"Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver."
2 Corinthians 9:7

Ways To Give

Text to Give

1. Create an account.
2. Text FUND and AMOUNT to (336) 329-6773. (General Fund, Deacons Fund, Missions Fund, Angle Fund)
3. When you receive your confirmation respond YES to confirm or NO to cancel the gift.

For example: Text General 100 to give $100 to General Fund

Online Giving

By registering through our online banking system you can set up regular or one time transfers directly from a bank account, debit card or credit card.

Give Online

By Mail

You can also mail a check to Redeemer Presbyterian Church, 1046 Miller Street, Winston-Salem NC 27103. ATTN: Catherine Harris

The Accounts Explained

General Fund: These regular, weekly offerings go to the upkeep and wellbeing of the church, including building needs, maintenance, staff supports, and ministry support. We also portion out monies from this account to support local and global missions as well as specific vision projects.

Deacons' Fund: This offering helps our community during times of financial crises. We use this money to help those in our community and our own church body in times of financial need.

Missions Fund: This offering supports workers serving God in different cultures around the world. We support a number of families overseas on a monthly basis, and this account help to further their work.

Event and Retreat Payments: Some select events and retreats offer online payment options. Please see your event or retreat leader for details.

Understanding Engage Giving To Process Your First Gift

The very first time you text a gift, you will recieve a link to Engage Giving, which is Redeemer's online giving portal. You will need to either create an Engage account, or log into your existing account in order to process your first gift. After that, you will be able to give in just two queck and easy steps using the command phrase and amount followed by the confirmation. Watch the CDM video below to see a demonstration.