Making a pledge helps both you and Pullen to plan responsibly for our yearly spending and enables us to allocate funds in ways that support our community as well as our ministries in the world. To pledge, please scroll down or CLICK HERE TO PLEDGE.
You may use this form to make a one-time donation to the church’s general fund, or contribute to a particular project or event. After entering your payment information below, you will be redirected to PayPal to complete the transaction through their secure website. No credit card information is maintained by, or accessible to, Pullen Memorial Baptist Church.
The forms above allow you to schedule recurring credit card donations on a monthly or weekly basis for a period of 12 months or 52 weeks. In order to establish a recurring payment, you will be redirected to PayPal and asked to create a PayPal account. Please keep in mind that any contributions made via PayPal are subject to a 2.2 percent service charge before Pullen Memorial Baptist Church can access the funds. (i.e., if a recurring monthly donation of $100 is established, the net donation Pullen receives will be $97.80 per month.)
At Pullen, we strive to live generously in all aspects of our life together. This means that we seek to be generous with our time, our compassion, our resources and our money. Our core values around giving are that we give from a place of grace, not guilt; out of opportunity, not obligation; from freedom, not compulsion; in joy, not out of dread; and by persuasion, not pressure.
Our generosity is grounded in God’s generosity toward us. It is our faith and our desire to live out our faith daily that summons us to share what has been entrusted to us with others. We take our cue on how to do this from the story of the widow in the Gospel of Mark:
There came a poor widow who dropped in two tiny coins, together worth a penny. Jesus called the disciples to him and said, “Truly I tell you: this poor widow has given more than all those giving to the treasury; for the others who have given had more than enough, but she, with less than enough, has given all she had to live on.” Mark 12:42-44
Everyone can excel in the spirit of generosity. It is not the dollar amount, but the desire and the willingness to give generously. One does not have to be rich to be a generous giver.