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Giving at Cedar Springs

The gospel tells us that through Christ we have been reconciled to God and adopted by him as our loving Father (Gal 4:4-7). No longer orphans having to make life work in their own power, we are free for the first time to live authentically. Jesus came to save sinners, those freely acknowledging their need of a Savior (Mark 2:17). 1 John 1:9 tells us if we confess our sins, he is faithful to heal us!

It is our joy to give generously to God in response to all he has done for us.

Other Ways To Give

Give by Text

Simply text the word GIVE to (865) 205-6001 then follow the instructions you receive as a response. Need more help? Here is a great tutorial showing you exactly what to do.

Give Stocks, Mutual Funds, or Donor-Advised Funds

If you would like to donate securities you can transfer through your broker and request that the securities be transferred to:
Morgan Stanley
Account Name: Cedar Springs Presbyterian 
Account Number:
940-023979-210     DTC #: 0015

Mail Your Gift:
PO Box 31889
Knoxville, TN 37930-1889


Designated Gifts

The General Fund supports all ministries and operations of the church, as well as the entire Home Mission budget.

In addition to contributing to the General Fund, you may designate gifts to specific funds such as:

• Disaster Relief Fund
• Middle East Relief Fund
• European Refugee Crisis Fund

To contribute to a specific fund, simply give online.

Cedar Springs Presbyterian Church Foundation

The Cedar Springs Presbyterian Church Foundation was formed to facilitate the stewardship plans of Cedar Springs members and supporters by giving them an avenue to make gifts in coordination with their long-term financial plans. The Foundation can receive estate bequests, endowments, gifts through living trusts, memorials, and donations with specific use designations.

For more information, or to give to the Foundation, email Torrey McMurray or call him at (865) 291-5203.

Year-end Contributions

All contributions received or postmarked by December 31 will be included in that year’s contribution statement. If the contribution is received or postmarked after December 31, it will be included in the contribution statement of the year in which it is received or postmarked, regardless of the date on the check.