All gifts are receipted, tax-deductible, and processed through the Church Planting Network of  Reformed University Fellowship, which is an arm of the Presbyterian Church in America and is a registered 501c3, as well as a member of ECFA.


PAYABLE TO: Resurrection Knoxville

MAILED TO: RUF. -  P.O. Box 890004  - Charlotte, NC 28289-0004

In the memo line, please include #0343 / Resurrection Knoxville.  If you have questions about giving by check, email or call 678-825-1070.


You may give securities either by transfer of the certificate of ownership or through account transfer arranged by your broker. In each case, you avoid the tax on any potential gain and receive a deduction for the full fair market value of securities.

To give a gift of stock, email or call 678-825-1070.

If you need additional assistance, contact our Treasurer Robert DeNovo 865-766-3005;



From the perspective of the gospel, fund-raising is not a response to a crisis. Fund-raising is, first and foremost, a form of ministry. It is a way of announcing our vision and inviting other people into our mission. Vision and mission are so central to the life of God’s people that without vision we perish and without mission we lose our way (Prov. 29:18; 2 Kings 21:1-9). Vision brings together needs and resources to meet those needs (Acts 9:1-19). Vision also shows us new directions and opportunities for our mission (Acts 16:9-10). Vision gives us courage to speak when we might want to remain silent (Acts 18:9). Fund-raising is proclaiming what we believe in such a way that we offer other people an opportunity to participate with us in our vision and mission.  - Henri Nouwen, The Spirituality of Fundraising


To be a self-supporting, self-sustaining congregation as soon as the Lord allows