“The point is this: 

whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, 

and whoever sows bountifully will also reap bountifully. 

Each one must give as decided in their heart, 

not reluctantly or under compulsion for God loves a cheerful giver.”

-2 Corinthians 9:6-7

Thank you for keeping current with your pledge offerings. 

This is very important for our Church to keep up the ministry we are called to do, among ourselves and among our community. 


You can consider mailing your check to the church. This is a perfectly good way to make your pledge payment. Be sure to put your personal pledge number on your check and mail it to:


            St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

            18 James Lane

            East Hampton, NY 11937


If you would like to make your payment now, online, please follow the instructions below. You may pay by credit card, or by a draw on your checking account. 

You can Make your weekly Pledge offering here

Just click on the link below, which will take you to the page where you may make a payment of your weekly pledge. 


you can make a plate offering here

You may make a one-time offering by clicking the link below. Thank you in advance!


a note on stewardship and pledging

To Our Valued Parishioners:

Our Church community has not stopped working because our doors are closed. We are making efforts to help individuals directly as well as by sending donations to support our local Food Pantries and community organizations providing childcare to essential workers. If you have any ideas to share or know any needs where we can help, please contact Rev. Brunelle, Rev. Lambert, Holly Whitmore, or Tara Brinka in the church office.

Unfortunately, we are unable to celebrate Holy Week and Easter in our usual wonderful manner. This is usually a time of high attendance and support for St. Luke’s. There are also a lot of different scheduled events (meetings, weddings, and private event bookings) which have had to be canceled in the interests of public safety. Of course, St. Luke’s priority is the health and safety of all our members and friends, but there’s no denying that the loss of revenue from these events will make an impact on our mission.

Thank you to those who have been mailing in pledge offerings, and contributing online to keep up with your pledges. It is appreciated, as of course our expenses still need to be paid. We are intentionally keeping our staff on payroll during this time as part of our taking care of those who give of their time to help us in so many ways. Our treasurer and administrator are looking into seeing if we are able to receive some of the loan/grant money from the SBA in the recent fund bill. It seems like we are able to apply so that will help us get through some of this crisis.

We know some of you were laid off, or terminated during this pandemic. Can we help you? If you are someone who is still able to help us financially and are unfamiliar with methods of fulfilling your pledge by electronic means, please visit our website, www.stlukeseasthampton.org, or contact Tara Brinka by email at tower18@stlukeseasthampton.org and she will give you a call to talk you through different options. Of course, I will assist as best I can if you’d like to contact me.

Thank you again for your support. In unprecedented times like these, it is more important than ever to keep the faith flame burning.

With deep appreciation,

Dianne Benson

Stewardship Chair