Invest In Eternity
We Give Because God Loved & Gave First
But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.
- Romans 5:8
For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son,
- John 3:16a
Ways To Give
It is simple and secure. Give a single gift, or schedule recurring gifts using your checking/savings account, debit or credit card.
Christ Community Church - Mobile App -
SecureGive - Mobile App -
To give securely to Christ Community Church, any time, any place!
Text fund name (see keywords below) and amount to 844-325-8440
Keywords for Funds:
bartlett (Streamwood-Bartlett Campus General Fund)
blackberry (Blackberry Creek Campus General Fund)
dekalb (DeKalb Campus General Fund)
saintcharles (St. Charles Campus General Fund)
next (NEXT Fund)
saintcharles 10 ($10 will be given to the St. Charles Campus General Fund)
bartlett 250 ($250 will be given to the Streamwood-Bartlett Campus General Fund)
Our SecureGive Kiosk is located just outside the auditorium at our St. Charles campus. You can simply and securely use your debit or credit card to participate in worship through giving.
Cash or Check
Giving During Weekend Services at Our Campuses
We offer an opportunity to worship God through the giving of our tithes and offerings by placing cash or check in the offering as it is collected at our campuses on the weekends.
Christ Community Church
37W100 Bolcum Road
St. Charles, IL 60175
Please make checks payable to Christ Community Church. You can designate your campus in the Memo Line. It is not safe to send cash through the mail.
Automatic Bank Pay (ACH) - Scheduled Giving
Many banks offer the ability to make payments electronically through their website. Simply login to your bank's web page and follow the instructions to set up Christ Community Church as a new payee. If you choose to give through this option, please indicate to which of our four campuses you would like to designate your gift.
GIVING non-cash ASSETS
Did you know you can donate non-cash gifts? You can give marketable securities such as stocks, bonds or mutual funds. You can also give real estate, business interests or other personal property.
Planned Legacy Giving
Thoughtful estate planning can wisely steward the resources God has entrusted to your care. Planning that includes charitable giving to your church can help you avoid needless probate expenses and minimize taxes while still generously providing for your family and loved ones.
My Legacy Planner
Is a free, simple, and confidential online tool that allows individuals in all circumstances and stages of life to review options related to creating a thorough and thoughtful estate plan. Click on the button below to begin.
Resources for Living Wisely & Giving Generously
Our Financial Freedom ministry offers practical biblical resources to help you live wisely and give generously. Visit Financial Freedom’s page to explore classes, coaching, online tools, and other opportunities to learn what the Bible says about money and how, with God’s help, to plan for the future and take control of your finances so they don’t control you.
Financial Accountability & Annual Report
God provides for the ministry of Christ Community Church through your tithes and offerings. We honor your gifts with faithful stewardship, ethical business practices, and full accountability through intentional layers of supervision.
ECFA ACCREDITED - 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. The button below will help you learn more about the ECFA and you can also view our financial statements on their website.
BUDGETS, AUDITS & ACCESS TO YOUR GIVING RECORDS - We also prepare an annual budget, conduct an annual audit from a reputable outside firm, and provide access to giving records online.
ANNUAL REPORT - A digital Annual Report is always available for encouragement and review of your investments in eternity through the ministry of Christ Community Church.
MORE QUESTIONS? - For questions about church finances, contact Mark at