Tithing is our foundation of giving

Tithing is a way to worship God, because it shows Him that we trust His provision in our lives. “Tithe” means ten percent, which is the portion of our income that we give to God to say thank you for all He has given us. God doesn’t need our money, He wants our trust, and trusting Him with our finances is a great way to demonstrate our dependence on Him.

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Online Giving Team

We know that tithing or giving 10% of your income can be challenging. That’s why to help you take that first step, we developed the Online Giving Team. Simply start by giving $20 or more online each week.

We believe that once you commit to making that small sacrifice, you will begin to build the foundations that will help you get on the way to obedience in this area of your faith. This is only the beginning of the journey toward becoming a generous person with your finances and in your life!

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Online Giving FAQ’s

What payment methods can I use?

Gifts can be made with any major credit/debit card (Visa, Mastercard, Discover or American Express) or through ACH directly from your bank.

Can I give to a specific fund?

Yes, simply select the fund you wish to give towards.

How do I cancel or modify a recurring giving profile?

Yes, you can simple click here to login. Then select “My Account” to view and modify any recurring gifts.

How do I get my giving history?

You can call, email us at [email protected] or fill out the contact form and we can get you a copy of your giving history. Also, at the end of each year, we’ll send you a copy of your giving history for tax purposes.

Other Ways to Give

Give in Person

If you’d rather give in person with cash or check, you can do that during our Sunday morning services. Simply drop your gift in the offering buckets during the service. Make sure you fill out the giving envelope to ensure that you get giving credit for tax purposes.

Give by Mail

You can also give by mailing in a check. Simply make your check payable to “Eikon Church” and mail it to:
Eikon Church
P.O. Box 1660
Kyle, TX 78640

Please do not send cash by mail.

Sunday, March 1, 2015 by Eikon Church