Online Giving is secure, fast, and simple to use.  Users are directed right to the online giving form.  Recurring giving can easily be set up, email receipts are instantly generated, and giving history is readily tracked.
Our online giving options include our General Fund, Elevator/Construction Fund, Pastor’s Discretionary Fund and Vacation Bible School.  There is a nominal fee which donors can opt to cover, otherwise, SUMC will cover.
If you should have any questions or need additional information, please contact the Church Administrator at 717-993-2507.
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Mail A Check

If you wish to mail a donation directly to Stewartstown United Methodist Church please send to the address below:
26 South Main Street
Stewartstown, PA  17363

A Note About Year End Giving

As 2023 comes to a close, people often review their future financial plans as well as consider making charitable gifts. Practically, tax-deductible charitable gifts providing savings on the 2023 federal tax return for those who itemize, can still be made. Spiritually, the Bible teaches that giving blesses the giver as well as those who receive the gift or the ministries the gifts provide. Giving to God brings joy to the giver, and being generous brings satisfaction to the soul that is not experienced in any other way. Please consider including additional gifts to God through the ministry and mission of the Stewartstown United Methodist Church in your giving this year.

Making a gift from appreciated stock or mutual funds benefits you and the church. You may receive a charitable income tax deduction for the full fair market value of the stock or mutual fund. You will also avoid federal and state capital gains tax on the appreciated value of the stock. The church can sell the stock and use 100% of the proceeds for ministry.

Other giving opportunities include Creating a Donor-Advised Fund (immediate tax break for a full donation to the fund, from where monies will be distributed over time) and making a Qualified Charitable Distribution from your IRA to the church (applies only to those 70 ½ or older) which avoids reporting the IRA transfer as income. It is advisable to consult with your financial planner or tax accountant in advance to determine how these gifts may affect your personal tax situation.