Featured Giving Opportunity

Electronic Contributions and Automated Giving

You may sign up for your Our Lady of Guadalupe offertory contributions online via WeShare (formely called Parish Pay).

If you already have an account, Click here to access the OLG portal on WeShare.

You may enroll in less than three minutes by:

  • Creating an account on the OLG WeShare portal, set up your payment information, and begin your automatic monthly donations; or
  • Filling out the enrollment card above and turning it into the parish office

If you choose to participate in the Automated Giving program, you will no longer need to use weekly envelopes, although we will continue to mail them to you unless requested to discontinue.  WeShare participants who would still like to place something in the offertory basket may turn in empty offertory envelopes.

May God bless you for your generosity!

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Building Our Faith Campaign

You can give a recurring donation or make a one-time donation to Building Our Faith. To read more about this campaign, please see this page.

One-Time Online Donations

If you would rather make a one-time online donation, use the form below.

Enter the amount you wish to donate and click on the “Donate” button. You will be transported to the Paypal website — via a secure (https) connection. No credit card information is collected by the church or our website. From the Paypal website, you can use your Paypal account or your own credit card (Visa/Mastercard, Discover, American Express cards are accepted). Thank you again for your generosity!

General Donation

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Donation Total: $10

Religious Education Scholarships

Support a Religious Education (Family Faith Formation or Confirmation) student by donating towards their program fees. Visit this page for additional information.

Traditional/Offline Giving

There are several boxes in the church to receive your donation. There is the St. Anthony’s Poor Box by the candles, and the weekly Sunday basket.