To make a secure, one-time or recurring gift, click the button above and follow the simple instructions.
For enhanced security, you’ll be asked to verify your identity with your cell phone number.
Shop & Support
Support St. Mark’s programs, ministries and facilities when you shop online. Click the link to find out more…
Text To Give
Text “Give” to 301-478-8500
You’ll be asked to register your bank or credit card information if it’s your first time. After that, you can simple text to give. Or, text EDIT to update your information, set up a recurring gift, and check the status of your gift.
All sensitive financial information is stored with the highest bank level security. Your phone number will never be sold, traded, or given to third parties. You will only be texted to confirm your giving.
Online Giving will provide an easy, convenient, and secure way to tithe and give offerings on a regular basis without having to acquire envelopes or write checks. Once you sign up, you can choose to give automatically with a one-time amount, or you can set u recurring amounts. Online Giving is done through a third-party, ShelbyGiving Services, that we have contracted with to securely accept these contributions, provide reports to the church, and to cut down on the administrative side of things. Because of this, the church does not see any of your bank account information.
Give from the convenience of your own home with a few mouse clicks. No more check writing. No more forgetting to bring your check to church on Sunday morning.
We hope that your experience with our Online Giving endeavor is a pleasant one. If you have any questions or concerns, please let the Finance Team know. Also check out our Online Giving Frequently Asked Questions:
St. Mark’s provides Giving Envelops with an assigned number to all members and those who wish to track their tithes and offerings. If you would like to receive your Giving Envelops please contact a member of the Finance or Membership Ministry Teams.
“Whoever gathers money little by little makes it grow.” Proverbs 13:11