Give Online

Make a one-time or a recurring gift through Subsplash, our secure giving platform. Follow these simple steps to set up your account and donate through your checking account or credit card.

  1. Click “Make A Gift”
  2. Enter Amount & Frequency
  3. Click Next & Create a Secure Account
  4. Choose Payment Method
  5. Select Fund ( See Options Below)
  6. Review Your Offering

Questions? Find Out More Information Here.

Electronic Funds Transfer

With electronic fund transfer (EFT) you authorize the electronic transfer of funds from your checking or savings account to the church’s checking account.

This is a secure, no-fee option!

You can choose to have the withdrawal made weekly, monthly, or twice per month. To get started, click on the link below, fill out the electronic fund transfer form and turn it in to the Generosity Table in November or the church office.

To increase, modify, pause, or end a recurring EFT, email Cindy Hinson at

Check Out These Videos From Our Generosity Team!

Maximizing Your Gift

Cash donations are the easiest way to fund the ministry that is happening today. But many of us have also been blessed with assets that can sustain ministry for generations to come. We encourage you to consider how to maximize both the impact of your gift and your tax advantages. This page contains information to help you explore your options and contacts to help you make your high-impact gift.

Need help figuring out which giving method is best for you? Check out our helpful Giving Plan Chart which shows the many options and their associated benefits.

Keep in mind, it is always wise to consult your financial planner.

Stocks & Bonds

Our unique partnership with the Mid-Atlantic United Methodist Foundation gives you the opportunity to transact this gift at no cost. To consider the possibility and receive detailed information on how to complete a transfer, call the Foundation’s office: 484-762-8211 or email

Wesley Freedom Endowment

Your gift to the endowment fund can provide sustainable resources to fund ministry and capital improvements for generations to come. Wesley Freedom UMC is in partnership with the Mid-Atlantic United Methodist Foundation.

Click Learn More for more information & how to donate!


If you are at least 72 years old and have an IRA, you can donate to Wesley Freedom using a “qualified charitable contribution.”

Legacy Gifts

Click Learn More to see the suggested language for making a gift in your Last Will and Testament to your church. It is quite simple and with the help and guidance of your legal advisor and your family, it can be customized to meet your specific giving needs and legacy goals.

Funds For Ministry

We encourage all donors to focus your first level of giving to the General Fund as this supports the ongoing ministry, staff, and facilities which serve our community every day of the year. You may also choose to designate additional funds to a specific area by selecting these headings on the online drop down menu or by adding these titles to your check memo line.

General Fund

Financial gifts that support the overall ministries of the church and allow us to maintain our ministry spaces and personnel. 


Help provide direct services and relief to your neighbors and persons in need around the world.

Community Table / Feed My Sheep

Help provide meals to our neighbors in the greater Eldersburg community three days per week in partnership with other local churches.

Food Pantry

Support our Food Pantry which distributes food once per month to anyone in need.

Memorial Fund

Upon the request of a family in bereavement, donations can be made in memory of a departed loved one. This option is only available during bereavement periods.

Hope Rising

Support our counseling & addiction recovery programs, and our ongoing partnerships with Shepherd’s Staff & other community resources by giving to our Hope Rising Resource Center

Financial Responsibility

To ensure the church’s financial responsibility and transparency a Finance Committee is elected annually by the Charge Conference. The committee compiles an annual budget which is submitted to the Church Council for approval. With the help of a group of counters, the Financial Secretary is responsible for counting and promptly depositing donations, and maintaining accurate donor records. The Treasurer disburses payments for expenses as named in the church budget, and prepares monthly financial statements which are submitted to the Church Council. All benevolent donations are submitted on a monthly basis to the conference treasurer or the respective designated charity.