Why We Give
Tithes and Offerings – The Bible teaches us the baseline for giving is the tithe. When we give the first 10% of our income to the church, we put God first in our lives. Tithing is a reminder that God is the supplier of everything, and we are just giving back a portion that He has first given to us. It is an act of worship that expresses our faith, gratitude and love. Giving above our tithe further demonstrates a generous heart just like God’s heart. "God loves a cheerful giver.” – 2 Corinthians 9:7
Ways to Give
Contributions are tax-deductible
Offering envelope – Give by cash, check or card.
Online Giving – Make a one-time gift or setup recurring transactions. You can create an account (optional) to manage your regular giving and see a record of all transactions.
Text Message – Text any dollar amount or text Help to 631-223-7575. You will receive a reply with instructions for a one-time registration. Anytime thereafter just text an amount to donate.
Stock Contributions – Initiate a transfer to our account. Email us at for more information.
Online and Text giving – Are there any fees involved?
The church pays any electronic payment fees so your contribution remains fully tax-deductible. To
maximize your contribution to the church we recommend recurring giving by bank withdrawal (E-check). Electronic bank withdrawals incur a smaller processing fee than card payments, but all options are available for your convenience.
Text giving - How can I edit my information or see my giving history?
Create an online giving login using the same email account you used to register for text giving. To reset your card information simply text the word Reset.
Online and Text giving – Is my information secure?
Our provider is PCI Level 1 Security Certified, which is the highest security standard in the electronic
Stock Contributions – Are there any tax advantages?
In most cases, by transferring stock rather than first selling the stock, you can receive contribution credit for the total value of the stock contribution without paying taxes on the profit of a sale.