We are offering as a way for you, if you choose, to give regularly to Deep River Friends.
Creating an eGiving account will allow you to set up recurring giving and even track your donations for the year. You can use this for your taxes, or even set up giving goals for yourself.
2. Use the “My Online Donation” box for a one-time, quick-give gift.
This option will allow you to make a one-time gift without setting up an account.
Note: If you are using a mobile device, the “My Online Donation” box will not work for you. Please use Option 1. You can still do a one-time, quick-give gift on your mobile device. Just click “Quick Give (no login required)” after clicking the Option 1 link.
If you have any questions about the use of Online Giving, or if you have issues, please email Mike Shaw.
FAQs for Stewardship at Deep River
Here are some frequently asked questions related to giving and stewardship at Deep River Friends Meeting.
Yes. Each month, a financial/treasurer's report is presented at our Monthly Meeting for Business (second Thursday). Copies are handed out and an opportunity is given for attenders to ask questions. They can also be provided at your request by simply contacting the office at 336-454-1928 or by email.
Yes. Each Monday, the offering is counted and contributions are recorded in a program called "PowerChurch." Donations given electronically, on Sunday morning or by mail are counted and then the amounts are applied to the respective households in "PowerChurch." At the beginning of each new year, giving statements for tax purposes are provided around the end of January.
The Benevolence Fund is a fund set up to provide financial assistance for folks outside or within the meeting. It's at the pastor's discretion and often in consultation with the folks in need. All transactions are kept confidential to protect the privacy of those in need. The monthly balance is reported at the Monthly Meeting for Business. Donations can be made to the Benevolence Fund.
Fred Sams, Keith Lambeth, Steve Laws, Quinn Jordan, Toni Gray, Jon Kemp, Jack Harrell, Richard Pugh and David Smith. Feel free to contact any of these individuals if you have any questions or concerns. The committee meets on a regular basis.
Amber Hardin is the Meeting Treasurer and handles paying bills as well as preparing the monthly reports. Ruth Washam, Meeting Secretary, makes the weekly deposit. A payroll service (Flex-Pay) manages the payment of staff salaries.
This is managed by the Trustees of Deep River Friends Meeting. The trustees are made up of Claire Wilson, Bruce Idol, Tommy Hardin and Dan Allen. An annual report is made to Monthly Meeting regarding the Trustees/Endowment Funds.
You can contact the Stewardship and Finance Committee Co-Chairs, Quinn Jordan or Toni Gray. You can also contact our Monthly Meeting Clerk, Tom Gray.