Giving at FPC
Our new Glory to God hymnals arrive in Sanctuary services May 20!
You can dedicate an honor/memorial card to be placed inside the front cover of a new hymnal. What a great way to honor the faith of our fathers this Father's Day! The $50 contribution for each dedication will go to the ongoing expenses of our music program.
The 1824 Fund (named after the year we were founded) is for people who find it easier to set up regular contributions via checking, PayPal, credit card or other accounts via computer, tablet, phone, etc. Set up your giving here. Here are some instructions (pdf) if you need help setting up your account.
Transfer a stock gift
The church has changed accounts for stocks transfers. If you make gifts to the church via transfer, please contact Brenda Allen, 336-478-4752 or ballen(at)fpcgreensboro.org, or Myles Fish, 336-478-4735 or mfish(at)fpcgreensboro.org, for new account information.
Paisley Heritage Fellowship
Join Paisley Heritage Fellowship to make the church’s ministry part of your estate’s legacy. Through Paisley Heritage Fellowship, church members can plan estate gifts that will continue their legacies for future generations. Read about some of our "future givers." Email Myles Fish, mfish(at)fpcgreensboro.org, to learn more.
You already have an estate plan
That's right: The only question is whether it's a plan that reflects your values or someone else's. Learn more.
Ideas for living
a more generous life
If you are paid 26 times a year, you have two months every year with three paychecks. Include half of those “extra” paychecks in your pledge.
Charitable tax provision
People who are 70½ years of age and older can donate up to $100,000 to FPC (or another charity) directly from their Individual Retirement Accounts. These distributions will not be treated as taxable income. Depending on your circumstances, this could be an excellent way to fulfill campaign pledges, annual pledges, or to make a special year end gift to the ministries of First Presbyterian Church. Please consult with your tax advisor before making a final decision, but we wanted you to know that this provision is now permanent.