We believe the Bible teaches that the body of Christ should support the work of the Church as an act of worship.
Please note our online giving has a new look.
If you have any questions, please contact Anna (717.569.2151)
Gifts can be given:
At any worship service: If you choose to give during a worship service, we encourage you to contact the church’s finance office to receive pre-numbered envelopes. Use of these envelopes assists the finance office to maintain giving records confidentially and efficiently.
Online: Click the "Give Now" button to give either a one time gift or set up scheduled gifts. No account needed!
If you need to change your giving schedule or update your information, please contact the financial secretary, Anna Kiehl at 717.569.2151 or Kiehl@westpca.com.
All gifts, both physical or electronic are included in your giving record.
The following funds are available for giving:
General Fund – Gifts to this fund are used for the general expenses of the church (salaries, property maintenance, supplies, etc.). Great Commission (missions) support and related expenses are also provided through the General Fund.
Facility Improvement Fund – Gifts to this fund are used for equipment, major repairs and property improvement (parking lot paving, copiers, etc.)
Benevolence Fund – Gifts to this fund are used to provide compassionate financial assistance to those in the church body who have financial emergencies.
Radio Fund – Gifts to this fund are used to pay expenses associated with producing and airing the weekly Sunday morning broadcast of the Westminster Pulpit on WDAC radio.
Christian Education Fund – Gifts to this fund are used to award scholarships for K-12 Christian education expenses for children of the church.
Special Offering – Special offerings are collected throughout the year, generally in the time surrounding Missions Conference, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. All of the monies designated for these offerings are provided to a particular project, as designated in advance by Session (typically a missions project or the church’s Benevolence Fund)