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2023-2024 Generosity Pledge

It is time for us to plan our support for God’s work in the world through the church with our Generosity Pledges. Please click the link below to view and fill out the Generosity Commitment Card for 2023-2024, so that you may let us know how you plan to give back to God over the next year.

We cannot do God’s work without your support. Whether it is giving your time or a financial gift, your generosity will go towards helping those in need in the city. Please consider making a contribution by clicking the link below to visit our secure giving page, hosted by Vanco Services.

Thanksgiving Generosity Drive for Wellroot Family Services

Please join us in supporting the ministry of Wellroot Family Services through the Thanksgiving Generosity Drive. We are collecting $25-$50 gift cards to be used to buy groceries, such as Kroger, Publix, Walmart and Visa. These gift cards will be given to the families providing foster child care that are served by Wellroot.

Please bring your gift cards to the church, either on Sundays mornings or Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. You may also make an donation for us to purchase gift cards on your behalf through our Online Giving page.

Give Through CashApp

You can make monetary donations through CashApp, at $AtlantaFirstUMC. Scan or click the link.


You can make a donation using your cell phone by texting the numeral of the amount you wish to give to the phone number below. For instance, to give $20, simple text 20. You will then be directed to a secure website where you can complete your gift.


Ministry Supply Amazon Wishlist

You can directly support our mission to serve our neighbors in need by purchasing supplies for our ministries, such as Friends at the Front Door. We have created a wishlist at Amazon through which you can purchase these needed supplies, which Amazon will then ship to the church.

Click HERE to view the list.

Support UMCOR

When disaster strikes around the globe, so many watching the drama unfold on our living room televisions feel entirely helpless. How could any one person make a difference in the wake of such widespread devastation? As responders around the globe scramble to help survivors, the United Methodist Committee on Relief, UMCOR, is prepared to act.

Since 1940, when UMCOR’s forerunner was established to meet the needs of those suffering overseas at the onset of World War II, we’ve continued to respond to those in desperate need—today in more than eighty countries around the world. The response of UMCOR isn’t something “they” do, it’s something we do.

When you give, you equip Christ’s body to serve in his name. That’s because your generous giving to UMCOR is what allows us to act as the arms and legs of Christ’s church, moving toward the most vulnerable in their darkest days.