You may continue to submit your offering with cash or check in an envelope. However, if you have a computer or smartphone, you may want to consider changing to online giving. You have 2 choices for online giving to Trinity. Please consider using Zelle, which is available at most US Banks. There are currently no fees to transfer funds with Zelle at most banks. Trinity will continue to accept offerings through PayPal, but fees with every transfer have increased, so this decreases the value of your offering.
Zelle® is a fast and convenient way to send and receive money with people or small businesses you know and trust who have a bank account in the U.S. For more information and a list of participating banks, go to Get Started with Zelle® and search for your bank. You can find your bank and enroll in Zelle through this site or enroll directly through your bank as outlined below.
Most banks will offer to text or call you with a one-time verification code when you sign in or ask to transfer funds. Always choose this option to enhance security.
Unfortunately, there are Zelle scammers. If you receive a phone call saying there is a problem with your Zelle transfer, hang up and call your bank directly. NEVER give your verification code, account numbers, or online banking access information to anyone. Banks will NEVER call and ask you for account information or ask you to transfer funds to yourself. Scam callers can be very friendly & convincing. It's OK for you to be rude.
You will receive an email when money is automatically transferred. Click on Activity under Zelle in your online account to check on how much money you send and when. Should you have any questions or need assistance, Laurie or Mali Schulz can answer those question and help assist you in setting up Zelle. A number of other parishioners also use Zelle.