“Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.”
— 2 Corinthians 9:7
If you would like to send your contribution through PayPal, please use the botton below to do so.
Q. Why give online?
A. Online giving is just another method of providing your offering to the Lord. We understand there are times when you will be away, and in this era of online banking, automatic bank withdrawals, and bill pay, this is a convenience many folks find to make their financial management simpler.
Q. How safe is online giving?
Q. What type of bank account can I give from?
A. You can give online from your checking account, Master Card, Visa, or Discover.
Q. Can I use a debit card?
A. Yes. You can use a debit check card from Visa or Master Card.
Q. Are there fees involved with giving online?
A. No. You will pay no fees for giving online.
Q. Can I make a one-time contribution?
A. Yes. You can give your contribution either weekly, biweekly, or when you normally would give your contribution to the Lord. However, there is also an option should you desire to setup an automatic contribution monthly.
Q. Will I still receive a yearly contribution statement?
A. Yes. You will receive a yearly statement for tax purposes for all contributions that meet the qualifications for amount given.
Q. When will the contributions be taken from my account?
A. The money you give online will be taken from your specified account within 48 business hours of the date you submitted your contribution. This amount of time allows for the contribution to be processed through the different banking establishments. If the date of your contribution falls on a weekend or a holiday, the transaction will be initiated on the next banking day.
Q. Does it matter which Internet browser I use?
A. No. Any browser will work.
Q. If I have additional questions about online giving, who can I speak with?
A. For any questions, concerns, or comments about giving online, please contact the church office at 713-941-4520. Or speak with one of the elders.