Investing in the Mission at Northpark Church

Regular giving is a mark of a fully-developing follower of Jesus.  Time and time again we see in Scripture the importance of giving generously to others and especially to the mission of Christ.  We can’t think of a better cause to invest your time, talent, and finances into than that of building life-long followers of Jesus, here and around the world.  Northpark Church asks that you prayerfully consider making the practice of financial giving a deliberate and ongoing part of your spiritual walk.  To make it easy to remain faithful in the area of stewardship, Northpark offers “5 Ways to Give Generously”:

 

Online Giving.

This is one of the easiest methods of giving at Northpark.  Simply click on the link HERE or on the Online Giving button in the top right corner of the page. Then follow a few easy steps to set-up an account and start giving!  You can choose to give a ‘one-time’ gift through this secure site any time during the week, and you can even establish a repeating gift that will automatically draft weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly – your choice! Automated giving is great because it allows you to remain faithful to the Lord, even if circumstances prevent you from attending church on a given Sunday. Whatever option you choose, online giving makes it simple and hassle free!

 

SecureGive Mobile Giving App.

You can even give on your smart phone or tablet device! Download our free mobile giving app by logging on to the App Store and installing the “SecureGive” application. Then search for ‘Northpark Church’ and establish an account.    If you’ve wondered why so many people are on their smart phones during the offering at NP, chances are they are simply using the SecureGive app to worship through giving. It’s easy and convenient!

 

iPad Giving Kiosk.

We have a giving kiosk located on-site in the back of our church worship area.  Feel free to try it out on Sunday morning or Wednesday night.  The giving kiosk allows you to conveniently give a one-time gift by swiping your debit or credit card—just like you would at any other organization where debit or credit is accepted.

 

Sunday Offering.

If you prefer a more traditional way to give, we designate time each Sunday (during both our 9am and 11am services) to receive an offering.  This is an important part of the service because the Bible teaches that giving is one of the many acts of worship—it further contributes to the atmosphere of worship in the service.

 

Check by Mail. 

If none of the options above are your style, but you still want to give, you can always choose to send a check to the church offices at any point throughout the week (600 Mt. Vernon Church Road, Raleigh, NC 27614).