901 North J Street Tacoma

909 North J Street (office)

253.627.8371

Thank you for being a crucial part of our ministry through your gifts.

Giving Online

Secure, online giving is available for one-time and recurring gifts. Thank you for your support!

Online Pledge

Help boost our annual pledge drive, and make it a shorter, smoother process by pledging anytime of the year. Pledges allow us to create a budget plan, enabling us to continue building a community of faith where all are welcome, by sustaining current ministries and adding new ones when the need and opportunity arise.

Giving by Check

Thank you for your support of the ministries of Immanuel! Please make your check payable to “Immanuel Presbyterian Church” or simply “IPC” and on the memo line indicate your giving preference (name of project, type of ministry – pledge, memorial, Deacons Fund, flowers etc.).

Place your check in the offering plate on Sunday, or mail to: Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 909 North J Street, Tacoma, WA 98403.

Memorial

Gifts may be made in memory of or in tribute to a passed away loved one or friend. Immanuel will acknowledge the gift to the family of the one being remembered. For details, contact the office.

Estate and Planned Giving

You may want to consider Estate and Planned Giving as an important part of building your personal legacy— one that will make an ongoing difference, helping others now and in the future. If Immanuel has been a blessing to you, perhaps you'd like to provide assistance to expand ministries in the future. As an example we have the Virginia F Ward Scholarship fund to help members and family attending college and the Walter Lowrie Speaker Series which brings in guest speakers from around the country to speak on various thought provoking, timely and inspiring topics.

Proper planning can reduce estate taxes, leaving more money for family members and gifting. You can name IPC in your will, trust or beneficiary designations. You can also make lifetime donations at any time.

We would love to journey with you through this important process. To discuss or request information about estate planning or planned giving, contact the office.