I’ve never done this before. How much do most people give?
The bible refers to 10% of our income as a target for giving (also referred to as tithing). But, more than 50% of all regular church goers give nothing. If every attendee gave just 3-4% of their income, our church impact would more than double!
If you’ve never given before, pick a percentage of your income that you want to give, start giving regularly. And if you’re already tithing, stay the course and watch God honor your sacrifice!
We recommend that you give online. It's simple and secure. Can I schedule recurring donations?
Yes. In addition to one-time gifts, you can also setup a recurring gift online. You can specify how often (frequency) you want your contribution to be made (i.e. weekly, monthly, or etc.). This is absolutely the best way to give consistently with your finances. Choosing to give online has another advantage: while the offering is being received in service, you won't have to fumble around with your envelope; you can just enjoy since you've given already!If I give online, what types of payments do you take?
We accept a variety of payment methods including by ACH, debit card, and major credit card (VISA, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express). We want to make sure giving is convenient and not a hassle for you.What if I change credit cards or want to adjust the date or amount of a contribution?
No problem! With your login information, you can edit or delete a scheduled contribution at any time, including the credit card, expiration date, gift frequency, and amount.Is online giving secure?
Yes. All of your giving data is secured by SSL encryption. SSL is an acronym for "Secure Socket Layer", a security protocol that provides communications privacy over the Internet. It's is the same technology used by banks and e-commerce companies to keep your information safe and secure during transactions.Will I still receive a giving statement if I give online?
Yes, we provide giving statements on a quarterly basis. Just make sure your address info is current and you'll get yours in the mail.Who do I talk to if I have more questions?