For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.

- Matthew 6:21

Why We Give

At Liberty Corner, we have a vision to impact lives with the good news of Jesus Christ, in the Somerset Hills and around the world. When we give, it’s more than just a donation: we are partners in God’s work. We recognize that God owns everything, and we are “stewards”—managers—of God’s resources. We give out of joyful gratitude for all that God has done for us, in this life and forever.

Ways To Give

Bank Transfer

Donors may arrange for their bank to automatically send a check to the church by mail. There should be no cost to you or the church for this transaction.

Online Giving

Online giving is an easy, convenient, and safe way to donate. 

Mail A Check

Gifts can be mailed to the church office:
PO Box 55
Liberty Corner, NJ 07938

Planned Giving

You can leave a legacy through a planned gift to the church. Please read the Planned Giving FAQ for ways to make a planned gift or email the Planned Giving Team

Stewardship Commitment

We remember before our God and Father your work produced by faith, your labor prompted by love, and your endurance inspired by hope in our Lord Jesus Christ. - 1 Thess 1:3, NIV
A stewardship commitment is a declaration of faith that God will continue to provide. It is not only helpful for church planning; it is a part of our own faith journey. Please prayerfully consider your financial commitment to Liberty Corner Church in 2024.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it safe to give online?

Yes! Online giving can be safer than writing a check as electronic gifts cannot be lost or stolen. 

Does it cost anything to give online?

There is a cost to giving online. Liberty Corner Church pays a small fee for each transaction from a donor's checking or savings account. LCPC incurs transaction fees and a percentage fee based on the donation charged to debit or credit cards. Transaction fees range from 2-4%.

Will I receive a year-end statement?

Yes, all donations given to Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church will be reflected on your contribution statement if you identify yourself. Cash donations made without a name, giving number, or offering envelope will not be reflected.

How do I set up a Bank Transfer?

Bank Transfer can be arranged through your bank. There is no additional cost to the church if you use Bank Transfer.

Opportunities for Year-end Giving

We are grateful for the generosity of year-end gifts. Please remember that per tax laws, all giving  must be postmarked on or before December 31 to be considered as contributions for 2023.

Cash or Check

A gift of cash or check is an easy way to show your faithful support for the mission and ministries of the church. If donating cash, please include your name or envelope number to make sure that the contribution is reflected on your giving statement. Cash gifts may be eligible for a federal tax deduction.


Gifts of appreciated assets, such as stocks, bonds, or mutual funds, are appealing because long-term gains are not taxed, and the gift is generally deductible from income tax at the full fair market value on the date of the gift. Gifts of appreciated property can be deducted up to 30% of adjusted gross income.

Charitable IRA Rollover

If you own a traditional individual retirement account (IRA) and are age 70-½ or over as of December 31, 2022, consider making a charitable IRA rollover gift to the church. The charitable IRA rollover can be used to satisfy your required minimum distribution, to certain limits. The rollover amount is not subject to income tax and your gift will not be subject to charitable gift limitations.


Please consult your professional advisor on how any of these gifts would fit into your overall plans and your eligibility for tax benefits.

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