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Online Giving

To enroll or make contributions, go to Online Giving Home Page:  Link to Online Giving Home Page

Online giving is an easy method of replacing your cash or check contributions by transferring funds directly from your checking or savings account to the church on a regular schedule.

Frequently Asked Questions about Online Giving

 Q. What are the advantages of Online Giving?

A. Online Giving benefits our church by providing a better prediction of contributions and reduces administrative tasks and costs. You benefit by being able to make your contributions weekly, semi‐monthly or monthly as best meets your financial needs and can be scheduled for any amount. This enables you to make a contribution even if you are unable to attend an Our Lady of Grace mass.


Q. How does Online Giving work?

A. Based on the selections you make when you sign up, your contributions are transferred automatically from your checking or savings account to the church's bank account.


Q. Is there a fee for Online Giving?

A. There is no cost to you for making electronic contributions.


Q. When will my contribution be transferred from my account?

A. A debit to your account will occur on the dates you specify when enrolling for online giving.


Q. How can I sign up for Online Giving?

A. Go to and select Giving and then Online Giving.


Q. How do I alter or terminate my electronic contributions?

A. You can alter or terminate your Online Giving at any time on the church website and select Giving and then Online Giving or notifying the parish office at 412-279-7070 or email at


Q. How will I keep track of contributions in my check register?

A. A contributions report is available online. Simply record your gifts in your check register on the appropriate date.


Q. What can I use to prove I made a contribution?

A.A statement of your contributions is available online at or contact the parish office at 412-279-7070 or email at Also, your bank statement will show an itemized list of electronic transactions that can be used as proof of your contributions.