Giving

Giving

Your tithes and gifts are vital to the daily ministry taking place in and through Hunter Street. We ask that you would prayerfully consider how God is leading you to give.

You may choose the convenience of giving online using your debit or credit card or online check.

We encourage a lifestyle of fiscal responsibility and do not advocate credit card indebtedness. The church does pay a processing fee for online contributions.

Stewardship

Financial stewardship is the biblical responsibility of all those who join our church. (Malachi 3:10)

Our Financial Office works with the Finance Committee to set budgets and administer the use of tithes and offerings. The annual budget is available in the Church office.

The Finance Office prepares and mails one annual contribution statement to contributors following the end of the calendar year in which your donation(s) was given.

Questions about giving may be directed to the Finance Office at 205.985.7295 or contact Patti Scoggins.

 Financial stewardship is the biblical responsibility of all those who join Hunter Street. God says in Malachi 3:10:

“Bring the full tithes into the storehouse…” and in 1 Corinthians 16:2: “On the first day of every week, each of you is to put something aside and store it up, as he may prosper…”

Our Financial Office works with the Finance Committee to set budgets and administer the use of tithes and offerings. The annual budget is available in the Church office.

The Finance Office prepares and mails one annual contribution statement to contributors following the end of the calendar year in which your donation(s) was given.

Questions about giving may be directed to the Finance Office at 205.985.7295 or contact Patti Scoggins.

Missions Giving

Hunter Street encourages our members to participate in the two missions offerings that take place yearly: The Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions and the Annie Armstrong East Offering for North American Missions.

Plan Your Legacy - Estate Planning

Did you know that over 70% of Americans do not have an up-to-date will or estate plan? This means that the vast majority of Americans do not have a will or trust that matches their current goals with their estate plan. If you already have a plan, does it take into account the most recent tax laws?

At Hunter Street, we want to provide some “layman friendly” estate planning information that can enable you to protect your family and be a wise steward of what He has entrusted you with.

If you just want to get down to business, you can click on the Estate Plan Organizer on any page and walk yourself through a tutorial/data gathering process. At the end, you can print it at home or ask for help. All of the information you log in is confidential. The Estate Plan Organizer does not ask for social security numbers or bank account numbers. No one will see your entries unless you submit at the end and ask for help.

In that case, PhilanthroCorp (a Christ-centered estate planning firm) will be in touch to serve you in any way they can.

If you have questions, please contact Morrell Dodd, Administrator.

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