"And God is able to provide you with every blessing in abundance so that by always having enough of everything, you may share abundantly in every good work. " 2 Corinthians 9:8
Eva Grow, college student
“I was baptized in Fourth Presbyterian Church as a baby and I have grown up, learned, and served in the church. These walls have supported me through complex situations, nurtured my faith exploration, and helped me discern my own call to discipleship. Your generosity makes all of this possible and inspires me to grow in my own stewardship."
Carlos Rodriguez Palacios & Ginny Hunt, young parents
“When we had our twins earlier this year, 4th Pres members showed up during one of the most joyful and vulnerable moments of our lives, and believe us when we say we really needed the help! We look forward to our
children growing up surrounded by
the love we feel at 4th Pres. Please
consider giving what you can for our church
members and wider community"
Jan Welch, longtime member
"In the dark days of maneuvering through a divorce, my three young boys and I had some rough days. In so many ways Fourth Presbyterian anchored our lives. We felt a routine and discipline because of Sunday School, Sunday worship, Wednesday night fellowship and the boys' basketball teams. Consider how very important our community of faith, our church, is to you and yours. Let’s be as generous as Christ has been to us."
Cash or Check
Place your cash or check gift in the offering plate during worship. If contributing cash, please use a pew envelope so we can properly credit your gift. You can also mail to the office:
"Attn: Linda Finkelstein."
1912 Legacy Society
Fourth Presbyterian Church established the 1912 Legacy Society to honor those who have made a lasting commitment to our congregation by including charitable gifts to the Church in their estate plan. Any member who notifies the church that they have a planned gift, of any amount, designated for the church is a member of the 1912 Legacy Society.
The 1912 Legacy Society is an opportunity for you to leave a faith legacy to Fourth Presbyterian to help ensure the work of Jesus Christ continues for generations to come. This faith legacy can be part of your estate or overall financial planning.