1. Mail your pledge/tithe/donation checks to the church directly.



    P.O. BOX 126

    SANBORNTON, NH 03269

b. COMMENT/MEMO: PLEDGE or TITHES (Weekly/Monthly/Quarterly) or           

                              DONATION (Specify for what)


2. Set up the church as a PAYEE on your personal bank's online BILL PAY system for your bank to send a check to the church.



3. Use the Donate Button below to make a secure online donation to the church with a credit card, debit card or PayPal account. 

(We encourage regular donors to pay by check on large donations when they can because the church will incur a 2.2% processing fee plus a .30 transaction fee each time this option is used.)

  • Organ Restoration 
  • Masonry Repairs to the Undercroft
  • Heating System Upgrade
  • Scholarships for Camps or Retreats
  • 250th Anniversary Commemorative Booklet Printing
  • Planned Giving Opportunities associates with your Estate Planning (Check out our Brochure for details)
  • Bequests
  • Endowments
  • Charitable Gift Annuities
  • IRA Distributions
  • Trusts
  • Life Insurance Beneficiaries  
  • UCC Worship Bulletins
  • Paper for Copier
  • Paper Goods 
  • Church School Supplies
  • Grass Cutting (Cemetery)
  • Professional Skills/Talents
  • Donations In Kind (for budgeted items)

Why would 1 Corinthians 13 be chosen as a stewardship theme text?

Generosity is indeed a matter of the heart and attitude. A good steward has a faithful, hopeful, and loving heart.

Faithfulness—not size, status, wealth, or heritage—is God’s measurement for Christians and congregations.  Generosity is a faithful act of discipleship, wrapped in trust in God and God’s purposes, whether we see them clearly or in a mirror dimly.

Hopefulness is a basic Christian characteristic. Despair and hopelessness can be damaging to congregations and their members. God offers the victory of hope through Christ and the Holy Spirit. To have a future we must live with hope. Generosity is a hopeful act of discipleship, made as a statement that God is still at work in the world, and we partner in these acts of redemption through our generosity.

In verses 4-7, the apostle Paul unpacks love’s characteristics: patience and kindness, and a lack of envy, boasting, arrogance, edginess, resentment, and bullying. Christians and congregations must experience and share love that looks like this. It is not optional: it is imperative.  Generosity is a loving response, made in gratitude for God’s love for us, and celebrates a unity in Christ that surpasses the difficulties that seem to work so hard to divide us.                                                                                       

The apostle Paul concludes this chapter by telling us that faith, hope, and love last.     

In 1 Corinthians 13, Paul reminds us that even if we practice generosity that leaves us with nothing and even requires our lives, if those incredible gifts have not been given in the spirit of love, the giver has gained nothing.

We invite you to give faithfully, hopefully, and lovingly.

  • Annual Pledges/Tithes (Check out our FAQs)
  • Sunday Offering Plates
  • Sunday School Offering Plates
  • 2021 Special Projects such as:



                              P.O. BOX 126, SANBORNTON, NH 03269

c. COMMENT/MEMO: PLEDGE or TITHES (Weekly/Monthly/Quarterly) or           

                              DONATION (Specify for what)