Your financial gifts are vital to maintain our facility and enhance worship, ministries, and programs central to our vision of being energized, engaged and equipped to demonstrate God’s love to all. We ask that you would prayerfully consider how God is leading you to give. Any amount, small or large will help us in our journey as a caring community called by Christ to serve and live in faith.
We work with Vanco Services to provide you a secure platform to make one-time or recurring giving transactions. If you create a profile, you can make recurring donations, review giving reports and edit transaction amounts at any time. We accept credit cards or you can elect to have funds directly transferred from your bank account. Vanco Services meets the tightest Purchase Card Industry (PCI) standards for security so you can be assured your banking information is safe. Use the paper form here if you would like us to help enroll you in online giving.
An electronic giving kiosk is available in the gathering area near the CLC. Now you can swipe your debit or credit card to make a one-time financial donation to the church. Giving Cards are located near the kiosk for you to fill out so we can update your giving account with your donation amount.
We are only one generation from faithlessness and godlessness. If one generation fails to pass the torch, then the next generation will not recognize God and will live in ignorance of God’s will for life. We often leave this effort of legacy to experts (pastors, youth leaders), but we all need to reclaim the legacy – the legacy of faith. The question then is this: “What do you want your legacy to look like?”
The Legacy Fund at Our Savior’s was created to help answer some of these concerns. The fund is not about current accounts, but rather the future investment in our legacy of faith, an investment that could last forever. What better place for a portion of our assets, assets that when no longer needed will continue to promote this legacy of faith. Members of our church community can make gifts to the Legacy Fund in their will or estate plan to ensure that the work of the church continues long after they are gone.