Donate to Phoenix Seminary
Investment is at the heart of Jesus’ teaching regarding the future. Wisdom demands that we look to investing in the things that will last. Phoenix Seminary has been blessed in amazing and tangible ways over the past two decades. Over 2000 students have graduated and are currently serving Christ as pastors, teachers, leaders, missionaries, and counselors that are significantly impacting our world. Through the generous support of investors, the engagement of passionate students and the commitment of outstanding faculty and staff, Phoenix Seminary is a part of God’s work changing the landscape of the world for Christ.
Friends and investors like you, play a vital role in equipping future leaders for life-long service for Him. We are daily dependent on the prayers and financial support of committed Christians who look at their investment in Phoenix Seminary as an indispensable part of producing prepared leaders who are making a difference.
A gift to Phoenix Seminary is generally placed into the General Fund or Scholarship Fund. Please let us know which option your gift will support. If you would like to support an option not listed, or give a gift in kind, please call the Advancement Office at 602.429.4931.
Give by Mail
You may mail a check to:
7901 East Shea Boulevard
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Please designate what your gift will support.
Give by Phone
You may call Phoenix Seminary between the hours of 9am and 5pm MST to make your gift. We accept Visa, MasterCard or American Express. Please call Pam in the Accounting Office at 602-429-4926. Please designate what your gift will support.
Give by Automatic Withdrawal
You can make monthly contributions to Phoenix Seminary via automatic check or credit card withdrawal.
Note: The amount authorized by you will be withdrawn from your bank account on the 7th of every month or the 4th of every month if a credit card, Unless otherwise specified. For more information, call the Accounting Office at 602.429.4926.
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