As Savior, Jesus was willing to give all to come to earth and rescue us. He modeled generosity at the deepest level, and because of His sacrifice, we can know God.
For us–as people who have placed our faith in Christ and have come face to face with the depth of our own depravity and the cost of our salvation–generosity becomes a normal part of our response. We look for opportunities to help and serve others and to give sacrificially so that more people can meet Jesus, grow in Him, and offer their God-given abilities to see the mission come to pass.
Generosity is a defining hallmark of our journey toward Christlikeness and is an indicator of our hearts, so we invest faithfully into things that have eternal value.
Your time and financial gifts are changing our community and world!
1 Loving and serving our neighbors in creative ways and through community-wide events.
2 Meeting practical needs and building relationships.
3 Serving and supporting our partners both locally and around the world.
Other Ways to Give
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Make checks payable to Bible Center Church and mail to:
Bible Center Church
100 BIble Center Drive
Charleston, WV 25309
An opportunity to respond through giving is available at each Sunday service. Additionally, you may place your gift in a secure Drop Box placed at the back of the auditorium and in the Lobby.
Did you know there are tax advantages to give stocks rather than selling the stock and giving cash?
People can donate houses, buildings, or land and take advantage of federal tax benefits.
For those over age 70.5, contributions direct from an IRA can make sense and provide financial benefits.
One can name Bible Center Church as a partial or full beneficiary in their wills, on a life insurance policy, etc.
Is giving online secure?
Can I try this just once, or can I set up a recurring gift?
Will I have to pay bank fees?
Can I use a debit or credit card? Is that best for me and the church?
An “electronic check” (ACH) is the church’s preferred means for you to give because, when you give via a debit or credit card, the church is charged a percentage fee plus a transaction fee. When you give via an “electronic check” (ACH), the church is charged only the transaction fee. In other words, the church receives a greater portion of your gift when it’s given by an “electronic check” (ACH) compared to debit and credit cards. You will need to have your bank routing number and account number to set up ACH. Both of these can be found on your paper checks.