This convenient service simplifies the giving process, and allows you to give 24/7. It’s easy to start, change, or stop. You will have the option to give toward your pledge, or give an offering outside of a pledge.
Automatic Bank Withdrawals
Scheduled transactions are automatically transferred from your checking or savings account to the church’s bank account.
Fill out and send your credit card information, and the amount will be withdrawn from your account. You can make a one-time gift, or set up a recurring gift to go out regularly. Please note: the church will incur a 3% fee with each credit card gift, so please consider covering that fee in addition to your gift. American Express is not accepted.
You can give without logging in: Simply find your profile by filling out the required fields. You will be asked if you are likely to come back and if not, be able to fill out a shorter form. To store bank account or credit card info for later use you must login with an account.
Make checks payable to “Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church.” If you would like your cash gifts to be reflected on your contribution statement, use a church-provided offering envelope and be sure to write your name and address clearly. Gifts received in these giving envelopes are tracked and sent out in a quarterly statement. If you would like to receive giving envelopes, call Rob Edens at the church office.
Download our mobile app to give wherever you are, whenever is convenient for you. Click here to download for Apple iOS and click here to download for Android. Other mobile devices can enter www.churchlife.mobi from any mobile browser.
This option will be available soon!
Gifts of stocks, mutual funds, IRA, or personal property. In some cases, this may provide you with more tax benefits than donating the proceeds after a sale. If you are over 70 ½ years of age and are required to take mandatory IRA distributions, there could be a significant tax benefit by making a contribution to LMPC directly from your IRA. Please consider checking with your tax advisor for more information.
You may also be able to name the church as a recipient of matching gifts through your place of employment, as a beneficiary of a memorial gift, or as a recipient of a gift through a will or bequest.