Great Things Happen When You Give to
University United Methodist Church

 

Your giving is an act of worship and makes possible the ministry of changing lives, transforming communities and renewing the church.  In addition to offerings given through the offering plate, there are three ways to give:

 

1. You may give by check or cash through the offerings collected in the worship services.

2. You may make one time or recurring gifts through online giving using your debit or credit card.

3. You may make regular contributions through Electronic Fund transfers from your bank account.

You may mail your contribution to University United Methodist Church at 5084 De Zavala Road, San Antonio, Texas 78249.

There are other questions about financial matters and you can click on Frequently asked questions and see if your question has been addressed. Other questions about giving at University can be answered by contacting  Debbie Vignes, Finance Director at debbie.vignes@theu.org

 

 

 

When you give you are being faithful to scripture: Matthew 28:19-20

Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age."

 

What are Apportionments?
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What are APPORTIONMENTS? 
The main way we support the ministries of the church is through our apportioned funds, a method of giving that proportionally allocates the church-wide budget to conferences and local churches.  For United Methodists this method of giving has become a strong, generous tradition.  

Together, through our connected congregations, we accomplish what no single church, district or annual conference ever could hope to do alone. In this way, each individual, each family, each congregation gives a fair share for the church's work. We combine our prayers, presence, gifts and service to make a significant difference in the lives of God's people.  Learn more about apportionments here.