GIVE

ESTABLISHING AN OUTSPOST FOR THE GOSPEL

Giving at the Church of the Resurrection

We were made to be stewards of God's gifts (Genesis 1:28). Worshipping God by giving a portion of one's income for the needs of the worshipping community extends far back into the Old Testament (Numbers 18:20-21), a tradition which Jesus endorsed (Matthew 23:23). Paul also connected the Old Testament practice with the practice of the New Testament church, citing the need for congregations to support those who serve the church in ministry (1 Corinthians 9:13-14). All this reflects the principle of Proverbs 3:9, “Honor the Lord with your wealth and with the first fruits of all your produce.”

How Will I Be Receipted for My Donation to Rez?

You will receive a Year-End giving statement at the end of January. Additionally, donations through eGive and through the Church Center App  will receive receipts for each donation via email.

If you have any questions about our finances, feel free to email our Treasurer.

WAYS TO GIVE

Giving at the Church of the Resurrection

There are five ways to give:

eGive

Give online through the eGive webpage here

Church Center App

You can give online through our mobile app Church Center. Click the links below to download the app!

Venmo

You can give online through Venmo @RezChurchDC

Mail

You can give by mail, payable to Church of the Resurrection, P.O. Box 77211, Washington, DC 20013

In-person

You can give in person during our worship  services

GIVE TO THE PLANTED CAMPAIGN

Give towards the Planted building campaign, and help us renovate our historic building on Capitol Hill. Select “Building Fund” in the donation category when you give. Learn more below:

Since the purchase of our own permanent sanctuary for worship and ministry in January 2021, we have been at work on immediate repairs and near-term renovations.

Read about what progress we’ve made in our first six months, and our needs going forward as we maximize the space for our ministry and use.

Planted: Deeper Roots on Capitol Hill

Help the Church of the Resurrection
establish a permanent home on Capitol Hill.