Give to First Church: Giving, Pledging & Special Offerings

In this time of physical separation we rely on your regular giving now more than ever.

Online/E-Giving & Giving by Check: One-time donations & recurring pledges  – all of your donations fuel the missions and ministries of First Congregational Church.

TO GIVE ONLINE – connect to First Congregational Church’s secure Online/E-Giving system by clicking here.  Use the drop-down menu provided in “Fund” to designate your donation.

YOU CAN TEXT YOUR DONATION: You can also text FCCBUCC to 73256 to give a gift to FCCB using your text messaging.  Standard text message rates apply.

Or… GIVE by CHECK – made payable to First Congregational Church (to designate a specific use – such as the Pastoral Care Fund – or a special offering – use the MEMO line on your check) and mail to: First Congregational Church, 38 South Winooski Avenue, Burlington, VT 05401


A Message from your Stewardship Team Chair: Dawn Plante

Our Stewardship Campaign theme for 2021 is “Building Bridges to Our Church’s Future”.  Our staff and church leaders did not use the pandemic “stay at home” time to put our souls on hold.  Instead, they have used these months as an opportunity to expand the ways we worship and connect with each other…  READ MORE

CLICK HERE to open the 2021 Stewardship Brochure

PLEDGING:  Our church leaders and Stewardship Team are inviting your January thru December 2021 Pledges in support of the ministries and missions of First Congregational Church.

CLICK HERE to make your pledge to First Church online  – OR – you can pledge thru your First Church Realm Account.  If you have yet to access your First Church Realm Account – please contact our Office Manager, Caroline Catlin at [email protected]

Or… MAIL in your pledge – CLICK HERE to access a printable copy of the pledge card to print and mail.

Please CLICK HERE to complete a Time & Talent Pledge Card

Thank you!


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