Give In Person
We invite you to give in person during our Sunday service.
You do not need a mySaintJohn's account on Realm to use this pledge form. We will simply ask for your name and email if you don't have a log-in.
After submitting your estimate of giving, you may check the box that says, "Add an online gift to fulfill this pledge." A pop-up will appear allowing you to create a reoccurring gift and to input your credit card information which will be stored in the secured system.
If we have your address, you will receive the card with a prayer in the mail as well. Reach out to the church office if you have questions.
Lyn Loeffler spoke on Sunday, August 8th about how giving to Saint John's impacts our community.
For over 35 years, Austin Habitat for Humanity, along with over 11,000 volunteers a year, has successfully provided decent affordable homes and the resources needed for homeowners to keep their homes. Austin Habitat has provided more than 830 homes and repaired more than 350 homes for low-income homeowners, seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities. Austin Habitat has also empowered more than 16,000 community members through housing counseling, education, and foreclosure mitigation. More than 38 million pounds of construction material has been recycled through Habitat’s Central Texas ReStore locations.
Austin Habitat’s presence in Travis County since 1985 has helped to combat the growing affordability crisis. Habitat has expanded to include building single-family freestanding homes, attached multi-family rowhouses and a 50-plus condo development. Austin Habitat currently builds in Bastrop, Blanco, Caldwell, Hays, and Travis County.
Saint John’s will participate in constructing a new home on March 18, 2023. We will raise funds towards our goal of $10,000 as well as reach out for volunteers to participate in the building effort.
On the first Sunday of the month, your Communion Rail Offering may be placed in the boxes located at the altar rail. You may also give online or by mail, designating your gift for “Communion Rail Offering”.
Each fall, staff and volunteers of Saint John’s set the financial priorities for the next year through the general fund budget. General Fund offerings, pledges to the General Fund and other items make up the revenue for the General Fund budget. The budget provides the financial resources for adult, youth and children educational ministries, worship ministries, human resources, general administrative and facility expenses.
On the first Sunday of the month, communion is offered in worship. After each person receives the communion elements, each person is invited to pray or meditate at the altar rail. If you so choose, you may leave a small financial token at the altar rail. Each month a different mission initiative is selected to receive the offerings gathered at the rail. The pre-selected mission initiative will be announced in the service and that week’s newsletter.
The Endowment Fund of Saint John's was established in 1976 to provide members and friends of the church the opportunity to make charitable gifts to a permanent endowment of financial support. By including Saint John's in your will or estate plans, you can significantly strengthen our church's vital mission both locally and around the world. Grants from this fund support many strategic plan initiatives around our community. Click Here to read our FAQs about the Endowment Fund.
Other opportunities for giving are made available from time to time. Visit our website regularly to find ways you may give so we may create a community where God's love changes people and God's people change the world.