Money and church can be an awkward conversation that causes a lot of tension, but it doesn’t have to be.

At Cityline we recognize that we don’t give because God needs our money, and we don’t give because the church needs our money. It’s much bigger than that. 

We give because God asked us to, and choosing to be obedient to the ways of Jesus shows that we trust Him. God knows that your loyalty is found where your money is (Matthew 6:19-21). And because God wants to be first in our lives, he asks us to trust Him with our money.

If you call Cityline Church your home, we encourage you to give generously knowing that your contributions are being used to support the mission of Jesus Christ both locally and around the world. 

 

Giving FAQ’s

How can I give?

You can give in several ways at Cityline. You can give during any one of our three weekend gatherings. You can utilize a giving envelope and our giving dropbox in the church lobby or you can choose to give online using Secure Give.

Is online giving at Cityline safe and secure?

Yes! Our online giving provider, Secure Give, is certified with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards (DSS) as a Level 1 Service Provider. You can rest easy knowing that your giving is completely secure.

How do I create an online giving account?

It’s simple. Click the link under the GIVE tab that says “Online Giving. ” Follow the easy step-by-step process on the Secure Give site. 

What end date should I use when scheduling my reoccurring donation?

If you're using a credit or debit card to give, you can use the expiration date and you will receive an email reminder when you need to update your information. Or, you can select the start and end dates on the left hand side of the page along with the frequency of your giving.

What do the giving options mean?

General Fund - General funds are considered tithes and offerings. Tithe is known as percentage giving, or what we call “give your first."  Generosity becomes most meaningful when it’s a habit.  One of the best ways to develop that habit is what the Bible calls “tithing” – consistently giving a tenth of your income as a beginning point of generosity.

Here For Good - H4G is an active 3-year, above-and-beyond giving campaign. Our goal is to raise $800,000 over 3 years. H4G funds are raised for existing debt elimination, necessary campus upgrades and differed maintenance costs.