GIVE

Giving is one of the fundamental ways to demonstrate our love and gratitude to God. When you give, you support the mission of Crossroads to Glorify Jesus by Reaching others, Growing spiritually and Helping those in need. Thank you for supporting all the Ministries of Crossroads and the community around us. 

SIX EASY WAYS TO GIVE:

 

GIVE ON SUNDAY AT CROSSROADS

To give on a Sunday morning, place your check or cash in the offering box located at the doors of the sanctuary. For your convenience, offering envelopes are found in the pew. Simply complete the information and drop it in the offering box.

 

GIVE ONLINE

If you cannot make a worship service because you are working or out of town, you can go to our website, (hey, you’re already here!) click the “Give Online Here” button at the top of the page, and give your tithes and offerings from the comfort of your home. You may also set up a recurring payment using your debit or credit card. 

 

GIVE BY MAIL

You can mail your giving envelope to the Crossroads office. You can also utilize your bank's bill pay service to have checks automatically cut and mailed to the church.

 

GIVE THROUGH AUTOMATIC BANK DEBIT

The automatic bank debit option is a giving option that allows you to set up weekly, monthly, bimonthly, or quarterly gifts to Crossroads. Set up automatic giving here. 

 

GIVE BY TEXTING

Text CROSS to 73256. You will receive a text asking for your contribution amount and information.

 

GIVE STOCKS OR BONDS

Contact Donna Cimino at donna@washingtoncrossroads.com for information.

 

All contributions are 100% tax deductible. The donor of the gift must be identifiable in order to be tax deductible. Checks or online gifts will automatically be tracked in your giving statements. Cash gifts must be placed in a completed giving envelope in order for your gift to be tax deductible. To help you track your giving, statements are mailed each quarter and at the end of the year.

 

QuestionsContact Donna Cimino or Lori Garske at 309.444.2381

"There is more happiness in giving than in receiving." -Acts 20:35