GIVING

We encourage giving as an act of worship.


What we believe about giving

Our mission is leading people in a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Please join our church repair plan.
We appreciate your generosity and your cooperation in supporting our church to spread its community ans service opportunities.


WORSHIP SERVICES

During the weekend services (and mid-week services) we have a time of dedicating our tithes and offerings to God in prayer. This is an opportunity to give to God during the service.

 

MAIL

We can also mail our tithes and offerings. Our offering envelopes are available at the Welcome Center in the church foyer. The envelopes are pre-addressed with the churches mailing address. Please take time to pray, then simply place your check within the envelope, add a postage stamp and drop in the mailbox


GIFTS IN KIND

If you have real property, assets, or anything else you would like to leave to the church in your will, please contact Pastor Seraaj to discuss ahead of time by e-mail (kseraaj@cornerstonembc.org) or by phone (407.770.1589). The next step would be to have appropriate paperwork prepared. 

 

ONLINE

It is now possible and convenient to give online (either one time or automatically) using this website. Once again, consider gathering together as a family to dedicate what you give in prayer, asking God to accomplish spiritual results – especially that many would come to faith in Jesus Christ.



WHY GIVING?

TAKING THE STEP OF FAITH

When you participate in online giving, you decide in advance to faithfully give. God always blesses that kind of faith!

 

SIMPLIFYING YOUR LIFE

Online giving is simple, easy, and also reduces post office trips, postage
costs and weekly/monthly check-writing chores.

 

HELPING THE CHURCH TO SERVE OTHERS

When you participate in online giving, you’re also helping to streamline
administrative overhead costs – thus, putting more of your dollars to
work in the ministries.


Give to be blessed? No, God doesn't need anything that you have in order to bless you.
Giving is not a contractual undertaking. You are entering into a relationship where you give to God with an expectation that He will give back.
Giving is an act of gratitude. And worship. In giving of our physical substance we are saying that we value our Maker above our money. Abraham established the tithe in giving a tenth of his possessions to the High Priest Melchizedek. He gave out of a sense of reverence and thanksgiving. That is how we should give--with an even deeper sense of gratitude to our High Priest, who gave everything for you and me.

Testimonial Kevin Seraaj
Kevin Seraaj
Senior Pastor