Gifts & Offerings

There are many ways to give a financial gift or offering to Resurrection. Scroll down to see the three most used options. 


If you are a Member of Resurrection, or plan to make a regular offering - consider setting up an account that will allow you to use your credit card or bank account to set up recurring gifts, divide your offering between funds, monitor your activity, print your own statements, and more!


Go to my Resurrection Giving Account

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Make a Donation Now! 

Mobile Giving

We've made it really convenient for you to give a donation or an offering with your cell phone. 


From your phone, send a text to 516-219-1818 and type in the amount you'd like to give (e.g. 25) and click send. The donation will go to the General Fund.  


If this is your first time giving, you will be directed to set up an account. After you're done, giving an offering is as simple as sending the amount to the number above and pressing send!

Cash/Check

Place cash or checks in the offering plate during worship. There are envelopes in the card holder in front of you if you would like to designate where you want your offering to go. 


We offer numbered envelopes to members or friends who would like us to keep track of their offerings. Contact the office for more information. 


Make checks payable to "Lutheran Church of the Resurrection"