Support Us/Donate

There are many ways that you can support St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Prescott or St.Andrew’s-Knox Presbyterian Church in  Spencerville. Below is a list of donation methods and a description of how you can make your valuable and appreciated contribution to St. Andrews.

In -Person Donations

Our worship services are usually Sunday mornings 9:15 a.m. in Spencerville and 11:00 a.m. in Prescott. Yes, offerings are collected during the service so if you want to make an in-person donation, come and join us Sunday mornings.

While money is always useful (and needed), we really welcome the opportunity to meet you in person – to get to know you and support you in your own faith journey.

Online Donations (Prescott only)

You can donate to St. Andrew’s, Prescott through CanadaHelps.org. You can donate to the general fund, or for a specific project.

To donate to our GENERAL FUND, click on the RED button below. Be sure to say that it is for the “General Fund” in the message box.

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To help us become completely accessible to those have trouble with stairs, donate to our ELEVATOR FUND. Click on the GREEN button below. Be sure to say that it is for the “Elevator Fund” in the message box.

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To donate to our POINTING FUND, click on the BLUE button below. Be sure to say that it is for the “Pointing Fund” in the message box.

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Planned Giving (either or both churches)

You can also support the church and its various ministries through planned giving (wills, bequests, life insurance, gift annuities, publicly traded securities). These can give significant tax benefits to one’s estate.

The Presbyterian Church in Canada has resources available to help with estate planning.  For more information, please contact us or visit the Presbyterian Church in Canada’s Planned Giving page.