Philippians 4:14–20 Nevertheless you did well to have fellowship with me in my affliction. 15 And you yourselves also know, Philippians, that in the beginning of the gospel, when I went out from Macedonia, no church had fellowship with me in the account of giving and receiving except you only; 16 For even in Thessalonica you sent both once and again to my need. 17 Not that I seek the gift, but I seek the fruit which increases to your account. 18 But I have received in full all things and abound; I have been filled, receiving from Epaphroditus the things from you, a sweet-smelling savor, an acceptable sacrifice, well pleasing to God. 19 And my God will fill your every need according to His riches, in glory, in Christ Jesus. 20 Now to our God and Father be the glory forever and ever. Amen.
There are a number of ways to give to the Church in Denver. Before, during and after regular church meetings, you can place your gift in the offering box in the Church in Denver meeting hall. In addition, there are a number of ways to give remotely or online.
Send an Electronic Check (e-CHECK or ACH)
You can enter your checking account and the donation amount and send us an gift electronically right here. Send a one-time gift, or set up automatic recurring donations, or both.
If you would like to make an additional offering for the support of full-time serving ones, you can do so here:
Mail or Drop off Checks
You can mail a check to or drop it off at the meeting hall at the address below. If you’d like to drop off a check, just put the envelope through the mail slot on the west door on the first Lord’s Day of the month between 2 pm and 5 pm. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we will still be checking mail regularly and processing incoming checks.
The Church in Denver
2180 S Leyden St
Denver CO 80222
Automatic Bill Pay
Many banks provide a free bill-pay service that will mail a check to the Church in Denver on your behalf. You can usually also schedule an automatic monthly donation via check from your bill pay service. See examples of bill pay.
Your bank’s bill-pay service may also allow you to send an electronic transfer that directly deposits into the Church in Denver’s bank account. It will most likely be labeled “EFT” or “ACH” or “P2P.” Please talk to your bank to find out if they have this service. If they do, you can send a one-time donation or set up an automatic monthly recurring donation. See an example of how this works here. (Note: this is different from wiring money. If you prefer to use wire transfer, please contact us for wire transfer instructions.)
Send Money through Paypal
If you have a Paypal account, you can send money to the church’s Paypal account. Be sure to use the “Send money to a friend” option so that the church does not get charged a 2.3% fee! Paypal gifts can be sent to email@example.com. Click here for instructions on how to Send Money to a Friend with Paypal.
Donate by Credit Card through the Paypal Giving Fund
If you would like to give to the church via credit card, you can make a donation to the Paypal Giving Fund, with your gift designated for the Church in Denver. Please note: This is an indirect donation method. Your gift will be to the Paypal Giving Fund, which will in turn give a corresponding grant to the Church in Denver, typically within 45 days. You will receive a donation receipt from the Paypal Giving Fund, which you can save for tax purposes. Your donations through the Paypal Giving Fund will not be listed on any tax receipt/acknowledgement letter provided by the Church in Denver.
The Church in Denver is a qualified 501(c)3 organization as defined by the Internal Revenue Service, and is a bona-fide tax-exempt religious corporation. All donations made to The Church in Denver qualify as charitable deductions when itemizing deductions on your Federal income tax return.
Gifts for the work in Myanmar
Individual believers or other churches in the United States can use this link to make a one-time or recurring gift via e-check for the Lord’s work in Myanmar. A gift of $130 per month (or $30 per week) is enough to enable to one of the Lord’s full-time workers in Myanmar to continue serving.