Ways to Give

Visit our online portal to make a one time or recurring donation. You can select payment categories from our drop down menu to designate a specific fund, or leave it on its default category of “tithes” (which goes into the general fund).

First time users: Clicking the link above will take you to our church’s Pushpay page. From there, you will be able to make a payment as a guest OR you will be able to create an account. To do this, you will click on “Manage Account” in the upper right hand corner of the screen. From there, you should see a “login with account” and a “don’t have an account” link. The “don’t have an account” link will redirect to a page where you can enter your personal information, including email or phone number. To activate your account, you will need to receive an email or text that you will then have to open to verify your contact information. Completing the verification process should allow you to finalize account set up.

Text phone number “77977” with the keyword PONTEVEDRAAPP as your message. You will receive a text response with a download link for our church app. After you have downloaded the app, you will be walked through the set-up process, including the option to “join” different groups for messaging (i.e. H2O Youth, Kids, etc). Once you have finalized the app set-up, you can enter payments using the “Give” button located on the bottom right hand corner of the screen.

Additionally, you will now be able to see upcoming and current events for Ponte Vedra Church.

Mail a check to Ponte Vedra Church at 76 S Roscoe Blvd, Ponte Vedra, FL 32082. Our mailbox is a locking unit, so all mailed payments are secured until a church employee opens the box.

Please note on your check if giving is for a specific fund. All unmarked checks are assigned to the “General Fund”.

Place your offering in one of the boxes located along the alter rail or on the tables as you enter the Sanctuary.

Please note on your check if giving is for a specific fund. All unmarked checks are assigned to the “General Fund”.