"Each one must give as he has made up his mind, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that having all sufficiency in all things at all times, you may abound in every good work." 2 Corinthians 9:7-8
There are multiple ways to give to Holy Trinity Church's mission:
Send a Check in the Mail
Please indicate in the memo line which congregation or ministry area you'd like your giving to contribute to (i.e. Downtown, Hyde Park, North Side, West Side, deacon offering), and mail your check to:
Holy Trinity Church
c/o financial administrator
53 W. Jackson Blvd., Suite 305
Chicago, IL 60604
Through PayPal you can give using a debit card, bank account withdrawal, or through your own personal PayPal account. It is not necessary to get a PayPal account unless you want to give through a PayPal account. We ask that credit cards not be used so that nobody incurs debt as a result of giving. For each transaction PayPal charges a transaction fee of 2.2% plus $.30.
Click the "Donate" button, and you will be taken to HTC's PayPal online giving page. When you're reviewing your "donation" please indicate which congregation or ministry area you'd like to assign your giving.
Online Bill Payment through your Bank
Most banks have a free option to send one-time or recurring gifts/payments through your online banking account. This is similar to sending a check in the mail, but instead your bank will electronically generate a check and send it through the mail to the Holy Trinity office. This saves you time and postage. Plus, you can track your giving through your online banking account. Contact your bank to see if they provide this option. Mail giving to the above address, and be sure to indicate the congregation or ministry to which you are giving.
Sunday Offering Bag
You can give through cash or check in the offering bag during Sunday worship. On the second Sunday of the month HTC takes an additional offering at the end of the service called the Deacon Offering, which goes toward helping those within Holy Trinity's body who have a particular financial need.