“God is able to provide you with every blessing in abundance, so that by always having enough of everything, you may share abundantly in every good work.” 2 Corinthians 9:8
In all that we do at St. Michael's, we are striving to cultivate and share generously God's abundance. There are multiple ways you can financially contribute to the mission and ministry of St. Michael's.
Make a one-time or recurring gift online here
Learn more about our Stewardship Campaign, and the importance of making a regular annual gift.
Mail your check to the church office: 1132 N Ivanhoe St. Arlington, VA 22205.
Direct your bank to send a check to the church office.
Text "STMICHAELSARLINGTON" to 73256 to make a contribution from your mobile device.
Stock transfers can be made in cooperation with The Diocese of Virginia. Contact the Parish Office at [email protected] for more details.
We also participate in the Amazon Smile program, where a percent of your eligible purchases made using our charity link goes to the church.
For questions or assistance with any of these options, please contact the parish office for more information, 703-241-2474.
Remembering and Becoming One
Stewardship is the act of attending to God's gifts in order to do God's work. God's gifts encompass much, from the blessings of creation to the talents we possess, and the financial resources we have at our disposal. Each year, the church conducts a campaign wherein we invite parishioners to reflect on how their monetary gifts might make a…Read More »
Join us in planting seeds for a vibrant St. Michael's for future generations by designating a gift to the St. Michael's Fund in your will or other estate plans.
Please fill out this short form to tell us about your planned gift.
No matter when you came to St. Michael's, you found a nurturing spiritual community that provided ways to live out and grow your faith. The roots of th…Read More »
Sowing Seeds of Hope
Undertaking major capital improvements during a global pandemic was risky, albeit necessary, in our case. One might argue that at a moment when our doors were shuttered, we should have spent far less time and resources worrying about making the foundation more solid for the future. However, from where I sit, it was a boldly faithful decision about the conf…Read More »