Give Online

Our Philosophy

Generous Giving {pt 1} - 2 Cor. 8
Generous Giving {pt 2} - 2 Cor. 9
When Paul encouraged the Corinthians believers, through his letter, to give generously to the needs of their fellow believers, he could think of no better pattern than that of the Lord Jesus himself. Christ's example of self-sacrifice, giving all of Himself to us who deserve nothing, is our pattern for giving as well.

This giving is not giving according to greed, guilt, or compulsion, but according to grace. It is, in fact, a great privilege and responsibility for believers to invest their money in God's eternal kingdom work. At Richland Creek, we believe that giving should first be exercised through the local church.



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Why Give Online?

Giving is worship, but that worship does not have to be confined to a Sunday morning or any particular form of offering. New tools in electronic communication have made online giving an effective and meaningful way for people to give regularly and abundantly. Richland Creek wants to extend those tools to our members and guests.

Our Concerns About Debt

We do not believe that people should incur debt in order to give to God's kingdom through the Creek. Carefully consider both your means and method of giving as your prayerfully support the ministries of Richland Creek.

We accept credit and debit cards, check cards, e-checks, and ACH withdrawals through our online giving system.

Is This Method Secure?

Absolutely. We have partnered with companies that provide the most up-to-date online giving portal. This means that each transaction exceeds industry standards for encryption and the safety of personal data.

Non-Cash Giving

We have partnered with iDonate to provide a means for you to give valuable non-cash items to Richland Creek - items like vehicles, jewelry, smartphones and more! Click the link below to give.

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