Giving to Wake Forest Presbyterian
There are several ways and reasons to give to Wake Forest Presbyterian Church. Your tithes, offerings and the sharing of your time and talents are vital to the ministry of our church. Please prayerfully consider how God is leading you to support the ministries at WFPC.
WFPC encourages you to give cheerfully, sacrificially, and consistently in remembrance of the One who gave the greatest gift of all. Your generosity is a reminder of God’s greatest gift – the gift of eternal life.
On Sundays you may place a check or cash in the offering plate. Use the envelopes mailed to your home, or request a supply of giving envelopes.
You are also welcome to mail or drop off your check in person at the church office. The address is:
Wake Forest Presbyterian Church
12605 Capital Boulevard
Wake Forest, NC 27587
Payments by an online banking bill paying service should be sent to this address as well. Please include your Church Envelope Number in the memo field if possible.
Donations of Stock are gladly accepted as gifts to the church. To initiate a stock transfer or for information regarding stock donations, please contact Mike Baer at 919-554-3743. The account is managed by Edward Jones Investments.
General Fund: All contributions given to WFPC are used to support the ministries, missions, staff, facility and outreach programs of WFPC. Each year WFPC collects monetary pledges through a managed generosity campaign to support the work of the church at large. The Session submits a recommended annual budget to the congregation at the Annual Meeting for approval. Unless otherwise designated, offerings made to WFPC are placed in the General Operating Account to meet the budget needs.
Gifts to WFPC go beyond the walls of our church and reach into the lives of those in our local community and around the world to help with disaster relief, hunger, and poverty. Making an annual financial pledge and fulfilling that pledge to WFPC enables us to fund through the ministry and mission of WFPC so that we may grow in our relationships to God and others.