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Your partnership supports the mission of Laguna Presbyterian, its ministry programs, along with local, and global non-profits, and our mission partners around the world. Join us in 2021!

Give safely and securely online (Click Here). Thank you for your gift!


A Letter from Pastor Steve Sweet

I am excited to share our stewardship/mission focus for 2021: Imagine the Impact: Loving God and Neighbor. It is my prayer that 2021 will be a year for us to dream and discern the vision God has for Laguna Presbyterian Church. My hope is that together we will prayerfully discern Gods will for new and innovative ways to embrace, serve, and impact our community; that we will participate together in the mission field God has placed before us; and that Laguna Presbyterian Church will minister to Laguna Beach, our surrounding communities, and the world with the love and compassion of Christ.

Thank you for your gift. Your generosity is changing lives here and around the world!  – Steve Sweet, Sr. Pastor

Imagine the Impact: Commitment 2021

YES! I would like to make a commitment to financially partner with LPC in sharing the Good News in 2021. (Click Here)

PRINT your 2021 Commitment Cards: If you would like to print out the 2021 Commitment Card and mail to the Church Office, we invite you to do that as well. Thank you again for your partnership in ministry!

Commitment Card 2021_p1 and Commitment Card Auto Pay 2021_p2 

You can also give by Personal Check / Traditional Envelope. Mail to: Laguna Presbyterian Church, 415 Forest Avenue, Laguna Beach, CA. 92651. If you would like a monthly envelope, contact: Caroline Millson at 949.494.7555

Questions? Email: Caroline Millson, Financial Administrator

Commitment Card 2021Auto Pay Authorization Card 2021

All donations are recorded as a “Tithe” unless designated otherwise.

What is meant by “Tithe?”  Literally tithe means tenth or 10%. Tithing is a reminder that God is the supplier of everything and is an expression of gratitude for all God’s good gifts. We are reminded that we are “blessed to be a blessing.”