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We believe giving is an act of worship to God who generously gave us everything – including His Son Jesus. Giving regularly gives more people access to Jesus and allows for more stories of life change.
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Disaster Response Fund
As a result of the devastating flooding in Kentucky, one of our fellow EFCA churches has experienced significant damage. Join us in the efforts to rebuild this church and local community through giving directly to the Disaster Response Fund.
Ways to Give
To make giving more convenient and secure, we have created several options you can explore.
Text to Give
Text any amount to 84321. If this is your first time, you will be prompted to set up an online account and opt-in for text giving.
Use a debit card/credit card or connect your banking account.
Checks & Cash
Mail or drop your donation into a giving kiosk on campus. Use a Cash Gift Envelope (available at Guest Services and Reception), so we can credit your giving record. Checks can be made to “Faith Church.”
Schedule Your Giving
In just a few steps, you can make a one-time contribution, or you can set up recurring giving by using a debit/credit card or by connecting your checking account.
Want to see your donation go even further? Faith Church receives the most benefit when you use a checking account. You can even choose to cover the online processing fee for us. Just follow the instructions when you give using the link below.
Other Ways to Give
You can make a gift to Faith Church via Donor Advised Funds. Tax receipts will be issued by the Fund, and Faith Church will include it in an end-of-year letter for reference.
If considering a charitable bequest or planned gift to Faith Church, please contact your financial advisor for specific information and email Steve Davis, our Finance & Data Manager.
If you have an IRA, you can start taking a distribution at 59 1/2. If you are over 72 1/2, you must take a RMD. For some, donating the RMD can make a significant Kingdom impact while also reducing tax obligations. Learn more from your financial advisor/CPA.
You can donate these appreciated securities. Often, these donations receive a greater tax benefit than selling the appreciated securities/donating the cash. Donations are recorded as a charitable gift at the appreciated amount. You can potentially avoid recording a capital gain in the security as well. Consult a tax professional before initiating any transfer of securities. Faith Church will include it in an end-of-year letter for reference. Email Steve Davis, our Finance & Data Manager for instructions.