ONLINE GIVING

Thank you for your support!

Click the "Donate" link below to make an online donation to Lutheran Church of the Resurrection.

You do not have to have a PayPal account - you may pay by credit card.

 

Note: You can designate what you would like to put your gift toward - click on "use this donation for," and select an option.

Donations are currently being directed toward:

General (General Fund) - This money goes toward the operation of the church and all of its programs.

Mission - 100% of the money donated to "Mission" is given to the Ministry of the month. January/February Ministy of the month is the FLY Program.

Ukraine - 100% of the money donated to "Ukraine" is given to Lutheran World Relief's Ukraine fund.

New Sign Fund - The money given to this fund is used to pay for our new outdoor sign, which promotes our activities and ministries to over 8000 people on a daily basis.

Living Legacy Fund - The LCR's Living Legacy Fund's purpose is to provide ministry, education, and stewardship opportunities for the church that is in addition and apart from the general operation of the church. An example of that is Diana Butler Bass' appearance at Lutheran Church of the Resurrection in November 2023.

2024 One-Time Gift - The 2024 Fall Stewardship Appeal One-Time Gift will go toward Wee Wisdom Pre-School.

EWALU - Our Lent Soup Supper Love Offerings will be given to Camp Ewalu's "Cedar at 60" Fundraiser to update their central gathering space! The first $600 in donations will be matched by LCR's Living Legacy Fund.

Personal Care Kits - Donations will be used to complete Personal Care Kits for Lutheran World Relief.

Donate via Venmo - @lcrmarion (Resurrection Lutheran)

We give as a tangible expression of thanksgiving to God, as an act of worship, and as an act of faith and trust in God. We give because we recognize that all of life is a gift from God. But we also give to invest in and make possible the ministries of our church. Nothing happens without the generosity of our members giving their time and resources. The earliest expressions of worship in the Bible did not involve singing or sermons. Instead God’s people brought an offering − some portion of their income (at the time grain, or livestock) as an expression of thanksgiving to God.

 

You will be enriched in every way for your great generosity, which will produce thanksgiving to God through us; for the rendering of this ministry not only supplies the needs of the saints but also overflows with many thanksgivings to God.
-2 Corinthians 9:11-12

Other ways to give

1. Weekly envelopes (available from the office). Checks may be mailed to the church: Lutheran Church of the Resurrection; 3500 29th Ave; Marion, IA  52302.

 

2. Simply Giving EFT allows you to give every week, month, or quarter as you choose. You don't have to remember to bring a physical check to church and the church receives a steady income!

 

Please download the form below, print it, complete the information, sign it, and bring it back to the church. If you are signing up for Simply Giving the first time, please attach a voided check. If you are just making an update to your giving, no voided check is required.

Simply Giving form (click to download)

Mail to: Lutheran Church of the Resurrection; attn: Recording Secretary; 3500 29th Avenue; Marion, IA 52302

 

3. Appreciated Assets – Lutheran Church of the Resurrection can accept gifts of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, works of art, land, real estate and other types of personal property. We encourage you to talk with your financial advisor before making any gift of this type to the church.

 

4. Retirement accounts – Distributions from retirement accounts such as IRA’s and qualified retirement plans may be given.  Part or all of your post age 70 ½ IRA Distribution may be given directly to LCR and excluded from AGI.  Naming Lutheran Church of the Resurrection as a beneficiary on an IRA or pension account allows a distribution at death to pass tax-free to the church.

 

5. Life Insurance - There are special ways you can use life insurance as a gift-giving device.  Some examples include:

  • Give the cash value accumulated in a policy.
  • Donate the annual dividends of a policy
  • Designate the church as the beneficiary of the policy