"And all the tithe of the land, whether of the seed of the land, or of the fruit of the tree, is the LORD'S: it is holy unto the LORD." Leviticus 27:30
The tithe is your opportunity to be part of the mission of His church through financial support and giving. The Old Testament law describes the tithe as the one-tenth of the fruits of labor. Additional gifts to the church, anything above 10%, are considered offerings.
This safe and convenient way of giving is the easiest way to give to First Baptist Church. This allows you to setup a recurring payment or a one-time payment using a credit/debit card or e-check. You can manage your giving amount and specify to which fund it should be applied.
At the end of each service you will have the opportunity to place your tithe or an offering in a plate as it is passed. There are envelopes located in the back of the pews in the Worship Center if you need to designate to a specific fund. Cash or checks (payable to First Baptist Church) are accepted.
Other Ways to Give
If you would like to give something other than cash, consider these creative giving ideas:
If you have any questions about giving to First Baptist Church, please contact the business office (806) 747-0281.
Which account do I chose?
When giving online you will notice several options where you want to give. These range from General Budget (for tithes and offerings) to special funds like Global Missions or the Landmark Building Fund.
Can I schedule recurring donations?
Yes. When giving online you will have the option to create an account and also the option to set-up a recurring gift via credit/debit card.
Yes. We will send quarterly and year-end statements to your home address.
Can I update amount or account information?
Yes. By creating an account on the giving form, you will be able to login and securely change the amount of your gift, account numbers or credit/debit card information.
Is online giving safe?
Yes. The service we use to process online payments, serviceu.com, is a secured website (https://) and will not share your personal information with anyone but First Baptist Church. For more information about their security policies please visit their website www.serviceu.com.