The United Methodist Church Giving App Rebranded and Now Available for Android and iOS Operating Systems

April 22, 2015


Nashville, TN – The General Council on Finance and Administration (GCFA), working in partnership with Vanco Payment Solutions has developed and improved the convenient mobile-device app that will allow members and visitors to make donations to the church while they are at church or if they are away.

The newly branded “Joyfully2UMC" has a scriptural reference, 2
Corinthians 9:7, and serves as a reminder that the app is another option to
give cheerfully to the church of choice. The app is now available as a free download for AndroidTM and iOSTM mobile devices.

The app, developed for members of United Methodist churches, allows users to search and find a local United Methodist church. This can be done for one’s home church that use Vanco Payment Solutions, or for anyone traveling who would like to continue to donate to their home church or donate to a church in the area they are visiting. Type in the name of the church in the SEARCH box and follow the prompts. Additional materials to explain the Joyfully2UMC app can be provided for local churches to give to their church members and attendees by contacting the GCFA Shared Services department at or 615.329.3393.

“GCFA is dedicated to exploring opportunities and working with reputable partners to help local churches increase funds for ministry,” said Moses Kumar, top executive with GCFA.

If your church does not currently use Vanco Payment Solutions to receive funds, you can let your finance committee know or contact Vanco Payment Solutions. For more information about how a local church can participate in any of the electronic giving programs it provides, call Vanco at 800- 774-9355.

The General Council on Finance and Administration coordinates and administers financial resources, safeguards the legal interests and rights of the Church, and provides administrative resources to enable the fulfillment of the mission of

The United Methodist Church.