Giving is a way we say thank you to God for all the ways he’s blessed us. When you give to the Duluth Vineyard, you support many initiatives that care for our church, our community, and the world. The most effective way to give is to set up an online account. It’s secure and you have the option of giving one time or regularly.
The Duluth Vineyard is committed to being a generous church in our church family, generous in our community, and generous in our world for the glory of God. We seek to extend mercy and justice into a broken world and to help people grow in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
“Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” – II Corinthians 9:7
The Vineyard is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization and relies on your generosity as we partner together to extend the gospel in our church, our community, and our world. You can make a one time offering right now by using the form to the left, or you can schedule regular giving by by getting in contact with us.
If you have any questions about how to give, or about obtaining contribution statements, please get in touch below so that we can help you.
Other Ways to Give
While at church, simply place cash or checks in the offering basket.
Bank Initiated Checks
Many banks offer a “bill pay” service. You can automatically schedule your giving by having your bank send checks directly to the Vineyard.
Stock and other Non-Cash Donations
You may own some stocks, bonds, or some item of value that can be converted into cash, which you feel called to contribute. If you choose to give with this option, please contact our Business Office for assistance or call 218-525-3462.
If you would like to explore a biblical understanding of stewardship as it relates to estate planning, please contact our Business Office at (218) 525-3462 for more information.
Many of us have experienced the God of hope filling us with his joy and peace. And as a result our lives have begun to overflow with hope, just the way Paul wrote that they would. We believe that God has created us to be a community who experiences his hope in such a way that it overflows onto all those around us.