Scheduled Giving

Open your heart without opening your checkbook.
Reasons to sign up for Electronic Giving:
  • No need to write checks or bring cash to church
  • Peace-of-mind knowing that the church is receiving your contribution even if you are unable to attend
  • More secure than checks
  • All contributions are recorded for you on your bank statement with date of settlement
  • IT COSTS YOU NOTHING!
Use your bank account or credit card.
YOU CAN MAKE A ONE-TIME DONATION OR SCHEDULED GIVING JUST CLICK:

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Frequently Asked Questions about Online Giving:
Q. What is electronic giving?
A. Electronic giving is a direct payment program whereby your contribution is debited automatically from your     checking or savings account.
Q. What are the advantages of electronic giving?
A. It makes it easy to fulfill stewardship commitments, even when you can’t attend church. You never have to bring cash or checks to church.  Giving electronically also helps the church save money and improve its budget!
Q. How are my contributions automatically deducted from my account?
A. Once you complete and sign an authorization form and return it to us,  the contribution amount you specify will automatically be transferred from your bank account to the church’s bank account.
Q. When will my contribution be deducted from my account?
A. Your electronic contribution will be debited on the date you specify on the authorization form.
Q. If I do not write checks, how do I keep my checkbook balance straight?
A. Since your contribution is made at a pre-established time, you simply record it in your check register on the      appropriate date. Electronic contributions are recorded for you on your bank statement.
Q. Without a canceled check, how can I prove I made my contribution?
A. Your bank statement gives you an itemized list of electronic transactions. It is your proof of contributing.
Q. What if I change bank accounts?
A. Notify the church and we will give you a new authorization form to complete.
Q. Is electronic giving risky?
A. It’s less risky than writing checks or bringing cash to church. Electronic contributions cannot be lost, stolen or      destroyed and have an extremely high rate of accuracy.
Q. How much does electronic giving cost?
A. It costs you nothing!
Q. What if I try electronic giving and don’t like it?
A. You can cancel your authorization by notifying the church at any time.
Q. How do I sign up for electronic giving?
A. Complete and sign the authorization form and return it to the church along with a voided check or savings account deposit slip.
ELECTRONIC GIVING
Open your heart without opening your checkbook.

Reasons to sign up for Electronic Giving:
• No need to write checks or bring cash to church
• Peace-of-mind knowing that the church is receiving your contribution   even if you are unable to attend
• More secure than checks
• All contributions are recorded for you on your bank statement
with date of settlement
• IT COSTS YOU NOTHING!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT ELECTRONIC GIVING

Q. What is electronic giving?
A. Electronic giving is a direct payment
program whereby your contribution      is debited automatically from your      checking or savings account.
Q. What are the advantages of
electronic giving?
A. It makes it easy to fulfill stewardship
commitments, even when you can’t      attend church. You never have to      bring cash or checks to church.      Giving electronically also helps the      church save money and improve its      budget!
Q. How are my contributions
automatically deducted from my
account?
A. Once you complete and sign an      authorization form and return it to us,      the contribution amount you specify      will automatically be transferred from      your bank account to the church’s      bank account.
Q. When will my contribution be      deducted from my account?
A. Your electronic contribution will be      debited on the date you specify on      the authorization form.
Q. If I do not write checks, how do I      keep my checkbook balance      straight?
A. Since your contribution is made at a      pre-established time, you simply      record it in your check register on the      appropriate date. Electronic      contributions are recorded for you on      your bank statement.
Q. Without a canceled check, how      can I prove I made my      contribution?
A. Your bank statement gives you an      itemized list of electronic      transactions. It is your proof of      contributing.
Q. What if I change bank accounts?
A. Notify the church and we will give      you a new authorization form to      complete.
Q. Is electronic giving risky?
A. It’s less risky than writing checks or      bringing cash to church. Electronic      contributions cannot be lost, stolen or      destroyed and have an extremely      high rate of accuracy.
Q. How much does electronic giving      cost?
A. It costs you nothing!
Q. What if I try electronic giving      and don’t like it?
A. You can cancel your authorization by      notifying the church at any time.
Q. How do I sign up for electronic      giving?
A. Complete and sign the authorization      form and return it to the church along      with a voided check or savings      account deposit slip.