How to reimburse pastor for a cash payment he made to contractor

by Tom
(Amarillo)

One of our church members cleans our building for $50/week, which I normally write a check for. One week I was out sick and the pastor paid him out of his own pocket the $50 (cash).

The next weekend, I wrote a check to the pastor for his weekly payment plus the $50 that he paid to the cleaner.

I want to record this so that:
a) $50 of the check shows up as re-imbursement to the pastor - not part of his weekly pay
b) it shows up in the cleaner's 1099 data

How do I do that so that each one is properly credited?

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