Why We Give

Everything that we have comes from and belongs to God, and we are simply managing those resources while here on earth. Our stewardship of those resources is not simply a method for us to raise money, it is a way of life.

Giving is one of the key ways we worship God, and one of the ways we demonstrate our love for God and for our neighbors. Giving makes possible worship, programs for children and students, Bible studies & classes, pastoral care and support, mission trips, and community projects. We do not specify how much an individual should give, but we hope each person will commit a percentage of their income and increase that amount as they are able.

Short Term Giving

Our monthly Communion offerings benefit various mission initiatives. You can give to the Communion offering throughout the entire month with Text to Give. Text BUMCCOM and a dollar amount to 28950 (ex. BUMCCOM 50) to make a donation. You will receive a one-time text back with information on how to register followed by a text confirming your donation.

Ways To Give



You can give safely and securely through our website’s online portal. You can set up a one-time or recurring gift through a bank draft or credit/debit card

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Give from your mobile device any time. You will be required to set up an account the first time you use Text to Give

Text BUMC and your dollar amount to 28950


In Worship

Make giving a part of your worship experience by placing cash or a check in the offering plate.

Envelopes are available in the pew racks for your convenience.



Mail your gift to:

Finance Department
309 Franklin Road, Brentwood, TN 37027



Stock gifts can be processed through our Finance Department. To learn more, contact our Finance Department at:

Financial Reporting

The commitment of our financial resources is an opportunity to worship and serve Christ. When we return a portion of our financial blessings to God through our tithes and offerings, we invest in God’s vision and mission, and we create an opportunity for God to work through us and through our church.