Giving/ Pledging

Walk in Love, as Christ loved us and gave himself for us, as an offering and sacrifice to God.

– Ephesians 5:2

Thank you for your interest in supporting the worship, programs and ministries of St. John’s. There are many ways to Give.

We offer online giving through SecureGive. You may make a one-time donation as a guest. Members can easily set up an account to establish their annual pledge and choose one-time or recurring donations.


Cash or Check  – Donations may be placed in the offering plate with or without offering envelopes. Checks and money orders can also be mailed to 574 S Sheldon Rad, Plymouth, MI 48170.

Credit Card / Online Donations – Our SecureGive program offers the opportunity to make a one-time gift to St. John’s as a Guest, or you may register for future use. Click HERE to make an online donation. Donations to our operating fund are greatly appreciated. You are also welcome to support the building fund or Priest discretionary fund if you prefer.   

Pledges – All who call St. John’s their “church home” are encouraged to pledge their support for the ongoing ministry, operations, and mission of our community. Pledging allows us to forecast and plan our budget priorities for the coming year.

To make a Pledge online, click on the “Sign-Up” button on the top Right, and set up an account here: Once you have an account set up you can go into “My Account” and make a pledge for the year. You may also set up a “Recurring” payment to go towards your pledge.

Altar Flowers or Ambry Lights – If you would like to donate to the Alter Flower Fund, Or Honor someone through the Alter Flowers or Ambry Light Fund, Please see the envelope in the hallway or contact our Office.

Charitable Gift Funds – Gifts can be designated to St. John’s Plymouth from any Charitable Gift fund. If you need further information, please contact our Office.

Qualified Charitable Distributions
A qualified charitable distribution (QCD) is generally a nontaxable distribution made directly by the trustee of your IRA (other than a SEP or SIMPLE IRA) to an organization eligible to receive tax deductible contributions. You must be at least age 70½ when the distribution was made. Also, you must have the same type of acknowledgment of your contribution that you would need to claim a deduction for charitable contribution. See “Records To Keep” in IRS Pub. 526. The maximum annual exclusion for QCDs is $100,000. Please consult your tax professional concerning any questions.

Legacy Fund – There are various opportunities to support the Legacy Fund at St. John’s Plymouth. Please contact the office in to get connected with our Treasurer.