how can i give at grace church?
The Bible says that every believer should strive to give a minimum of 10% of their income, or tithe, to their local church. Anything over 10% is called an offering and is a way to honor God by giving sacrificially. All contributions to Grace Church are 100% tax-deductible. Below are some ways that you can give at Grace Church.
- Give on Sundays. We don't normally pass plates to take up our offering on Sundays , but you can place your tithes and offerings in the boxes at the back corners of the worship space, or under the tv screens in the foyer.
- Give On-line (direct deposit or debit cards only). For your convenience you can give directly through this website by clicking the "Make a Donation" button above. This option gives you the flexibility to establish your own giving patterns - one time, or regularly-scheduled donations.
- Give by Mail. You can mail your Sunday giving envelope to the Grace Church office. You can also utilize your bank's bill pay service to have checks automatically cut and mailed to Grace Church.
- Give by Automatic Bank Debit. The automatic bank debit option allows you to set up monthly or bi-monthly gifts to Grace Church. You can download, then print the sign up form by clicking here, or you can pick up a form at the church office or Welcome Center desk in the foyer.
- Designated Giving. Beyond your tithe to the general ministry of Grace Church, you have the option of also giving to designated ministries. If you would like to give to a designated ministry, simply write the name of that ministry on the memo line of your check and 100% of the amount you designate will go to fund that ministry. For a list of designated funds, check out our designated giving page.
Remember, giving to designated funds should be done over and above your regular tithes. Also, we are only bound to honor specific offerings to fund those ministries that we have established as "designated." Any other offerings, no matter how they are specified, may be dispersed at the sole discretion of Grace Church.