MACUCC now accepting church contributions online


Church treasurers may now make their church’s contributions online via the Massachusetts Conference website, including gifts to Our Church's Wider Mission Basic Support (OCWM), special offeirngs, designated giving and disaster relief. Hampden Association churches may also pay their Fellowship Dues online.

"Electronic banking is a regular part of the lives of many people today. The papr check may be going the way of the cassette tape," said Associate Conference Minister Andy Gustafson.. "Keeping up with today’s technology, we are very excited to be able to offer the opportunity for church treasurers to make online contributions on behalf of their congregations, in addition to the electronic giving option we have had for individual donations."

Church treasurers looking to make their payments online can do so by visiting and clicking the "Donate" button or going directly to
Online payments are made through Paypal, which accepts credit cards, debit cards and bank account transfers. Using a debit or credit card does not require a Paypal account.  Bank transfers do require an account, however, so treasurers wishing to make an electronic fund transfer will need to first set up a Paypal account for the church. This can be done at
Churches may continue to send in their giving by check if they choose.
For questions on how to get your church started making online gifts, contact Gustafon at or 508-875-5233.

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