what’s the difference between a pledge and a donation?

A pledge is a promise to give a certain amount of money over a designated time period—in this case, over the next three years. Your pledge will help us reach our goal of $5 million. A donation is money given today - if you made a pledge, the donation is the fulfillment of that pledge. For your convenience, donations can be set up as recurring payments. Fill out the form below to Make A Pledge, or click on the button Give below to Donate Now with a bank account or credit/debit card through our secure tithe.ly platform.


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If no, 100% of your donation will be for the diocesan-wide GILEAD campaign.
Choose one of our collaborating congregations from the drop-down list. Don’t see your congregation listed? Email diocese@iowaepiscopal.org to ask how your congregation can become a collaborating partner.



Donate online through our secure tithe.ly platform. Use the memo line if you would like to designate a portion of your gift to one of these collaborating congregations:

  • Algona, St. Thomas’ Church

  • Ames, St. John’s by the Campus

  • Anamosa, St. Mark’s Church

  • Ankeny, St. Anne’s by the Fields Church

  • Bettendorf, St. Peter’s Church

  • Boone, Grace Church

  • Burlington, Christ Church

  • Carroll, Trinity Church

  • Cedar Falls, St. Luke’s Church

  • Cedar Rapids, Christ Church

  • Cedar Rapids, Grace Church

  • Chariton, St. Andrew’s Church

  • Charles City, Grace Church

  • Clermont, Church of the Saviour

  • Clinton, Christ Church

  • Coralville, New Song Church

  • Council Bluffs, St. Paul’s Church

  • Davenport, St. Alban’s Church

  • Davenport, Trinity Cathedral

  • Decorah, Grace Church

  • Denison, Trinity Church

  • Des Moines, Cathedral Church of St. Paul

  • Des Moines, St. Andrew’s Church

  • Des Moines, St. Mark’s Church

  • Dubuque, St. John’s Church

  • Durant, St. Paul’s Church

  • Emmetsburg, Trinity Church

  • Fort Dodge, St. Mark’s Church

  • Fort Madison, St. Luke’s Church

  • Glenwood, St. John’s Church

  • Grinnell, St. Paul’s Church

  • Harlan, St. Paul’s Church

  • Indianola, All Saints’ Church

  • Iowa City, Trinity Church

  • Iowa Falls, St. Mathew’s by the Bridge

  • Keokuk, St. John’s Church

  • LeMars, St. George’s Church

  • Maquoketa, St. Mark’s Church

  • Marshalltown, St. Paul’s Church

  • Mason City, St. John’s Church

  • Muscatine, Trinity Church

  • Newton, St. Stephen’s Church

  • Orange City, Church of the Savior

  • Oskaloosa, St. James’ Church

  • Ottumwa, Trinity Church

  • Perry, St. Martin’s Church

  • Shenandoah, St. John’s Church

  • Sioux City, Calvary Church

  • Sioux City, St. Paul’s Indian Mission

  • Sioux City, St. Thomas’ Church

  • Spirit Lake, St. Alban’s Church

  • Storm Lake, All Saints’ Church

  • Waterloo, Trinity Church

  • Waverly, St. Andrew’s Church

  • Webster City, Good Shepherd Church

  • West Des Moines, St. Timothy’s Church

Don’t see your congregation listed? Email us and ask how your congregation can become a collaborating partner!

Have a question around what it means to be a collaborating congregation and how the campaign works? Email us with any questions you have!

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Gracious and Loving God,

We come to you in thanksgiving for all of our blessings.

You are the source of all.

Give us grace to be wise stewards of your creation and inspire us to prepare your church to bear fruits of love, hope, joy, and peace in a rapidly changing world.

May our faith and our stewardship bless the world through a renewed church, visionary leaders and engaged disciples.

All this we ask with grateful hearts, in Jesus’ name.