All Saints relies on regular tithes and offerings from its members for the continued operations and services of the church. All Saints offers online giving, both recurring and one-time gifts, directly from your bank account or credit card. If it is not your normal practice to pay your credit card balance in full each month, the church would prefer for you to select the bank account option or a different giving method.
All Saints hopes you will remain faithful in supporting the Church in its worship and work to the best of your ability (membership vow #4). When members give of their time and their treasure unto the Lord, the work of God’s Kingdom continues through All Saints, both locally and in faraway places. All Saints relies 100% on the faithfulness of its members, through their tithes and offerings, to continue the mission to which God has called us.
But more importantly, to tithe to the Lord is to honor the Lord in worship. The Apostle Paul put it best when he said:
"The point is this: whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows bountifully will also reap bountifully. Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver." - II Corinthians 9:6-7
E-giving is a convenient and easy way to donate to the work of All Saints. Additionally, you're invited to give online via eCheck to save All Saints the 2.2% credit card fee.
If you're making a very large donation and experience any issue processing a contribution, please try splitting up your contribution into multiple donations under $5,000. Occasionally, our system experiences a glitch processing contributions in excess of $5,000.
You may mail a check directly to the church (7808 Rialto Blvd, Austin, TX 78735), or drop a check in the offering basket Sunday. Please make checks out to "All Saints Presbyterian Church."
You may designate that your giving be used for a specific fund by writing it in the memo line.
Please contact David Breeding at the church office (512-953-1676) to make a contribution of stock via the church's Fidelity brokerage account Z49804762 (DTC #0226).
If you have appreciated stock that you have owned for at least a year, giving it to All Saints may allow you multiple tax benefits: you may receive a charitable deduction on your income taxes for the stock’s fair market value and avoid capital gains taxes on the appreciated stock value.
Authorize the church to deduct a fixed amount from your bank account on a recurring basis. Simply submit this authorization form.
Do you make purchases on Amazon.com? You can support All Saints through AmazonSmile. When you shop on AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com), the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to All Saints (or charity of your choice).
Do you ever shop for groceries at Randalls? You can support All Saints through the Randalls Good Neighbor Program, which pays All Saints 1% of your total grocery purchase when your Remarkable Card is linked to the church through this program.
All Saints asks that contributions to the building project, missions fund, and benevolence fund be made above and beyond one's regular tithes and offerings to the church, that All Saints might continue its ongoing ministry and mission week after week, year after year.
Tithes and offerings support the ongoing ministry of the church and our missions partners.
Providing relief for those facing financial and situational hardships. All Saints deacons walk through difficult circumstances with those in need, providing support of every kind while maintaining confidentiality.
Gifts and pledges helped us build a place in which to worship and from which to serve. Continued giving helps us make improvements and move closer to building a permanent sanctuary.
Supporting our ministry partners from Austin to Madagascar, foreign missionaries to church planters, college ministry to seminary training, crisis pregnancy centers to after-school programs - all of which minister the gospel as extensions of our church. Giving to the Missions Fund supplements the more-than-$400,000 per year already budgeted for missions through the General Fund budget.