United Methodists believe that God bestows grace upon each of us, and that we give with gratitude for what we already have received. We invite you to give generously to Christ Church United Methodist’s mission of care and service to the wider community.

When you click “GIVE” above,

you will have the opportunity to give to a specific offering or community outreach.  

With the except of the small fee deducted by our third-party giving app, the total of your gift goes to the designated program.

If you wish to bypass the third-party fee, please send a check made out to Christ Church United Methodist with the designee specified

in the memo line.

Your generosity is much appreciated!


We are working to keep the Elisha’s Pantry open on Thursdays. We now have a drive-through model that limits person-to-person interaction. It has been very successful! We are now serving over 100 families a week.

Supporting others getting food is considered an essential service, so if you are not in the most vulnerable population category (ie under 65, don’t have diabetes, are not immune-compromised) please sign up at  Elisha's Pantry - Christ Church United Methodist: Elisha's Pantry Volunteer Sign Up (list-manage.com) if you would like to volunteer.


Other volunteer opportunities include delivering groceries to those who are among the most vulnerable population.


Stimulus Checks and Justice


While most of us will be receiving $600+ stimulus checks in the coming weeks, there are many people who will not. Undocumented immigrants and some people who are homeless will not receive these funds, even though they are among those who are most in need.


If your income has remained consistent during this pandemic and you do not have a pressing financial need, we encourage you to donate your stimulus check to an organization that helps others.


If you'd like to give to our mission focus areas,  Christ Church will split

all donations 50/50 between The Undocufund Fund for Disaster Relief and The Living Room.