Electronic Giving

St. James parish encourages electronic giving. Our parish relies on regular giving by its parishioners to carry out its mission. If you forget a check or to stop by an ATM for cash or if you are away, you may be unable to donate to the Sunday parish offering. Making your regular donation electronically to St. James eliminates these problems. It is very easy to set up automatic electronic giving. There are currently two options for electronic giving available to parishioners at St. James.

Please contact the Offertory Coordinator Karla Gainey at 304-725-5558 ext. 240 if you have any questions or need additional information.

1.Online Giving
     Click the Give button to create your own profile and manage your donations.                                                                                                                                                  

 

 

 2. EFT giving by submitting a form to the Parish Office
     Click the Print button to access the form.  Submit the completed form to the Parish Office.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

 

 

3. Bill Pay
Your bank will send a check to St. James and this service is provided free by MOST banks. It is very helpful to include a remark in the memo field that provides your church envelope number and states whether the contribution is for the General Offertory (1st collection), the Building Fund (2nd collection), or split between both.  You can call the parish office if you need to get your envelope number. The correct mailing address for St. James is 49 Crosswinds Drive Charles Town, WV 25414. By using this method to contribute you are in charge of when the check is sent and you can make any changes to your contribution (change dates/amounts /delay or stop payments) directly with your bank without contacting the parish office.

Since some banks do this method differently from others it is best to contact your bank for more information.

 

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