We’ve Upgraded Our Giving Experience
We have upgraded our online giving platform to bring you a quick, easy, and secure method of managing your online one-time or recurring gift.
If you had recurring gifts set up on our old system and you would like to reconnect and set up your recurring gift in our new system, you can set it up right here on this page. If you have any questions, you may have them answered by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Methods of Giving
“But me-who am I, and who are these my people, that we should presume to be giving something to you? Everything comes from you; all we’re doing is giving back what we’ve been given from your generous hand.” (1 Chronicles 29:14)
Our biblical understanding of Christian financial stewardship expresses stewardship as a sign of gratitude and faithfulness to be who God has called us to be. We respond to the goodness of God and we give thanks for the ways He has blessed us by giving to His church through one or more of the following methods:
- Check (Place in the Sunday morning offering plate or mail to: Weddington UMC, 13901 Providence Road, Weddington, NC 28104)
- Stock (Contact the church office at 704-846-1032)
- Annuity (Contact your insurance agent)
- Charitable remainder trust (Contact your attorney)
Weddington UMC's Stewardship Booklet
Weddington United Methodist Church Foundation
It doesn’t take long watching the news these days to wonder what will our next generation look like. Are we just surviving in the present? Is there anything we can do to improve and equip the next generation for a better future? The very same questions can be asked of believers regarding the faith of future generations.
Weddington United Methodist Church has established a Foundation which aims to answer these exact questions in a variety of ways. The goal is to support missions beyond our local communities, invest in capital improvements, as well as aid in unbudgeted special needs of church facilities and ministries.
We all desire to leave our children and grandchildren a strong “faith inheritance,” which includes sound ministries to not only practice and grow in our faith, but to help others do the same.
What type of “faith inheritance” will we leave for the future generation? Perhaps you would consider supporting the Foundation through special one-time donations or through your planned giving. To learn more about the Foundation or donation options, contact the church office.