Give

Your giving is an investment in transforming lives.

We are in the business of transforming lives - inside and outside the church. Your support helps people of all ages at Salem to fully experience the love of God through worship, education, and caring ministries. It empowers the spreading of Good News throughout the community with special events, outreach, and concerts that share the love of Jesus. And your giving feeds people - spiritually and physically -in St. Louis and around the world. Salem’s Nutrition and Literacy focused ministries seek to bring hope and a brighter future to future generations. With your generosity, Christ’s life-changing love is made real. Thank you for transforming lives!

Ways To Give

Here are some easy ways to support our church.

Give Online

Electronic giving is secure, quick and easy.  One-time and recurring gifts are simple to set up using a debit or credit card, or from a bank account. By setting up a bank transfer or EFT, approximately 3% more of your gift will go to ministry compared to a credit card transaction.

Text To Give

Text “Give” with a dollar amount to (314) 888-9160. The first time, you will be asked to complete a one-time form, safely linking your credit card to your smart phone. You will receive a text confirming your gift. After your first gift you will be able to give with a single text.

Give In Person

In Person – During Sunday services or come by the Salem office

By Mail – Salem United Methodist Church, 1200 S. Lindbergh Blvd., St. Louis 63131

Legacy Giving

Appreciated Stock Gifts

or qualified charitable distributions are also giving options. Contact Jennifer Horne for more information at (314) 991-0546.

Planned Giving

is one way of furthering your commitment and stewardship by remembering Salem in your will, trust, or as a designated beneficiary of another assest.

Memorial Giving

is a wonderful and meaningful way to remember our loved ones. To discuss how you can make a difference with a legacy gift please contact Rev. Deborah LeMoine (314) 991-0546.

By working hard we must help the weak. In this way we remember the Lord Jesus’ words: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’
Acts 20:35