Our Sunday offering looks a little bit different these days! As we gather online rather than in-person, the ways that we support our congregation and our community partners are shifting. We will still be honoring our Share the Plate commitments, and anything that comes in designated as part of our Sunday offering will be split with our partner organization for that month. We still accept checks via mail at 3005 Thomes Ave. Cheyenne, WY 82001, but if you would like to use online or electronic giving, please see the instructions below.

Thank you for your continuing support of our community!

living generouslyGiving online is simple, and allows you to set up automatic recurring contributions. You can also view your complete online giving history from anywhere you have access to the Internet. We offer a variety of ways to use online/electronic giving:

  1. Give Now
  • Click on this link: Give Now!
  • Click on the Create Profile button
  • Follow the onscreen instructions to create an online profile and to schedule your recurring contributions.

2. You can also complete a VANCO Authorization Form and return it to the church office.

A greener approach to giving

Churches, because of their heavy weekly check volumes, were among the earliest organizations to embrace electronic giving as a way to automate contributions. Today, electronic giving in all its forms provides convenience for frequent check writers and donation consistency for churches.

A less frequently discussed benefit of electronic giving is its positive impact on the environment.  An enormous amount of natural resources are consumed in the production, transportation, processing and disposal of paper checks. That’s why paying bills electronically always ranks high on any list of actions an individual can take to improve the environment. The trend toward electronic payments has already produced more than a 50% decline in check use since the year 2000.

As you consider the payment method you use to make your regular offering, we hope that you will think about the unique connection between financial stewardship and environmental stewardship