Thank you for your continued generosity to the ministry of our church! As we seek to joyfully live as reflections of God's love together in the city, we're immensely grateful for your prayers and your financial partnership.
Need assistance? If you need help making a gift online or via check, stock or donor-advised fund, please contact Priscilla Dewing either at (917) 206-1427 or [email protected]
Want to mail a check? Please send to the following address to ensure it's processed properly.
Redeemer Presbyterian Church Lincoln Square
Attn: Lincoln Square Finance Dept.
150 W. 83rd Street
New York, NY 10024
Generosity, at its core, is a lifestyle which flows from the understanding that everything we have is a gift from God. We give because much has been given to us.
The first community of Christians in the book of Acts were radically generous with their possessions — because of their newly found boldness and fearlessness that came out of an assurance in Christ’s love. It was the quality of their generous community that demonstrated and proved the reality that the gospel changes lives.
At Redeemer we want to model a community of Christians who live sacrificial lives of generosity across many fronts. From opening our homes to others to forgiving those who hurt us, generosity takes many forms. Of course, this includes sacrificial giving — stewardship of your finances. Paul was talking about money when he wrote, “Remember this: whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously” (2 Corinthians 9:6).
Nevertheless, as you see, financial giving is not the only kind of generosity we need poured out at Redeemer. In fact, for many of us living and working in this busy city, the giving of time to foster new relationships or to serve in a ministry routinely may even be the more challenging form of generosity. Whatever your sacrifices would be in living a more generous life for God and for others, we invite you to consider a holistic approach that includes being generous through service to ministries, through relationships, through hospitality, through the privileges and power we hold, and lastly, through our wealth.
Please consider giving generously to Redeemer LSQ to help us reach our 2022 giving goal of $3.6M, so that we can continue to work together to support the growing needs of ministering to the city.
Jan 1, 2022 to June 19, 2022
The Financial Update gives more information about how Redeemer uses these resources.
- Learn more about stewardship
- Generosity Stories
- Generosity Q&A
- How to fulfill your Rise pledge
- View all of the ways to give
Diaconate Mercy Fund
This fund makes it possible for our Diaconate officers to help clients (people in our congregation and community) during times of crisis and transition.
See here to learn more about the work of the Diaconate.
Disaster Relief Fund
This fund was established in March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Through your generosity, we've been able to help LSQ congregants, community members and neighbors with groceries, transportation, utilities, rent, counseling sessions and medical bills.
Through our Disaster Relief Fund, we established a new partnership with Promised Land Covenant Church, which is located in the South Bronx, to assist with their Eviction Prevention and Rent Assistance initiative. In January 2021, their worship facility was destroyed due to a community fire, so we established this fund to assist them with the repairs and rebuild.
As you feel led, you can contribute to any of these special funds by clicking the button below. Once you're on the giving page, you can toggle between our various funds in order to properly designate your gift.
Redeemer West Side's 2021 Annual Report shares a recap of the year with a letter from Rev. David Bisgrove and financial updates from each of the Redeemer West Side corporation churches and ministries: Redeemer West Side, Redeemer Lincoln Square, Center for Faith and Work, and Redeemer Counseling Services.
As you may know, Redeemer members voted to transition from one single church to three distinct church entities (West Side with Lincoln Square, Downtown, and East Side with East Harlem) during a virtual meeting on November 1, 2020.