Our mission is to share the hope of Jesus Christ with people in University Place and around the world. When we give, we have the privilege of participating in that mission. Our gifts to God, through UPPC, create opportunities for people to be fed, baptized, visited, counseled, prayed for, encouraged, taught, and loved in the name of Jesus. Our gifts make a difference.

Why Do We Give?

We give because all that we have—time, money, talents—comes from God. Scripture teaches us that one way we thank God is by returning a generous portion of those gifts back to him. UPPC is a generous congregation. We love to give generously and joyfully to support ministry, and we invite you to join us in this act of worship as we tangibly share the hope of Jesus Christ with people in our city and around the world.

Ways to Give

Online Giving

You can give a one-time gift or set up recurring payments from your checking/savings account, debit card, VISA, MasterCard or Discover cards. Press the button to start giving today!

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Cash and Checks

Give at UPPC or mail to:

University Place Presbyterian Church
8101 27th Street West
University Place, WA 98466

Non-Cash Gifts

Stock and Appreciated Securities

UPPC’s broker is Charles Schwab (1148 Broadway #110, Tacoma, WA 98402). To make a stock gift to UPPC, please contact Bob Lucas (253.564.2522 ext. 127) Our DTC # is 0164code40; our gift account is #4696-5850. Please also notify UPPC’s Finance Office (253.564.2522 ext. 127) that you have made a stock/securities gift so we know who it came from.

To donate property, IRAs or other assets, please contact UPPC’s Director of Finance, Bob Lucas (253.564.2522 ext. 127)

Donor-Advised Funds

It’s easy to make a gift to UPPC from a donor-advised fund (such as the National Christian Foundation or Schwab Charitable Giving). Contact Bob Lucas.


Including UPPC in your estate plans is a wonderful way to ensure that UPPC can share the hope of Jesus Christ with future generations. Contact Bob Lucas.