But it was one offering that warmed the hearts of everyone at the congregation, and it wasn't the amount of money that moved them.
"After the service we have a couple of people called counters who process the offerings and put them in our safe," Pastor Patrick Hamrick told ABC News. "The secretary called me over and in the envelope was a dime, a nickel, and three cents. That was the 18 cents. We flipped it over and the note was there."
The note, written by an anonymous donor, said:
"Please don't be mad. I don't have much. I'm homeless. God Bless."
"We were very touched by it," Hamrick said. "I just had a phone call from the person who says that he's the one.”
Barry Collins, a long-time church member and office volunteer, believes the man had eaten breakfast with the church Sunday morning and left the note behind afterwards.
“Every Sunday morning, we serve breakfast to our homeless neighbors,” Collins told ABC News of what is known as the “Muffin Ministry.”
Hamrick, who posted the note on the church Facebook page, told the mystery man that the community could rally together for him should he reveal his identity, but the man chose to remain unnamed.