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It's amazing to see God's creativity, love, and generosity on full display each and every day. Our church family generously gives of their time, service, talents, and treasures through many acts of worship, and we invite you to join us in our movement of every day generosity!

Each and every act of generosity matter and helps change the lives of others. Everyone's gifts and service are acts of worship that truly bring us all closer to our Creator!

As a church, we believe that we are called to respond to the generosity of the gospel by giving extravagantly to the progress of the gospel in our community and world. Biblical generosity is not about meeting budget needs. It is about a rich and trusting relationship with a living God. When we give we are actually participating in God's mission (Mal. 3:6-12; Jas. 1:27; 3 Jn. 5:8). We express our faith and love to Him by honoring Him as the source of everything we have. Scriptural giving is performed with regularity, from the first portion of all we are given, as a proportion of our income (1 Cor. 16:1-2), cheerfully, without pressure or manipulation (2 Cor. 9:7), regularly (1 Cor. 16:2), and sacrificially (2 Cor. 8:1-5).

Tithing is a good starting place in giving. The Bible teaches us about a baseline standard for giving: the tithe (a word that literally means a “tenth”). When we give the first 10% of our income through the local church, we put God first in our lives. Tithing is an act of worship that expresses our gratitude, faith, and love for others. 

God also encourages us to give offerings beyond our tithe to specific projects at our local church and to other organizations and causes that we personally believe in for the advancement of the gospel.

Two Options to Give

There are two options to securely give. You can give using your bank account, as well as your credit or debit card.

NOTE: There is a small convenience fee associated with each method of online giving, ACH being the most cost-effective. The convenience fee covers the processing fees, allowing us to maximize ministry dollars. 

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