Online Giving

Giving is an opportunity to demonstrate a heart’s desire to seek God first. (Matthew 6:33)  In giving, we worship God by leveraging our trust in Him and prioritizing the spread of the Good News of Jesus Christ!

Northshore Family is a registered 501(C)(3) tax exempt religious organization
 
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Thank you for your gifts!
LORD, multiply them for Your glory!

Financial giving can be divided into two categories: tithes and offerings.

The Bible teaches us that we worship the Lord with our tithe, which is defined as the first 10% of a person’s gross income that is to be given back to the local church.  When we feel called to give over and above our tithe, we do so as an offering.

Giving Options: Give safe and secure online via reoccurring or one-time bank transfers (best!), debit card, or credit card.  You can place your gifts in an offering plate during any worship service or mail your contribution.  Consider a legacy gift by donating assets like stock, property, and trust funds to the church.

Thanks for giving and investing in the Kingdom for God's glory!

Clover Donations (above) is our primary merchant account;
 however, you can also use the PayPal option here.

Heart for the House Offering

Help us with special projects and one-time needs by a giving a generous offering (over and above your regular tithes) to equip His church body to more effectively share and spread the Gospel.

Plan for Giving

 > GIVE // SAVE // LIVE  (10-10-80)

GIVE... write the first check to God (10%)

·    Demonstrate your trust in God by giving Him back your first!

·    Percentage giving back to God through the church is known as a tithe (10% gross)

·   When you give to God through the church first, God has a way of multiplying your finances and keeping your heart clear of unnecessary weight.

·    First 10% (tithe), then above the 10% (offering)


SAVE... write the next to you (10%)

·    Put a percentage aside for emergencies and future.

·    Dave Ramsey suggests $1,000 emergency fund

·    Create margin by saying no to something, so you can say yes!


LIVE... live on the rest 

·    Live within your means

·    Tell your money where to go or it will tell you where to go

·    Budget (see the budget calculator tool below)

Imagine if we all did this, we could multiply the Kingdom for His glory!