Every Day Generosity



It's amazing to see God's creativity, love, and generosity on full display each and every day. Our church family generously give their time, service, talents, and treasures through so many acts of worship, and we invite you to join us in our movement of every day generosity!

Whether it be rocking out with our praise team, helping with the homeless shelter, doing local missions, serving with volunteer teams on the weekend, using text-to-give, or dropping some dollars into the giving bucket. Each and every act of generosity matter and helps change the lives of others. Everyone's gifts and service are acts of worship that truly bring us all closer to our Creator!

Tithing is Giving Back to God

The Tithe (Hebrew, maʽăśēr, Greek, a-po-de-ka-to'-ō) literally means “tenth part” or a tenth.  When we give a tenth of our income, we are giving back to God what is His to begin with.   And, we acknowledge God’s promise that He will provide for all our needs (see Prov. 10:3; Matt. 6:26-30; Phil. 4:19).  When we put the kingdom of God and His righteousness first, we can trust Him to take care of us (Mt. 6:33).

"I am praying that you will put into action the generosity that comes from your faith as you understand and experience all the good things we have in Christ."

Philemon 1:6


God has called us to serve generously. We do this when we respond to God by supporting the needs of the church, community and world—when we serve others and share our time, talents and finances. We do this when we pray for people, show love, and live each day with God's wisdom. We do this by celebrating what God is doing—in our church and in the lives of others.

Reaching Others

We’re passionate about reaching people for Christ—and we believe God has called us to move into new communities to do this. But we can't do it without you. We pray that you will come alongside us to reach one person and one community at a time.

Be Generous

Generosity will change your life. But it doesn’t just change your life—we see Jesus' transforming power at work every day through healed families, restored faith, and stronger communities.

“For God so loved the world that He gave…”

Why should I give?

Christ’s entire ministry revolved around giving, sacrifice, meeting needs and generosity.

Generosity can take many forms—time, service, ministering, prayer, etc.

The Bible has a lot to say about money and generosity;   

The subject of money is mentioned over 800 times in the New Testament.  Half of Jesus Christ’s parables mention money.