You’ve probably heard it before, but just so we’re clear, giving (or tithing) is something God has asked His people to do as a means of supporting His work, and as a reminder that all we have is really His anyway. While we do rely on the support of those who call Crossridge home, if you’re a guest with us, we really don’t want your money. Really. Seriously. We’re not just messing with you. We’re not just trying to trick you into not giving so we can look down on you with furrowed brows and disapproving frowns.
If you've been part of a Crossridge gathering on a Sunday, you may have noticed we don't pass around a plate asking for donations. For those of you who do call Crossridge home, or for those who may just want to make a one-time donation toward the work going on here, there are 4 ways you can financially support Crossridge.
Stop by the CONNECTDESK in the lobby on a Sunday morning and grab an offering envelope. Fill out the information, enclose your gift and drop it in the offering bin. For tax receipts, cash donations MUST be made using an envelope as we need a record of your gift.
You can set up automatic monthly giving, direct from your bank account. To set this up, you can grab a Preauthorized Debit Agreement form from the ConnectDesk in the lobby (or download and print the form below), fill it out and return it with a VOID check.
If you prefer to give online using a credit card, you can do so by clicking the link below. You will be given the option to make a one-time donation or set up a recurring gift.
If you'd prefer to use your mobile device, you can do so by installing the Church Center App (Android/iOS). Once downloaded, you can use location services or your postal code to search for Crossridge. Select Crossridge as your church. You'll then enter your mobile number to log in. From there you'll be able to give a one-time gift or set up recurring giving. You can also use the app for other features, such as registering for events (more features coming soon!).
A NOTE REGARDING DESIGNATED GIVING:
If a donation is made with a requested designation to a specific fund or expense, that "restricted" donation will first be expended for the donor’s designated use, and any excess after fulfillment of the expenses will be used for general purposes.