Your financial support is vital for our continued ministry in Vienna. We believe in the abundance of God. Like in the story of the feeding of the multitudes with a boy’s fishes and loaves (cf. Matthew 14, Mark 6, Luke 9), we know that God in Christ will bless and multiply your gift. Your generous donation will help enable us to live out our mission – to make disciples of Jesus Christ and transform the world.
Your donation is designated for our general fund which is used to pay the core operating expenses of ESUMC. These operating expenses include building payments and maintenance, Sunday School and Christian education materials, office equipment and supplies, social outreach ministries, fellowship events, benevolence funds, and other daily expenses of our ministry. Additionally, general fund expenses included costs for maintaining a full-time pastor.
Designated gifts for mission projects or specific funds may also be given. Please clearly mark your offering if it is to be assigned to a specific project or fund. Also email the church office about the designated gift to ensure it is correctly designated.
For many people living in Vienna and across Europe, a bank transfer is the easiest way to give to ESUMC. You may send financial donations directly to our account at Bank Austria.
Our account details are as follows:
Account No. (Konto): 00620161208
BIC Code: BKAUATWW
IBAN: AT23 1200 0006 2016 1208
You can use your credit card (American Express, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover) to donate to ESUMC through The Advance. The Advance is the mission giving arm of The United Methodist Church. 100% of your donation comes directly to ESUMC. If you are an American citizen or U.S. permanent resident, your gift is 100% tax-deductible.
Click here to give online. You will be redirected to The Advance website. Make sure ‘English-Speaking United Methodist Church of Vienna (Advance #12001A)’ appears at the top of the page.
Sunday Offerings and Cash Gifts
Every Sunday as part of our praise and worship of God, we give our tithes and offerings and present them for God’s blessing. A tithe is a portion of your income that you give to support the work of the church. We receive cash in the Sunday offerings.