Love what God is doing in and through Edenton Street?
Consider investing in our church by making an annual financial commitment.
Make a 2023 pledge!

Click to indicate your 2023 All-In Covenant

As we approach the end of 2022, some of you may have options with your investments that could be of assistance to you and Edenton Street UMC. Feel free to contact Joe Mann at with any questions about your options.  To make a stock or charitable fund contribution, submit a pledge, or ask questions about how to make a gift or a pledge contribution, please contact Joni Earp at


Your gifts make our ministries and missions possible.  They fund children’s and youth ministries, music and worship arts, grants to local and global non-profits, and so much more.  By investing in our church, you play a crucial role in changing lives inside and outside of our church walls – including your own.

2021 TAXES

You should have received an email on Friday, January 28 with your End of Year Contribution Tax Statement. If you did not receive an email, you will receive a paper statement in the mail. Please download our ESUMC App and sign in using your phone number to update your email address.



The ESUMC campus has moved to one General Fund for 2022.  All giving in the Gathering and Sanctuary services will be under ESUMC General Fund 2022. All donations will support the ministries and 2022 annual budget of ESUMC.

All donations to SER\T General Fund 2022 will support the ministries and 2022 annual budget of SER\T.

Starting July 25th, 2021, we have moved to a new platform for giving. Click one of the buttons below to give.



Make a gift via cash or check made out to “Edenton Street UMC” and turn it in on a Sunday or mail to 228 W. Edenton Street, Raleigh NC 27603.

Set up automatic bank draft through PushPay by clicking one of the links above.


If you have any questions, contact Joni Earp (

*At Edenton Street, we believe giving responsibly is from abundance and not through debt.  “For if the willingness is there, the gift is acceptable according to what one has, not according to what one does not have.” 2 Corinthians 8:12