Give as a Guest
Why We Give
Giving is a spiritual act. Through our financial support of the ministries of the church we put our faith into practice. Not only is this vital to underwrite and make possible the many ministries of the church, but for each of us it is a spiritual exercise. When we give we prioritize, we make decisions, and in a very tangible way we determine God’s place and importance of our lives.
The Biblical guideline is the tithe, or first fruits. It means that we dedicate to God the first 10% of our income. (Malachi 3:8-10).
Give to Trinity
Online Giving to Trinity is processed securely through Access ACS
To offer a recurring gift, use the Give Online button. To give a one-time-gift without an account, use the Give As a Guest button.
Give as a guest
What is Access ACS?
Online Giving through the use of a credit card, debit card, or by electronic debit from your checking or savings account is processed with Access ACS. Access ACS is a restricted, online version of our church database. Donor information is kept secure and private with password-protected online access. Privacy and security is a number one priority.
If you have any questions or problems; please contact Kimberly Tingler for sign-on particulars, or for other online giving questions at 804-288-6056.
Giving By Check
We have a time of offering during each of our worship services. During that time, you may give to Trinity via cash or check. Please make checks out to Trinity UMC.
How Gifts Are Used
Learn more about giving via ACS.
2020 Stewardship CampaignMake Disciples – I am with you.
Learn more about the Make Disciples – I am with you stewardship campaign.
The Trinity Foundation provides a means to create a lasting gift allowing Trinity members to be and make disciples of Jesus Christ for years to come.
- provides assistance in meeting critical needs of the church beyond its current resources,
- aids persons in need,
- assists youth in meeting educational goals,
- provides assistance in educational, religious and other programs at Trinity as designated by the donor,
- receives and administers funds contributed to and earned by the Foundation,
- encourages the making of donations and legacies or bequests by cash, deed, will or trust for purposes selected by the donor and approved by the Foundation.
The Foundation accepts gifts of cash, securities and personal property. Gifts may be made on a current, deferred, or life income basis. Your financial advisor can help you decide which method is best for you.