Giving to the Community Church of Durham:

Gifts of any size make a difference!

Friends and members can make donations the following ways:

1.  Click here to donate online through Breeze with a credit card or ACH

2. Send a check to:

PO Box 310
Durham, NH 03824
3. Collection plate in Sunday’s worship
4. Drop off your donation when our office is open
With any monetary donation it is important to let us know the intended purpose of your donation. The memo line on a check is the perfect place to make this note, for instance you can write “Annual Stewardship” or “Capital Campaign”, this helps track finances!

Learn about the different Categories of Giving:


Annual Stewardship Update:

Each fall, we are asked to discern what our personal, annual stewardship pledge can be for the following year.
Our Stewardship ministry then uses these pledges to determine the church’s operating budget for the next year to support staffing, programs, and our building.
These donations make up the majority of our income.  This year’s annual stewardship drive, “Because of YOU, our church changes lives, will be led by Mary Jane and Hugh Tyler, Jennifer Elliott, and Anne Kimball. 
  • For those that would like to pledge electronically, you can find the form here!;
  • The Annual Stewardship Campaign Team has printed pledge cards for those who would like to fill it out by hand.


Capital Campaign

Unlike our annual stewardship program, our Capital Campaign is a once-in-every-25-years opportunity to raise an offering above and beyond regular giving. These dollars are typically used for large construction or rehabilitation of buildings.

Our capital campaign, Be Boldly Bountiful! is raising funds to support multiple projects that will sustain and enhance our campus and will allow us to support our Immigration mission. 

Click here to find all the information about the Capital Campaign, including the commitment form.


Planned Giving

In addition to stewardship giving, Planned Giving is a way to remember the Church in your will. It can take the form of a bequest from one’s estate, a gift of property, or a more complex giving arrangement such as a charitable gift annuity or charitable remainder trust.

If you would like to remember our Church in your will, please contact Bryn Burns ( who is leading this initiative.