Stewardship - helping the church plan responsibly
You can help the Church plan responsibly by completing a "covenant of giving" card which is mailed in October or available through the business office. You can also submit an estimate of your giving for the current or upcoming year online.
In recognition that everything we have is a gift from God, we give a portion in return. These gifts sustain the work and outreach of this congregation and its pastors. You can give at any time through our online giving portal or by calling the office at 918-301-1034 during business hours.
Like good stewards … serve one another with whatever gift each of you has received1 Peter 4:10
How do you respond to the gift of God’s grace?
How do your finances reflect your priorities?
Giving is also an act of worship, proclaiming Jesus Christ as Lord over our lives and our finances. We can reflect this attitude by giving a percentage of our income. Many Christians traditionally “tithe” 10 percent, what the Bible calls our “first fruits.” Whenever we surrender our hard-earned resources, it’s an act of giving up control and that is never easy to do! By putting God first in our finances, we believe the rest of our life will be reordered as well.
An accountable partner in giving.
Support the foundation
The First Presbyterian Church of Tulsa Foundation was founded in 1962 as a lasting and sustainable means to support the ministries of the Church. Today the Foundation gives an annual gift over $500,000 to the Church’s annual budget for worship, discipleship, and missions. Gifts large and small support this good work, including birthday gifts, honorariums/memorials, or planned gifts as a part of your estate plan.
Contact the business office
To learn more about giving at First Church or to submit a gift over the phone, contact Kelle Roberts in the church business office at 918-301-1033.
Jeremy Case, Member
It’s not just our duty, but our pleasure to be able to turn around and give something back … when we see the things the Church is able to do with the little bit that we’re able to contribute, it’s just incredibly rewarding.