If you would like to make a donation to Church of the Redeemer, either a one time gift or a year long financial commitment, we encourage you to do so electronically. Electronic giving offers parishioners an easy and consistent way to make their annual commitment payments. It also benefits Church of the Redeemer with a more regular income throughout the year and reduces processing costs overall. Our online system is secure and with any of these electronic payment methods, you can increase, decrease, or cancel your payments at any time. If you have any questions, or need help implementing one of the options below, contact Debbi Alsfelder, Finance Officer at 513.321.6700.
Set Recurring Gift
To set up both Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) through a checking or savings account and/or Credit/Debit Card payments simply access the Church of the Redeemer database. Use the Set Recurring Gift button above. (If you haven't logged in before, click on Sign In and then follow the directions to set up your database account.) If you need assistance setting up access, please contact Nancy Schwartz, Director of Operations.
If you would like to make a one time gift to Church of the Redeemer, to fulfill a pledge, make a general contribution or for a specific or special purpose, use the One-Time Gift button above.
The easiest way to donate stock to the church is to have the transfer handled by your broker or the company that holds the stock in safekeeping. For full instructions click on the Stock Donation button above. If you have further questions, contact Debbi Alsfelder, Finance Officer at 513.321.6700.
You may also make a gift by check mailed to the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, 2944 Erie Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45208.
Please take a moment to make your 2024 Commitment using the Pledging to Church of the Redeemer button above. This will help us know your intentions and apply them to our budget for 2024.
The Max Long Society - a Plan for Legacy Giving at Church of the Redeemer
Church of the Redeemer is a church rooted in tradition, planted in the present, and reaching toward the future. We believe our community has a strong future of blessing this world. In 1908, Max Long walked the streets of Hyde Park recruiting the first members of the nascent Church of the Redeemer. His v…Read More »