To get started, simply select the campus you attend. You can then give simply and securely online by creating an account, or logging into an existing account. To view your giving records, click “View Giving History” below. You will be prompted to create an account that you will then use to log in to give whether online or mobile.
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When you give an offering beyond your tithe, you can direct it to your choice of these causes.
Offerings marked for general usage are applied where they are needed most within the ministry of Chapelhill Church. For more information on the missions and outreach that we support, click here.
Over the past 20 years, Chapelhill Church has seen countless miracles, changed lives, and ministry to thousands of families in West Georgia. During this time, God has sent people who have a vision for the ministry of Chapelhill Church. Because of this, lives have been transformed. But we’re not just looking over our shoulder. We’re looking ahead. Now, it’s time to step out in faith and go to the next place – Serving Generations. Give today and help us continue to serve generations at Chapelhill Church. LEARN MORE
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What is Stewardship?
The ministry of Chapelhill Church is funded by God’s provision through the tithes and offerings of faithful attenders of Chapelhill Church. The mission of our church is to ensure that we honor God’s provision by exercising wise and faithful stewardship, ethical business practices, and full accountability so that the financial integrity of the church remains beyond reproach. Our mission is facilitated through our system of internal controls over financial reporting and our internal budgeting and reporting processes. Partners of Chapelhill Church may ask questions about our financial practices at any time by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gross or Net?
Gross earnings is the amount of God’s provision, and the tithe should be based on one-tenth of God’s provision. Taxes are generally considered payment for the privileges and services provided by the government. Though scripture doesn’t necessarily use the literal terms “net” or “gross,” it is important to note that the spirit in which we give is of greatest value to God. He tells us in II Corinthians 9 that “each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give; not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.”
What if I don’t have enough money to tithe?
The bible tells us to give and that it will be given back to you, good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over. You can’t out give God, and there is always enough money to tithe as long as it is taken off the top of your income. Tithing is a faith step that God will do more with our 90% than what we could do on our own with 100%. Spend time in prayer and reading God’s word. He will show you His everlasting truth.
Additional ways to give?
- Text to give: Give to your location or church initiatives by texting to your location. CHATL to 77977 • CHBRE to 77977 • CHDGV to 77977 • CHDUN to 77977
- Set up recurring contributions: Set up your account at chapelhill.cc for weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly contributions.
- By check: Make checks payable to Chapelhill Church
- Through stocks, bonds, or other asset transfers
Do you accept debit cards?
We do offer the ability to give with debit cards. We understand that many people don’t use cash or checks frequently. Giving with your debit card is a convenient way to honor God with your finances. You can give with a debit card during a weekend worship experience or online.
What if my income varies?
Depending on which is more feasible for your situation, you can handle tithing with a fluctuating income in a couple of different ways. Some people choose to give exactly one-tenth of their earnings for each individual pay-period. Others estimate their total earnings for the year and give a portion of the total tithe each week throughout the year.