Donations to St. John’s Episcopal Church, Zion Parish
St. John’s Episcopal Church funds its mission through donations from parishioners, the community and through year round fund raising activities. Donations to St. John’s are tax deductible.
Using the address below, you can send donations directly to St. John’s:
St. John’s Episcopal Church PO Box 14 Beltsville, MD 20705
At St. John’s, we are providing the option to make electronic offerings or donations.
Members can use Zelle using the church’s email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have also selected VANCO as our eGiving provider to process your offerings and donations electronically. If you select the secure Online tool to submit your offerings or donations, please complete the Online Donation box below. After your transaction is completed, you will receive an e-mail with details of your transaction.
VANCO is trusted by more than 22,000 churches nationwide to provide convenient and secure eGiving tools.
The following eGiving tools are available to process offerings or donations:
- Online – Collect donations and payments from our Website.
- Mobile – A smartphone app that makes eGiving easy from anywhere.
- Swipe – An on-site card reader for a quick and easy one-time payment.
Why online giving?
Online giving is an easy and convenient way to make offerings or donations at any time and any place. Such payment transactions can be made from either your saving account, checking account, debit or credit card. The eGiving option
eliminates the task of writing checks. In addition, you are able to establish a recurring payment plan for future offerings or donations.
As we look for easy and simple ways to stay current with our financial obligations, we encourage you to consider using any of the eGiving tools described above.
Regardless of the online tools you select, St. John’s will receive a record of your offerings or donations, which will be recorded in our financial record-keeping system. All fees associated with your payment transactions will be the responsibility of St. John’s.