Donate by Mail
Old Stone Church
Attn: Financial Office
91 Public Square
Cleveland, OH 44113
Checks should be made payable to “Old Stone Church.” If you would like to designate your contribution to one of Old Stone’s mission projects, please make a note on the memo line of your check.
There are Several Ways to Donate
to Old Stone Church
Stewardship is NOT an event or a campaign...it is a spiritual practice.
As Old Stone Church enters the year of Stewardship, each member should reflect upon the abundant blessings that God has bestowed upon us. Consider the ways that you can contribute through your time, your talents, and your financial resources to the vibrant tapestry of our Old Stone Church community.
Pledge cards were mailed out on Monday, October 9th. Consecration Sunday is Sunday, November 12th.
If you did not receive your pledge card or misplaced it, please call 216-241-6145 or email Anthony@oldstonechurch.org
Yours in Christ.
The Old Stone Church Stewardship Committee
One-Time or Recurring Gift
As the late Winston Churchill said, “we make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give.” In the Old Stone Church, stewardship isn’t simply an obligation of Christian discipleship; it is a profound act of worship and a direct response to the amazing grace of God.
Let’s make this year the year of generosity!
Consider making a donation to Old Stone Church. Questions? Contact our finance department for more information.
How Can We Help You?
Leave a Legacy
What is the Old Stone Church Legacy Society? How do I become a Legacy Society member?
For the year 2023, our per capita apportionment is $36.50 per member, of which $23.40 stays in our Presbytery, $3.25 goes to the Synod, and $9.85 is given to the General Assembly.
Old Stone Church is required to pay the per capita to the larger church, and it is included in the budget as an expense. By making a contribution of $36.50, in addition to your regular giving, you will allow Old Stone Church to use its budget to fund other programs and missions.
Consider your per capita contribution as an opportunity to participate equally and independently in sharing the responsibilities of the larger work of the Presbyterian Church!