• Giving

    At Redeemer, we believe that we are freed in Christ to serve and love our neighbor.

    How do we respond to God’s call to serve and love our neighbors? We faithfully steward the gifts God has so abundantly given to us. Although some think of stewardship as only a financial response to God’s love, stewardship encompasses so much more than money.  It is no longer simply about paying the church’s bills.

    It is about how we use all that God has entrusted to our care — our time, our talents and our treasures — to live out God’s call to love God and our neighbors, both inside and outside of the church walls and our homes.  It's being open to the Holy Spirit’s invitation to participate in and contribute to God’s work in the world using all of the gifts that God has entrusted to our care. It's why our mission statement is "Sharing Christ's Welcome"!

    When You Give To Redeemer....

    You support our local, national, and global communities through Redeemer's mission work in the areas of Equality & Diversity, Homelessness & Hunger, Earth Care, and Campus Ministry.

    Your support makes a difference in people's lives!

  • Make A Donation

    Electronic giving is a fast, secure, convenient and easy solution allowing you to:

    • Give in the moment with a fast, one-time donation
    • Schedule and manage recurring donations
    • Pay for events and activities using your debit/credit card or banking information

    Use the secure embedded giving form below, or install the Give Plus app and use your mobile device

  • Your Redeemer Offerings During the Time of COVID-19

    Dear Brothers and Sisters of Redeemer New Paltz,

    COVID-19 is causing disruption in every aspect of our modern lives, from health and daily routines, to work and economic stability, and to personal and group connectedness in our worship community.

    We are in uncharted territory. As we strive for new and creative ways to worship and keep our congregation together, supported, and connected during these unusual times, we are reminded that God works in mysterious ways and that work never ceases. How can we continue to "Share Christ's Welcome" with our fellow congregants, friends, neighbors, remaining students, as well as those who may be in need?