It’s impossible to out-give God, but you’ll never regret trying.
God gives us good things we don’t deserve and could never earn, like grace and forgiveness. He gave the ultimate gift, His son, for our sins. When you hear us talk about irrational generosity, that’s what we mean. God created you with a generous spirit. We want to help you embrace it by giving beyond your tithe with an offering to one of these causes.
Make Your Giving Recurring
Consistently returning the tithe to God has never been easier. See how God will create a deeper heart of generosity in you when you make your gifts recurring. Just tap the recurring toggle in the giving portal and set the frequency that works for you.
Set Up Offerings
God made each of us unique including how we make a difference through our giving. You can go beyond the tithe and give directly to a fund that’s meaningful to you, such as global missions, The Resource Center, or special projects at Trace Ridge.
You don’t have to limit your giving to dollars and cents. We can accept non-cash gifts including: stocks, bonds, and mutual fund shares; retirement, trusts, assets, and more; valuable items like cars and jewelry; cryptocurrency like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and more. To give a non-cash gift, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What happens to my money when I give to Trace Ridge?
We adhere to high standards of biblical accountability, congregational governance, financial transparency, integrity in fundraising, and proper use of charitable resources. We make our financial statements freely available to view, and you are always welcome to contact our Finance Committee with general questions about our financial practices.
What’s the most cost-effective method of giving?
The most cost-effective method of giving to Trace Ridge Church is the “bank account” option. This method has the lowest processing costs which allows us to put more of your gift to work in ministry.
How can I get a giving statement for tax purposes?
We will send you a giving statement by February 28 of the following calendar year. If you need help getting a copy of your giving statement or have questions about your giving history, just let us know and we’d be happy to help!