eGiving is easy!
Please use e-giving form below to make a one-time, or recurring contribution to our church. Here is how:
Create a one time sign up login with your email and credit/debit card or ACH check info. You can also use this login on the “Give Plus” app!
Choose the “General Church Fund” fund. (check out our FAQ below for more info on this!)
Choose the frequency:
Choose the amount. We have a $3 minimum for online giving.
Choose to pay via debit/credit OR by e-check. Fill out info and hit “Next”
If you paid via credit or debit, choose whether you would like to add 2.75% to help offset our processing fees (if you check it, it will show you how much the fee/total comes to).
Hit “Donate Now.” You will receive a receipt for your tax records via email. You are done!
What is “General Church Fund”?
We have many ways our church uses donations and gifts. If you give to this fund, your donation will go where the greatest need is for our church and community right now. For more info, please contact the office to learn more about our stewardship details.
Do I have to “e-give?” Can’t I send a check or talk to someone?
We think of e-giving as a new enhancement & tradition, not a replacement, of our long time regular mail and in person giving traditions. If you have questions, or want to give in more traditional ways, please feel free to call (207-439-0650) or email the office with any questions. Or drop a check in the mail made out to First Congregational Church of Kittery to 23 Pepperrell Rd, Kittery Point, Maine, 03905. Please use “Church General Fund” in the memo area.
What if I’m interested in learning more and signing up, but have some questions?
That’s great! We are here to help. Look for learning opportunities in the weekly Monday Mooring or contact the office to set up one-on-one guidance appointment.
How much and how frequently should I give?
Whatever you are comfortable giving! We have a $3.00 electronic giving minimum and any gift you decide to give is so greatly appreciated and will go to good use to foster the mission of our church and community.