giving at OEPC

Thanks for your interest in supporting the ministry of Oreland Evangelical Presbyterian Church. If you have any questions reach out to our Church Administrator, Bethanne Curley by clicking here or emailing, Find out more about how to give to OEPC below. 

Ways to give

Drop Off 

You can put your offering in the offering box at the back of the sanctuary on Sundays during worship or drop it off to the office entryway on M-F from 10am-2pm. 

Mail a Check to Oreland EPC
1119 Church Road, Oreland, PA 19075

Bill Pay Through Your Bank 
Setting up a payment through your online bank account is simple. There is no processing fee! Click here to learn more.


GivePlus Online*
You can make a online contribution to the church by clicking here. To learn more about how to give using GivePlus online click here.


GivePlus Church App*
To get started, download GivePlus Church for free from the App Store or Google Play. Then, you can easily make donations to the church directly from your smartphone using your debit card or checking/savings account. Click here to learn more.


*You can donate using your debit card or by setting up an ACH bank transfer. There are processing fees that are paid by the church. It is  2.75% for debit cards and 1% for ACH bank transfers. There are no fees for Bill Pay. 


If you have any questions or issues please contact Church Administrator, Bethanne, by clicking here or emailing,

2020 charitable contributions

The CARES Act allows deducting charitable contributions made in 2020 for those who don’t itemize deductions!

Previously, charitable contributions could only be deducted if taxpayers itemized their deductions.

For 2020, taxpayers who don't itemize deductions may take a charitable deduction of up to $300 for cash contributions made in 2020 to qualifying organizations such as OEPC. Married couples filing jointly can deduct up to $600! The law changed due to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Please use this opportunity to donate $300 to OEPC and up to $600 if filing jointly then subtract that amount from your income before you figure the amount of Federal tax you owe for 2020.