Your gifts make ministry happen. Our mission is to share the hope of Jesus Christ with people in Seattle and around the world. When you give here, you make that happen.
We are a group of people on mission together, and we’re excited about what God is doing in and through our church community. When you give to UPC, lives are transformed. People are fed, baptized, visited, counseled, prayed for, encouraged, taught, and loved—all in the name of Jesus. Your gifts here matter.
Ways to Give
Mobile Device Giving
AUTOMATIC BILL PAY
Many banks offer a convenient online bill pay option for one-time or recurring gifts. Contact your bank for information.
CHECKS AND CASH
Give at UPC or mail to University Presbyterian Church, 4540 15th Ave NE, Seattle, 98105. Offering envelopes available by request.
Non-Cash Gifts, Stock, Property, IRAs and other assets can easily be gifted to UPC. Contact Jennifer (206.524.7301 x194).
DONOR ADVISED FUNDS
It’s easy to make a grant to UPC from a donor-advised fund (such as the National Christian Foundation or Schwab Charitable Giving). Contact Jennifer (206.524.7301 x194).
Including UPC in your estate plans ensures that UPC can share hope in Jesus Christ with future generations. Contact Jennifer (206.524.7301 x194).
We give because every single thing that we have—time, money, talents—has been entrusted to us by God. Scripture teaches us that one way to thank God for his blessings is to return a generous portion of them back to him. Being a generous giver is an essential part of living in a way that honors Jesus Christ. Giving is also an act of worship, which is why it’s a part of our services each week.
Try it. We encourage you to give generously to fund God’s work in the world. You’ll be delighted as you watch your gifts make ministry happen. It’s the best investment you can make.
Where Does My Gift Go?
Your gifts make ministry happen. Here’s what that looked like last year:+ UPC supported 72 missionaries in 26 countries.
+ Global Friends welcomed 225 international students and families each week
+ 69,160 meals were prepared in Geneva Kitchen (and 17,900 cookies made)
+ 74 new members joined
+ 13 adults and 30 infants were baptized
+ Deacons delivered poinsettias to over 100 homebound members
+ The Language Institute served students from 32 different countries through ESL classes and tutoring
+ 36 barrels of food were collected for the University Food Bank
+ Over 120 women attended midweek groups for moms
+ UPC's mental health advocate served an average of 65 people each week
+ UPC sent 102 university students on mission trips to Serbia, India, The Dominican Republic, and more
UPC voluntarily engages in an independent financial audit each year, and consistently receives the highest marks. Your gifts are well-stewarded here.Contact Us