Your mother probably told you it is better to give than to receive. At St. John’s, we believe both are important. We offer several ways to support St John’s ministries:

Annual pledges.

To read about our most recent pledge campaign click here. All are welcome and encouraged to support St John’s through an annual financial commitment or pledge. These pledges support our daily operations, our outreach, our Christian Education programs and our various ministries. You let the church know what amount you feel called to give each year – then we can provide offering envelopes or you can opt for automatic withdrawal or online giving (see below). Contact the office at 612.922.0396 or to receive a pledge card.

Fourth Sunday

On the fourth Sunday of each month, we pass an additional offering basket during the Sunday services for contributions to our justice and peace work.

Automatic withdrawal

If you’d like to have your financial pledge automatically withdrawn from your checking account each month – saving you time and money, and making your deposits more consistent for St John’s – you can set up an auto-withdrawal system. You can find the form here.  Fill it out and email to or drop it off in the office.

Periodic giving

If you would prefer to provide St. John’s with a one-time gift of cash, you can simply mail a check with a note explaining your intention to St. John’s Episcopal Church, 4201 Sheridan Av So, Minneapolis, MN  55410.

Stocks and securities

Gifts of appreciated stocks and securities can be an excellent way to share God’s gifts. We welcome stock gifts through our WellsTrade account at any time. Please contact the office at 612.922.0396 or to learn more.  Examples of non-cash giving can be found here.

Time and talents

In addition to your financial gifts, your time and talents can make an enormous difference in accomplishing God’s plan on Earth. Visit the Service+Justice pages to learn more.

Click above for online giving – for either one-time gifts or ongoing pledges – that you can pay by credit card or withdrawal from your checking account.