Part of how we worship God at Ashland Grace is by giving cheerfully and sacrificially through our finances.
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2 Simple Steps:
- Click the "EasyTithe" button (credit & debit cards accepted)
- Enter your information
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
We use the resources that God has blessed us with to further the gospel of Jesus Christ in our church, community and beyond. We thank all of you who continue to faithfully meet our needs year after year! We ask that you would continue to pray for and support the ministry here at Grace, trusting that the reality of God’s grace will move in your hearts as you continue to grow in Him.
OTHER GIVING OPTIONS:
SUNDAY MORNING OFFERING:
Place cash or checks in the offering. You may choose to use the brown envelopes provided in the pews. There is no substantiation (receipts for tax purposes) for these gifts.
ASSIGNED ENVELOPE SYSTEM:
For a systematic approach to giving the church provides white giving envelopes. The 2016 envelopes are located at the Welcome Center in the Circle. The envelope system will allow you to plan ahead to give as you have determined on a regular basis. Confidential records are kept and substantiation of your gifts is mailed to you.
EFT (ELECTRONC FUNDS TRANSFER):
Many of us now are paying our bills electronically. Electronic giving is not only convenient; it is another way to give systematically. With electronic giving, you will authorize the church to debit your account on the first and/or fifteenth of the month. If you desire to participate in electronic giving you may obtain an authorization form from Anne Goodman in the church office via a visit to the office or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org and request the form. These gifts are substantiated.
Another option to aid in systematic giving is to authorize your bank to send your giving to the church as a check by using online banking and bill pay. Some banks offer this service without a fee. You will want to talk to your personal banker about this option. These gifts are substantiated.