Honor the Lord with your wealth, with the first fruits of all your crops, then your barns will be filled to overflowing, and your vats will brim over with new wine.


There are many ways to give and serve with the resources God provides you. Legal, financial and tax aspects of these giving instruments are complex. If you are considering planned giving, you are encouraged to seek advice from an independent professional. Trinity can provide introductions to estate planning professionals. Please contact Elizabeth White, Director of Business and Operations (, 714.505.6254 x107).

Cash, appreciated securities (stock/mutual funds), real estate, business interests (C Corp, S Corp, LLC, LLP), charitable gift annuities and personal property.

Trinity, like many churches, universities and hospitals, has endowed funds. Planned giving to Trinity’s endowments is encouraged through church members’ wills, trusts and estate plans. Other types of estate gifts also include retirement plans, IRAs and life insurance plans.

For your protection, we have taken a number of steps to maximize the security of financial transactions that are accepted on the Trinity website. Credit card and bank account processing is accomplished using secure processing services. Your information is encrypted when transmitted. The online giving registration form requires contact information like name, e-mail address and some demographic information. We will not sell or rent your personal information to third parties.