Live Generously

Donations to Peachtree City United Methodist Church are used to sustain and expand our mission to reach out to our neighbors and connect them with Jesus.

Why We Give

Generosity describes the Christian’s unselfish willingness to give in order to make a positive difference for the purposes of Christ.  Congregations that practice Extravagant Generosity provide ministries that address our spiritual need to give in ways that exceed all expectations and extend to unexpected measures. Fruitful congregations thrive because of extraordinary sharing, willing sacrifice, and joyous giving out of love for God and neighbor.

Through the practice of Extravagant Generosity, we offer our material resources in a manner that supports the causes that transform life and relieve suffering and that enlarges the soul and sustains the spirit. God uses our giving to reconfigure our interior lives and form us anew.  We give back.

Ways To Give

We offer a variety of gift methods to ensure that giving is convenient and secure. These methods include

Debit and Credit Cards as well as Electronic Funds Transfer (e-check) directly from your bank can be handled through ONLINE GIVING and our website. Options are available to make a one-time gift or to establish a recurring gift.
CLICK HERE and you will be taken to the Peachtree City Web Account login page. Sign in to your account or click to create a new account. Follow the prompts to make your tax deductible donation.

With Give+ Church, you can use your mobile device to make secure, convenient one-time or recurring donations to any church that uses Vanco Payment Solutions. Simply search Give+ for your church you want to give to, select a fund and the amount you’d like to donate, provide your debit or credit or bank account information, and complete your donation. Give+ allows you to quickly and easily give to your church via smartphone; set up recurring or one-time donations; choose whether to log in or donate as a guest; securely and conveniently manage your donations using Fingerprint, PIN, or password.

With this option, you can use your cell phone to make a contribution to the church quickly and easily. Simply send a text of a contribution amount to 770-574-6741. Be sure to include the $ symbol before the amount ($100). The system will generate a text back to you with a link to register.
Click on that link and enter your cardholder name and credit or debit information. If you wish to donate your gift to Faith Promise, simply add the code FP following the amount ($100 FP). Once your registration is complete and received, you will receive text verification and a receipt via email. You only need to register the first time you use the system. For future giving, simply send the amount you wish to give, and it will process automatically.

Give the traditional way by cash or check in one of our worship services. If you give cash and would like to receive contribution credit for tax purposes, please use an offering envelope located in the red folder located in your row.
Checks should be made payable to PTCUMC or Peachtree City United Methodist Church. Checks can be mailed to Peachtree City UMC, Attn: Finance Office, 225 Robinson Road, Peachtree City, GA 30269.

If your gift is for a fund other than the general operating budget (such as Faith Promise), please indicate that on the offering envelope or on the memo line of your check. This will ensure that your contribution is applied to the correct account.

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Decide to Give

We may think that our financial resources are our own. But when we recall that the time, the energy, the good health, and the opportunities for employment behind these dollars are all gifts from God, we see that the funds belong to God, too. We are the stewards; God is the owner. So questions about what we earn, how we earn it, how we save, spend, and give it away are all questions of Christian stewardship.


One vital aspect of our stewardship is our giving to Christ’s work in the world. We’ve learned that giving is most effective when we commit ourselves to give a definite proportion of our income through the church. For many, this proportion is one-tenth, or a tithe. Whatever the amount, we have discovered the joy in giving to God the “first fruits,” an amount “off the top” of our income, not what’s left over at the end of the month.

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