Support the Alliance

Why support the Alliance?

Supporters of the Alliance are the cornerstone of our ministry, providing the faithful prayer and financial support necessary to keep us teaching solid biblical truths.

Many ways to support

We offer many ways for you to support the Alliance, from a one-time gift, to planned monthly giving, to including the Alliance in your will. If you would like to give in a way that is not listed below, call 800-956-2644 to discuss how we can make it happen.


Give a one-time gift of any amount.

By Mail:

USA Donors: Please mail your gifts to: Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, 600 Eden Rd, Lancaster, PA 17601.

Canadian Donors: Please mail your gifts to: Canadian Committee of The Bible Study Hour, PO Box 24087, RPO Josephine, North Bay, ON  P1B 0C7.
Or you may donate online at

Monthly Giving:

Individuals can join the Alliance by becoming a Friend of the Alliance. Friends of the Alliance are committed and faithful partners in proclaiming the truths of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. They enable the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals to call the church to a modern reformation. You can join us in working to reform the church of our day with a monthly gift of just $25. Click here to find our more or to become a friend.

Churches may join the Alliance by becoming a supporting church. These churches not only continue to benefit from scriptural teaching but also help others in their church, town, across the county, and -- with our website -- around the world, to hear the Word and respond. For more information on becoming a supporting church, click here.

Stock Transfers: Gifts of stock are a great way of supporting the work of the Alliance and can reduce your tax obligations.

Planned Giving: A Last Will and Testament has long been a most favored way for Christians to distribute those assets which God has entrusted to them; the Bible tells us that it “speaks” after one’s death.

Reformed Resources: A great way to support the Alliance is through purchasing Alliance resources. Visit our online store to buy audio, books, and more.

Amazon Smile: Purchases with can generate donations for charitable organizations.


Partner with the Alliance

Subscribing Member: The Alliance and its members conform to the creeds and confessions of the reformation and wish to herald biblical inerrancy, subscribing to the Chicago Statement of Biblical Inerrancy.

Subscribing Churches: If your church believes strongly in the need for a modern reformation and holds fast to the evangelical affirmations of the Protestant Reformation then subscribe to the Alliance.

President's Circle members are the most faithful and generous financial supporters of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. President's Circle members give $1,000 or more a year or $10,000 or more in a lifetime. Call 215-546-3696 for more information.

Reformation Societies: The mission of the Alliance is to encourage, embolden, and equip ministers and other church leaders for the work of Biblical reformation in the churches. To this end we envision informal, voluntary Reformation Societies, where church leaders will meet for the joining of hearts and minds in pursuit of actual and practical reformation in their churches.

Regional Reformation Coordinators: The role of Alliance Reformation Coordinator is to share the mission and message of the ministry with others. This role is a key volunteer position as it is one of few means to grow the ministry beyond the existing walls of the Alliance.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can I designate my gift?
    Yes, you may designate your gift to any one of our ministries, including our radio broadcasts and Reformation Societies. Or you may choose to designate to our general fund. These options are available online or by mail and phone.
  • What is the difference between a Watchdog organization rating and accreditation?
    The Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability is an accrediting organization. Other organizations, such as GuideStar and Just Give are Watchdog organizations. ECFA provides a helpful article explaining the difference.
  • Who holds the Alliance accountable?
    The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals is a charter member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. We fully meet their standards for financial management and disclosure each year. Independent outside auditors certify that funds are properly managed, and go to the projects for which they were given.