Give — Jesus gave everything for us, and it’s our joy to give back to him in support of the work he is doing here in Richmond and around the world.

Give Online

Set up a recurring payment or give a one-time donation through Remnant Online, our church’s secure social networking platform. You do not have to be a registered member to give online.

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Sunday Gatherings

If you wish to present your gifts and offerings in person, we have baskets setup in the corners of the Sanctuary during our Sunday gatherings. To learn more about when and where we meet see our visitor’s section.

Mail Contributions

If you would prefer to send your contributions by mail, you may do so by making your check out to “Remnant Church” and mailing it to:

Remnant Church
12 N 19th Street
Richmond, VA 23223

Donations of Stocks and Securities

Remnant Church is also able to receive donations of stocks and securities. If you would like to donate to Remnant Church through a stock transfer, email seanpyle@remnantrva.com for further instructions.

All contributions are secure and tax-deductible. You will receive a year-end giving statement for your records. Members of Remnant Church will also receive quarterly giving updates.

To request a giving statement, email seanpyle@remnantrva.com.

Why We Give

Despite our tendency to shy away from the topic, nearly one quarter of Jesus’ teaching was about money. The truth is that money is morally neutral, but what we do with our money reveals something much deeper — what’s in our hearts (Matthew 6:21). God is the creator and owner of everything, so we are merely stewards of His stuff (1 Chronicles 29:14).

Remnant encourages members and regular attenders to follow the Biblical model of giving cheerfully (2 Corinthians 9:7) and sacrificially (Psalm 4:5). Contributing financially to the work of the church out of our “firstfruits” is both a renunciation of greed as an idol and an acknowledgement that all we have been given is given to us by God and is to be used for his purposes (Matthew 25:14-30). It is an expression of worship in response to all that God has done in our midst.