"Your generous contributions fill us with humility, gratitude, and love for our Savior!"

Why We Give

It is our joy to pursue generosity together, to mirror the generosity that God has lavished upon us unto others. We give to glorify God, to further God's purposes to our world, to care for our brothers and sisters, out of our gratitude for how God has touched us, and in non-coerced obedience to his Word. If everyone was part of a local church, and every church was well-supplied, then everyone would have a whole family of faith caring for them both spiritually and physically. When you give to our church, you help us make this vision a reality. You become a partner with us in all our ministries. And so our fruit increase to your credit. (See 2 Corinthians 9:6–15, Galatians 6:6–10, Philippians 4:14–20, 1 Timothy 6:6–10, 17–19)

How to Give

Online giving is a convenient way to plan your financial impact for your church. Our church's online giving is processed by MyeOffering. You can create/manage your account at the link below.

Did you know of these tax-efficient ways to give to a non-profit?

We want to give Caesar what is his, but not more than we have to; not because we love money, but because we would rather use our money for the glory of God. In that spirit, here are some considerations to make your giving more tax-efficient. Consult with your financial advisor first to see how it would work for you.

A Donor Advised Fund (DAF) may assist you to stack your giving and to increase your income tax deductions.
Gifting an asset instead of the proceeds of the sale of an asset increases the amount gifted. Whereas you would be charged capital gains tax to sell an asset, your church would not.
A Qualified Charitable Donation from an IRA, 401(k), or 403(b) counts towards your Required Minimum Deductions without the tax burden. (You will need the non-profit's Tax ID number to fill out the form.)
We send out an End of the Year Giving Report for you to claim on your deductions. All checks and online giving are recorded with confidentiality. These reports are mailed out in January or February.