Your generosity is making a difference. We believe in the power of generosity, what it does for the individual doing the giving, and for the purpose that the giving supports.
Throughout scripture, we are reminded of the importance of giving back a portion of what God has so generously provided. Giving is an act of worship and obedience, and should be done cheerfully with a spirit of thanksgiving.
Online giving not only allows you to give in a more convenient way but also to automate your faithfulness in giving. Online giving permits you to schedule your giving of tithes and offering to correspond with frequency by which you are paid.
You may choose to give to the General Budget, Missions, Youth, Emmaus as well as Other. If you choose other you must include the area of ministry you wish your offering to be placed. During holidays or special events, you may see additional fund options from which to choose.
There’s more than one way to give.
WEEKEND WORSHIP SERVICES
Just place your check or cash in the offering during any weekend worship experience.
For your convenience, offering envelopes are available for your gift. You can place cash or checks (payable to BUMC) in one of these envelopes and put it in the offering. If you would like offering envelopes assigned to you, contact the church office at (804) 739-3459.
For many of you, carrying cash or your checkbook is a way of the past. You may give with either your debit or credit card immediately online. Click on the link to give immediately or to create an account where you can set up recurring gifts. It’s quick and easy!
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