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"To Glorify God, Make Disciples, Meet Human Needs"

Atascocita Presbyterian Church

A PC-USA and an Earth Care Congregation

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"To Glorify God, Make Disciples, Meet Human Needs"

Atascocita Presbyterian Church

A PC-USA and an Earth Care Congregation

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Giving to Atascocita Presbyterian Church

Ways to Give

You can place your personal checks or cash in the offering plate each Sunday morning


drop by our church during office hours (Mon-Thu, 9:00-2:00)


Mail your check to:
Atascocita Presbyterian Church
19426 Atasca Oaks Drive
Humble, Texas 77346

Contact your bank and set up Atascocita Presbyterian Church at the above address as payee.

You can choose to make an online bill payment as one-time or set a frequency (weekly, monthly, annually) as desired.

Added Bonus - The bank covers the postage!

APC's online giving service is hosted by the Presbyterian Foundation using Vanco Payment Solutions. All transactions are secure.

Follow the prompts to begin your online transaction. Atascocita Presbyterian Church and the Presbyterian Foundation are nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations.

Note that, at year end, you will receive a Giving Statement from both APC and the Presbyterian Foundation. Be cautious about when filing your tax return since these statements duplicate reporting of your gifts.

Online giving can be directed to a variety of our funds.


The General Fund includes pledges and tithes and are designated to the General Operating Fund and support our annual budget.


Gifts can be made by friends and family members in honor of a deceased or other special person. Please indicate the name of the deceased in the “notes” box of the giving page.


During Holy occasions, poinsettias (during Advent) and lilies (during Lent) are available for purchase in honor of or in memory of those who are who have been special to us. Please indicate in the "notes" box of the giving page the dedication that you wish shown in the Christmas or Easter bulletins.



Typically received during the season of Lent, each gift to One Great Hour of Sharing supports efforts to relieve hunger through the Presbyterian Hunger Program, promote development through the Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People, and assist in areas of disaster through Presbyterian Disaster Assistance.


A gift to the Pentecost Offering helps the church encourage, develop, and support its young people, and also address the needs of at-risk children. 40% of the Pentecost offering can be retained by individual congregations wanting to make an impact in the lives of young people within their own community. The remaining 60% is used to support children-at-risk, youth, and young adults through ministries of the Presbyterian Mission Agency.


The Christmas Joy Offering has been a cherished Presbyterian tradition since the 1930s. The Offering distributes gifts equally to the Assistance Program of the Board of Pensions and to Presbyterian-related schools and colleges equipping communities of color. The Assistance Program provides critical financial support to church workers and their families. Presbyterian-related schools and colleges provide education and leadership development while nurturing racial and ethnic heritage. This has been a Presbyterian commitment for nearly 140 years.


A gift to the Peace & Global Witness Offering enables the church to promote the Peace of Christ by addressing systems of conflict and injustice across the world. Individual congregations are encouraged to utilize up to 25% of this Offering to connect with the global witness of Christ’s peace. Mid councils retain an additional 25% for ministries of peace and reconciliation. The remaining 50% is used by the Presbyterian Mission Agency to advocate for peace and justice in cultures of violence, including our own, through collaborative projects of education and Christian witness.

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  1. Go to and log into your account.
  2. Click on your name in the upper right corner and choose "My Account".
  3. In the left column, choose "Community Rewards".
  4. If you haven't already chosen an organization to support, click on "Choose Organization" and search for "Atascocita Presbyterian Church". If you've already chosen an organization and want to change your selection, click on "Change Organization" and search for "Atascocita Presbyterian Church".

By donating stock that has appreciated for more than a year, you are actually giving 20% (or 25%, pending proposed tax legislation) more than if you sold the stock and then made a cash donation.

The reason is simple: avoiding capital gains taxes. ... But if you donate the stock directly to a charity, there's no capital gains tax to pay.

Plus, you are still eligible to deduct the full fair-market value of the asset you donated from your income taxes, up to the overall amount allowed by the IRS.

How do you make a gift of stocks?

Contact your broker with the following information:

Recipient — Atascocita Presbyterian Church
Contact Name — Forrest Craig, (785) 633-2994,
Our DTC# — 0015
Our Account Number — 283-032388
Brokerage Firm — Morgan Stanley
Broker Name — Gregory M. Kroencke, (713) 966-2100,

Your Broker will also need to know —

Your Name
Your Account Number
Name of Stock to be Donated
Number of Shares to be Donated
Estimated Value of Donation

Let us know your plans so we can keep an eye out for your gift. We'll send you an acknowledgement and a thank you as soon as we receive it.

If you're over 70-1/2 years of age, you can make a Qualified Charitable Donation (QCD) from your IRA.

The QCD gifting option allows you, starting at age 70½, to instruct your IRA administrator to direct IRA distributions—up to $100,000 per year—to a qualified 501(c)(3) charity such as APC. Because the IRA income goes directly to charity, you do not report the QCD as taxable income and do not owe any taxes on the QCD, which may be particularly beneficial to you if you are forced to take a Required Minimum Distributions (RMD) and don't need the extra money.

In addition to avoiding taxable income, your IRA distribution can be put to good use by your favorite qualified charity. It's truly a win-win option.

Be sure to consult your tax adviser to be certain this is the best strategy for you.