Give your gift securely online via bank account, debit or credit card. If you have questions, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES
The New Life Fund
The New Life Fund is where your regular tithes and offerings go. This fund primarily supports our main ministries.
The Hope Offering
The Hope Offering helps us bring hope in Christ through giving that is above and beyond our normal tithes and offerings. This fund primarily takes place at Christmas and Easter, and allows all of us at Stonecreek Church to live a “yes” and make an impact in our community and around the world through strategic partners and special giving needs. Learn more.
Online Credit Or Debit
This safe and flexible option is the easiest way to give at Stonecreek Church. This method allows you to automate a recurring or one-time gift using your debit card or credit card (AMEX, MasterCard, Visa or Discover). You will need to set up a user name and password for access to our online giving feature.
Many individuals set up Stonecreek Church in their online banking bill-pay service for their tithe. When using this method, you can note your account as "New Life Fund." Use Stonecreek's business address: 13540 Highway 9 North, Milton, Georgia 30004. Make sure your online banking service includes your name and address on the check to receive proper contribution credit.
Offering envelopes are available for your tithe to Stonecreek Church. You may make your check payable to Stonecreek Church and drop it in the offering basket passed during each service, or you may use the small collection boxes located at each auditorium exit. When giving cash, clearly write your name and mailing address on the outside of the envelope to receive contribution credit for your gift.
Appreciated stock is one of the most tax advantageous ways to give to Stonecreek Church. If you would like to give a stock gift, contact your broker and provide the following information for a transfer:
Broker: Synovus Securities
Account name: Stonecreek Church
Account Number: 0bx-700630
Upon completion of transfer, contact Ryan Martin, CPA, director of operations, 770-754-7900 x113. You can also contact Ryan for any other non-cash gifts.
The following are some of our most often asked questions. If you have a question that is not answered here, please send your question to email@example.com.
What is a tithe?
The word "tithe" actually means "one tenth." To "tithe" is to give one tenth or 10 percent of your income. The Bible teaches that 100 percent of all that we have comes from God and is completely His. He asks us to bring 10 percent of what He as entrusted to our management to the church, the place we receive our spiritual guidance and covering. In His generosity, He provides for us to keep 90 percent. A tithe is 10 percent. Giving more than the 10 percent standard would be considered an "offering." (Malachi 3:8-10; 1 Chronicles 29:11; Matthew 6:21).
Will I receive a record of my contributions?
Yes. Stonecreek periodically mails its contributors statements as well as an annual Record of Contributions for charitable giving tax purposes. Records of Contribution will be mailed to your home address.
Does Stonecreek Church have an annual audit?
Yes. Stonecreek engages the services of an independent audit firm on an annual basis. The purpose of the audit is to safeguard the financial integrity of Stonecreek's ministry and leadership and strengthen the practices and procedures of Stonecreek's business office in accordance with biblical stewardship and accepted accounting principles. Financial statements are reviewed and approved regularly by Stonecreek's Elder Ministry Team as well as Stonecreek's banking relationships.
What are Stonecreek's privacy and refund policies?
Refund Policy: All gifts, donations, and deposits are non refundable.
Is online giving secure?
We've taken steps to ensure that the giving process is safe and secure from beginning to end. All your giving data is secured by SSL encryption. SSL is an acronym for "Secure Socket Layer," a security protocol that provides communications privacy over the Internet. It is the same technology used by banks and e-commerce companies such as Amazon.com to keep your information safe and secure during transactions.