Online Giving and Payments to Church Events
We are grateful for your support of the Fifth Ward Church of Christ. Online Giving allows contributions or payments for church events to be made electronically. The application allows for the setup of recurring or one-time contributions. Changing the payment date or contribution amount can be made at any time.
To record your contribution to church records, a request to email@example.com for your assigned envelope number is preferred. Within 24 hours you will receive an email with the number. When registering or managing your account, enter your envelope number in the applicable space.
Please click HERE to access the online giving site, where you can log in to your existing account or give without registering in the GIVE NOW screen.
Online Giving FAQs
1. What is Online Giving?
Online Giving is a method whereby your contribution or event payment is debited from your checking, savings, or credit card account to the church.
2. What are the advantages of Online Giving?
It makes it easy to fulfill stewardship commitments, even when you can’t attend worship services. You never have to bring cash or write checks to church. Giving electronically also helps the church save money and improve its budget!
3. How are my contributions automatically deducted from my account?
Your contributions will automatically deduct from your checking account or charged to your debit/credit card on the date you specify. A receipt confirmation email is sent to you for each contribution or event payment.
4. Can I make a contribution and also pay to a church event?
Yes. You can do both by selecting the applicable event from the drop-down list.
5. What if I change bank accounts or my credit/card expires?
Simply login. In the My Accounts Section, update your account information and create a new recurring schedule.
6. What if I try Online Giving and don’t like it?
You can cancel your authorization by deleting your accounts and donation dates
7. How do I sign up for Online Giving?
Complete the online registration form and select the donations and the amount you would like to donate along with your E-check, credit, or debit card information. It’s that easy!
8. Is the statement history report acceptable for IRS tax reporting?
Per IRS regulations, the church issued contribution statement is the only record accepted for reporting cash donations.
For more questions, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.