Cornerstone offers many different ways to give: by mail, one-time or automatically-recurring donations through online web giving and the Give+ Church app. We also can help you if you wish to discuss a gift of securities.

Questions about online giving? Please read through our Online Giving FAQ.

Special Note on our India Relief Project:  We are collecting funds through May 16 to purchase 200 oxygen concentrators to be sent to our ministry partner in northern India. You can participate by writing a check to Cornerstone with "India" in the memo line or by giving online to the Deacons' Fund.  All money given to the Deacons' Fund during this time will be designated for India.

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Giving by Mail

We welcome you to send your offerings by mail to our address:

Cornerstone Presbyterian Church
P.O. Box 339
Kemblesville, PA, 19347

Online Web Giving

Simple and secure. Give a single gift, or schedule recurring giving using your checking account!

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Give+ Church App

Built for convenience, the Give+ Mobile app allows you to use your phone to give a single gift, or schedule recurring gifts using your checking account!

Click here for directions on using the Give+ app.

The Give+ Mobile app is free to download and use.

Gifts of Securities

Giving appreciated stock or mutual funds you’ve held for more than a year can be better than giving cash. If you donate stock that has increased in value since you bought and if you itemize deductions -- you can take a charitable deduction for the stock’s fair market value on the day you give it away. You’ll also avoid capital-gains taxes on the increase in value over time, which you would have had to pay if you sold the stock then gave the charity the cash proceeds. If you would like to learn more, or to donate, please contact the church office.

This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction.

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