For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.  – Jesus, Matthew 6:21

Jesus taught that our stewardship of time, talents, spiritual gifts, and material resources are indicators of our hearts, and Paul taught that we should give cheerfully and sacrificially in response to the love of God.  God offers us all the opportunity of being partners in the work He wants to do in the world.


Online Giving
Online giving is a quick, easy, and secure option for making a contribution to Willow Hill. 

Through Vanco, Willow Hill’s online giving provider, you can give using your debit or credit card, or you can give by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) from your bank account.  Our online giving program allows for recurring, periodic, and one-time-only donations, which can be added or changed at any time through your secure log in. 

There is a small service fee associated with each of our online giving methods.  Giving from your bank account has the lowest fee.  When entering your contribution information, you will be given the option of covering those fees so your gift may be fully used to support the missions and ministries of the church. 

You can connect to Vanco Online to set up or change your online giving by clicking the “Give Online” button.  Vanco also offers the Vanco Mobile app (iOS or Android) for use on your mobile device.  Simply download the Vanco Mobile app, search for “Willow Hill UMC”, and follow the instructions to set up your account and giving.


Giving During Worship
We receive an offering during each worship service.


Giving by Mail
Gifts and offerings may be mailed to the church at: 

Willow Hill UMC
304 East Far Hills Drive
East Peoria, IL  61611

Please note “offering” on the memo line of your check.


For More Information
Contact the church office at 309-383-2700 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.   – 2 Corinthians 9:7