There are several options that make giving easy at Immanuel. We thank you for generously supporting our ministry.
Direct Online PayPal Payment: This option is a safe and secure way to give through your checking, savings, or credit card accounts online with a PayPal transaction. Simply click on the PayPal button below and follow the instructions to send any amount at any time safely to Immanuel Lutheran Church. The time, date and amount of your payment will be noted on Immanuel’s PayPal account and sent to you for your tax records. P
PayPal – The safer, easier way to donate or pay online!
Direct Online Bank Transfer: This is an easy and effective way to regularly give through your checking account online. Make a request with your bank to have regular payments of any amount be made to Immanuel Lutheran Church as often as you desire. Then contact the church office to inform us that the payment transaction has been setup.
Cash or Check: You may place your cash or check in the offering plate during any of our worship services, simply mail your gift to Immanuel, or drop it off at the church office Offering envelopes may be found in the pew holders, in the Narthex, or by contacting the church office by phone or email (firstname.lastname@example.org & (510) 523-0659.)
Volunteer: There are many opportunities to get involved at Immanuel and in our community! Talk to our leaders, call, or email us to get involved.
A Good Steward
Steward is a biblical term that refers to a one who is responsible for the goods and property of another. Stewardship has come to be used in the Christian community in a broader sense for our responsibility to manage wisely the goods and property that are in our possession. The assumption is that we do not really possess or own anything. Rather, the world, including us, belongs to God. Therefore, we are not owners but stewards of all that comes into our arena of responsibility—income, assets, property, goods, time, talents, and our very selves. Religious stewardship is management as sacred trust.
Please consider becoming a ‘good steward’ and give and pledge generously as much as you can, when you can. By giving generously, you will be on the road to a healthy spiritual relationship with your surrounding community and the greater world.