilitation Programs. These gifts are part of building beloved community and make an impact in places where people struggle because they don’t have tools or resources to reach their God-given potential. You can learn more about projects supported by this fund and its history at:

UMCOR Disaster Response: When a disaster overwhelms a community’s ability to recover on its own, the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) provides essential relief supplies and supports long-term rebuilding. Among its current efforts, UMCOR is assisting survivors of recent earthquakes in Puerto Rico and responding to the crises caused by out-of-control wildfires in Australia. To donate to these efforts, make your check out to St. Paul’s UMC with “UMCOR-Australia” or “UMCOR-Puerto Rico” on the memo line. Offerings made to UMCOR without an additional designation will be directed to their “global area of greatest need” category. Read more about UMCOR (and donate any time) at

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The Capital Campaign

The Capital Campaign, launched in 2016, has one goal: to raise the funds for a building renovation that will improve our church's accessibility and worship/fellowship spaces.

The feel and functionality of our church is essential to our mission and service goals. It is an extension and reflection of who we are and it is the vessel through which we fulfill our commitment and connection to Christ.

By altering and modernizing our inner walls, we can provide a more welcoming environment for visitors and our current members, shape a more accessible space for our community to gather, ensure our church is ADA compliant, and - maybe most important - provide more space for our ever-growing ministries to those in need.

Our Building Committee and Capital Campaign Committees, working together, have helped us move toward this renovation. Design professionals have drawn up architectural plans, surveys, permitting, and other necessary paperwork. All that remains is the final fund-raising effort. This project will cost around 3 million dollars, a big but achievable goal. This number is about three times our annual budget and is in line with estimates of capital campaigns for a church of our size.

Capital giving differs from annual giving in several ways:

• It invests in permanent properties

• It spreads out payments during a much longer period.

• It seeks larger amounts than annual budgets can deliver

• It requires a planned, sacrificial and inspirational effort, and occasionally involves gifting of real estate, securities, life insurance or other tangible assets. 

• It is over and above one’s regular or annual giving.

Click here to read the Capital Campaign brochure, and then prayerfully consider making a special pledge to support this project. Capital Campaign Pledge cards are available in the church office. Please contact Tim Simpson, chair of the capital campaign committee, or the church office.