What's the easiest way to give?
At Grace Church, we believe generosity is a vital element of our faith, so we're so grateful for every gift! We want you to be 100% sure that your giving is safe, secure, and that all gifts are used to impact our community, connect people through relationships, and help all people to lead a Christ-centered life!
But we also want to make it as easy as possible for you.
You can set up recurring giving, make a one-time gift, designate a gift to a specific ministry, or even set-up an online account for your giving! And it's all incredibly easy to use...
After clicking the blue circle icon in the bottom right corner, you'll follow along with a simple and easy-to-use GivingFlow. We highly recommend connecting your bank account to use ACH giving, which has absolutely no fees! You will also have the option to give with a credit card, which will incur a 1.9% processing fee from the credit card company (which is 35% lower than standard processing fees!) But that fee can still be significant on larger gifts, so we highly recommend connecting your bank account! This can save you money each time you give, and saves Grace Church thousands of dollars every year, so instead of paying fees, we can continue to impact our community with the message of Jesus!
You can also create an account, which will allow you to save your information for easy and accessible future giving.
All gifts to Grace Church are tax deductible, and you will receive a giving statement at the end of the year.
Is online giving secure?
Yes! For two reasons...
‣ Our digital giving platform, RebelGive, uses 256-bit encryption (which is the same level as every major bank) and our GivingFlows use secure tokens so that givers' information is protected. In layman's terms, RebelGive is compliant with the strictest standards governing the processing of electronic payments.
‣ When you sign in to your bank account using Plaid, you'll take advantage of their secure system which is trusted by JPMorgan Chase, Citi, American Express, Venmo, Wealthsimple and others. Don't worry--your credentials will never be made accessible to us or anybody else. Learn more about Plaid here.