Thank you for supporting our faculty, staff, & students. Since 1987, we have been equipping preachers, pastors, and churchmen for Christ’s Kingdom.
How to Support GPTS
There are several ways that you can support the faculty, staff, and students of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary
For 30 years, the Lord has answered the prayers of thousands of believers who have prayed for the Seminary. Please continue to pray for our faculty, staff, and students. Keep up-to-date with the Seminary by referring to our latest News, and by following us on Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.). We also invite you to contact us directly at 864.322.2717 or at email@example.com for specific updates.
You can give online by credit or debit card by choosing a campaign below. Please note that online gifts incur a transaction fee.
This method of giving incurs no transaction fee for the Seminary. You can send a check by mail to:
PO Box 690
Taylors, SC 29687
To make a gift of stock to the Seminary, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will provide you with the information you need, or put you into touch with our broker.
Gifts of Property
To make a gift of property (vehicle, real estate, gifts in-kind, etc.), please contact email@example.com and we will walk you through how best to make the appropriate arrangements.
Please consider including Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in your estate planning. While most planned gifts come to Seminary in the form of bequests, we are able to accept other types of planned gifts as well: life insurance gifts, IRA gifts, charitable remainder trusts, endowments, etc. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Gifts from your Will or Estate – Click here for sample bequest language.
- IRA Gifts – Click here to find out how to support GPTS through an IRA charitable gift via your Required Minimum Distribution (RMD).
Each type of planned gift offers specific tax and other benefits to donors. To learn more, please contact Zachary Groff, Director of Advancement, at 864.322.2717, ext. 324 or by email at email@example.com for a confidential discussion.
When you make a planned gift, please include the following information in your documentation:
- The Seminary’s legal name is “Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary”
- The Seminary’s tax ID # is 57-0833937
- The Seminary’s mailing address is PO Box 690, Taylors, SC 29687
Fellowship for an Enduring Reformation
Donors who have made a planned gift or have notified the Advancement Office of future gift plans are members of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary’s Fellowship for an Enduring Reformation. If you would like to join the Fellowship for an Enduring Reformation, please contact the Advancement Office at 864.322.2717, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for supporting our faculty as they pursue God’s glory by equipping preachers, pastors, & churchmen for Christ’s Kingdom.
James E. McGoldrick Student Scholarship FundUpon the retirement of Dr. James E. McGoldrick from the faculty, the Board of Trustees renamed the Student Scholarship Fund the James E. McGoldrick Student Scholarship Fund. Thank you for supporting this fund in honor and memory of Dr. McGoldrick.
Our Enduring Reformation FundThe annual fund for Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Our fiscal year runs from July 1 to June 30.
John & Mildred Van Voorhis Endowed Scholarship FundIn honor of Trustee Emeritus Mr. John Van Voorhis and his many years of service to the Seminary, the Board of Trustees voted in May 2018 to establish the John & Mildred Van Voorhis Endowed Scholarship to fund full-tuition need-based scholarships for full-time resident Divinity students.
GPTS Bible Presbyterian Church Endowed Scholarship FundTo equip men for ordained preaching and pastoral ministry in the Bible Presbyterian Church, General Synod (BPC), Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary has established an endowed scholarship fund to benefit seminary students coming from the BPC. As of January 2022, the Fund is sufficiently grown to underwrite one full-time scholarship. As the Fund grows, it will support additional students from the BPC.