Click an option below to learn about the many different ways your generosity can be received.
Want to make a one-time or reoccurring gift online? Be sure to select the fund and make a note in the memo line. Click here.
Want to make a gift of commemoration?
To give a gift in memory of or in honor of someone click here.
To give money for altar floral arrangements click here.
Text “GiveStPauls” to 73256 from your SMS text-enabled mobile device. Follow the prompts to make a gift.
Handwritten checks or your bank/financial institution’s bill pay check should be made out to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
The corresponding address to send them to is
116 N Academy St. Murfreesboro, TN 37130.
Be sure to make a note in the memo of the check or on a separate piece of paper where the funds should be designated. There is no processing fee from St. Paul’s to process a personal or financial institution check.
Kroger Community Rewards®
You can now convert your Kroger® Plus Card points to cash and send them to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church!
Visit the Kroger Community Rewards page for more details at krogercommunityrewards.com and use St. Paul's Organization Number IF161. This is a great way to donate all of those unused Kroger® points each month.
Planned Giving is the practice of designating a major gift to a charitable organization in life or as part of an Estate Plan. The gift could include cash, real estate, life insurance, equity, or personal property. Planned Giving is sometimes referred to as Legacy Giving.
Planned Giving is often done as someone creates an Estate Plan, as there are certain investment or tax strategies that could be done to maximize the gift’s impact. Therefore, it is imperative to contact your attorney or financial advisor to discern what form of planned gift is best for you and complies with St. Paul’s Gift Acceptance Policy.
For more specific information about supporting St. Paul’s through a planned gift, contact St. Paul’s treasurer Don Whitfield at email@example.com.
Giving an RMD
A required minimum distribution is a specific amount of money a retiree must withdraw from a tax-deferred retirement account each year after age 72.
If it is desired to gift one’s RMD, please ask that the financial institution list the donor’s name on the check or statement. It is also helpful to notify the parish administrator to be expect a check from a particular financial institution, so that if a name is not noted the funds can be applied correctly.