Online giving via credit card or bank account withdrawal is available to both church members and guests. Contributions may be directed to a variety of funds. Should you wish to give to a fund not listed, please contact the Church Accountant via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the church at 314-367-0366.
Why Give Online?
It’s a personal preference, but here are a few of the benefits we hear frequently:
– It’s a step of faith…deciding in advance to give faithfully.
– It helps simplify life.
– It allows you to give consistently…even when you’re not at church.
– It allows you to focus on the service when you’re at church.
Online giving is a convenient tool for folks who call Emmaus home. If you are more comfortable giving on Sunday, don’t worry, we just want to give you another option!
As always, all information is secure and encrypted to protect you and your information.
2021 Annual Report
Download the 2021 Annual Report here.
Download the brand-new Generosity Brochure created by Ashley Rube and the Generosity Team, and learn how your generosity makes a difference at Second Presbyterian Church.
Sowing Seeds of Love through Beauty
As we sow seeds of love in person and online, how do we express our core value of Beauty as a faith community? Check out these videos below to find out!
Congregational Appeal Letter
Sowing Seeds of Love
“A farmer went out to sow seed…some fell on the path with no soil, some on rocky ground with little soil, some on soil which contains thorns, and some on good soil” (Matthew 13).
When we think about the Parable of the Sower today, what comes to mind? We imagine the farmer, bag of seed at her side and seed in hand, tossing it liberally all around. We consider the seed as God’s word, a word of love shared unreservedly, even lavishly. We see before us various terrain where the seed lands, ranging from a path with no soil to good soil, and various ground in between. The soil invites us to think about places where the seeds of God’s love can be nourished, but that love is not bound by geography. With humility and curiosity, we wonder how a human heart can be one of those fertile places for God’s love to take root and grow. And we ask, “How do we imagine ourselves taking part in sowing the seeds of love?”
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