We believe generosity changes lives.
It makes a powerful difference in the lives of both the giver and the receiver, and at Christ Community Church we seek to embrace this life-changing generosity.
What happens when you give
Giving is an act of worship. When we give to the Lord’s work, we acknowledge that he is the owner of everything we have, express our gratitude, trust in his provision, and love others.
God provides for the ministry of Christ Community Church through your tithes and offerings. When you give, you help fuel the growth of God’s work in our campuses, as well as our community and world.
Every year Christ Community Church designates 10% of our giving to help our Community and International Impact partners. For many years now, this has been over 1 million dollars a year. Literally thousands of people are being helped each year through your gifts.
These gifts support our partners as they respond to vital needs from human trafficking, natural disasters, disease epidemics and many others, in the name of Christ. As physical needs are met, doors are opened for God’s Good News to be shared, and eternities are changed.
FREEDOM TO LIVE GENEROUSLY
Don’t let your finances become a stumbling block in your desire to live generously.
Our Financial Freedom ministry offers practical biblical resources to help you live wisely and give generously. Visit Financial Freedom’s page to find out more about classes, coaching and other opportunities to learn what the Bible says about money and how, with God’s help, to take control of your finances so they don’t control you.
Accountability & Annual Report
We’re serious about financial accountability.
At Christ Community Church, we are committed to maintaining the highest level of integrity with the resources God has given us. We recognize that when you trust us with your tithes and offerings, we have a responsibility to honor those gifts through biblical stewardship practices, ethical business standards, and financial accountability.
Christ Community Church is accredited by the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), which requires high standards of biblical accountability, board governance, financial transparency, integrity in fundraising, and proper use of charity resources. Learn more about the ECFA or view our financial statements on their website. We also prepare an annual budget, conduct an annual audit from a reputable outside firm, and provide access to giving records online. For questions about church finances, contact Mark at .