God gives us the opportunity to partner with Him to bring the message of Christ’s hope and love to a fallen world when we give generously.
Scripture has much to say on the issues of work, money, possessions, and how we are to use our wealth. God’s Word tells us that true contentment in life is not found in wealth or possessions, but in Him and in loving and serving others.
- It should be voluntary, and from the heart (II Cor. 9:7)
- It should be regular and proportional to our income (I Cor. 16:2)
- It should be a first priority (Prov. 3:9)
- We should start now, regardless of our circumstances (II Cor. 8:1-3)
Areas to Give
- Our General Operating Fund supports our normal budget. This fund pays for the staff, our ministry budgets, and operating costs for our facility.
- Our Building Fund pays for our new building. We have worked hard as a church body to pay for the building in a manner that is pleasing to God and with little to no debt. We are still in the planning stages and will begin work on the new facility soon and it isn’t too late to give to this endeavor.
- Our Benevolence Fund supports needs in our body and our community. We take a special offering once a month by a basket that is placed at the back of the sanctuary.
Ways to give
- Offering Box – At Grace, we believe that it is an act of worship to give and that it is between you and God. Because of that belief, we do not pass an offering plate during our services. You will notice when you walk into the sanctuary that there is an offering box at there. You can drop your offering there.
- By mail – To give by mail, you can mail your check to:
Grace Evangelical Free Church
3011 S Ten Mile Dr., Jefferson City, MO 65109
Other ways to give
Under construction! In the days ahead, we will be adding an option to give online and text to give! Until then, take advantage of one of the ways above to worship God through giving.
Need to pay for an event, Bible study, or other miscellaneous project?
Fill out the form here to pay for anything other than regular giving, building fund, or benevolence.