Ways to Give at PCC

Giving is an act of faith.  At Piedmont Community Church, we encourage our members and friends to give faithfully and generously of their time, talent and financial resources.  That’s what makes every aspect of our mission and ministry possible, by God’s grace.  Click the links to the right for more information on how to give.

“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.”
– 1 Peter: 4:10

Opportunities to Serve

There are all sorts of ways to give your time and talent by serving God and other people through the various ministries and mission partners of PCC – ranging from occasional or one-time commitments, to regular events or ongoing groups you can join.  You will also find some ways to “be served” as well.


Each fall, members and friends are invited to prayerfully make a financial pledge (estimate of giving) for the coming program year.  PCC’s Board of Trustees determines our ministry priorities and sets the annual budget based on pledged commitments. We are grateful for every person who is able to contribute to our shared mission and ministry. Quarterly and year-end statements are sent to all who give. If you would like to make a financial commitment or gift to the church, please check out or Stewardship page.


The Wallace & Mary Alexander Founders Circle recognizes those who would like to give to the Endowment Fund and support the future of Piedmont Community Church. You can contribute to the fund as a way of affirming your commitment to God and reflecting PCC’s importance in your life, while ensuring its legacy of faithful worship and service to the glory of God and for the benefit of future generations.


There are many other ways to give financially to benefit the mission and ministry of PCC; whether it is a one-time donation, or a gift to our annual Christmas Alternative Gift Market, or the many other opportunities each year to support the mission and ministry of PCC.

Click here to make your donation.