Giving is at the heart of discipleship.
“For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also” (Matthew 6:21).
Ways To Give
Online Giving: Easy, secure, one-time or recurring gifts with your credit card, debit card, or bank account. To manage recurring giving or to view your giving history, create an account here.
(We recently switched to a new giving platform called Subsplash Giving. If you need to move your recurring giving to this new platform please create an account here. After you have set up giving on your new account please cancel recurring giving on your old Fellowship1 account.)
If you need or want instructions on how to set up giving using this new platform, you can find those here.
Bank Bill Pay: Regular giving can be easily accomplished by utilizing the online bill pay function from your checking account. All contributions should be mailed to Doxa Church (3735 Placer Corporate Drive, Rocklin CA 95765)
By Mail: You can donate by sending us a check. Make checks payable to Doxa Church. (3735 Placer Corporate Drive, Rocklin CA 95765)
In-Person: Cash, checks, and money orders can be given during Sunday morning services. Be sure to place your cash gifts inside an offering envelope marked with your name and address so that we can track your giving for tax deduction purposes.
Other Ways to Give
Assets: If you would like to give non-cash items such as stocks, mutual funds, or real estate, or to inquire about giving in your will or trust, contact our Finance Director, Terrie Hansen, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Projects: One way that you can give above and beyond this season is toward the continual maintenance and improvement of our church building. Follow the online, by mail, or in-person giving steps and designate your giving "Doxa Building".
If you have any other questions regarding giving, please contact our Finance Director Terrie Hansen directly at email@example.com.
***Donations to Doxa Church are made with the understanding that Doxa has the discretion to apply and steward donations to advance our ministry purposes.