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Tithe.ly provide a gateway for electronic church giving.
There are apps for Apple and Android devices.
Clicking the “Give” button to the right take you to the Tithe.ly portal.
Tithe.ly charge fees: 1.9% of what you give, plus $0.30 every time you give.
You give $100, we receive $97.80
Baptist Financial Services (BFS) provide Wollongong Baptist Church with a electronic giving portal, because we bank with them.
Using Giveway portal is free of charges.
– Use a credit or debit card
– Use a Direct Debit to pay from your bank account
– Set up recurring giving.
For Tithes and offerings, use the iGive option.
You can also give to our other campaigns, such as supporting our Ministry Interns.
Giving via electronic bank transfers is our preferred method of regularly giving because it reduces workload for our volunteers and ensures consistent and predictable giving. When you give please write the congregation you belong to (8:30,10:30 or 6pm)
If you do online banking you can set up a regular transfer.
Next time you are out shopping, drop into the nearest branch of your bank – it can be any branch as long as it is the same bank!
Ask to set up a regular direct debit (it is free).
We can accept your credit or debit card for your freewill offering.
– Make an tithe or offering
– Give to support the Ministry Interns
– Give for publications like Home Group books
– Give for some events.
The card reader is available at some services. If you don’t see it and want to give via your card, ask one of the pastors.
Our Card Provider charges fees: 1.9% You give $100, we receive $98.10
You can post Cheques directly to the church.
Wollongong Baptist Church
PO Box 5074
Wollongong NSW 2520
Please include a short note to let us know what the money is for and which service you normally attend.
We suggest that you do not hand cash or cheques to the pastors or other service leaders. People forget, and we have procedures in place so that all money collected is accounted for.
Each Sunday we take a cash collection by passing around ‘giving bags’ in our services. We are not shy about doing this because it demonstrates to our guests and visitors that we take the gospel seriously and it’s our joy and privilege to respond to it generously.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions we do not pass bags around. There is a box at the back of the room for you to place your offerings and tithes.
We suggest that you do not hand cash or cheques to the pastors or service leaders. People forget, and we have procedures in place so that all money collected is accounted for.