Why We Give
Giving to your local church is not merely supporting a local charity. It’s an important, tangible demonstration of trust in God for His provision and a way for each of us to proclaim the gospel. It may seem counter-intuitive, but giving actually frees us to be more generous with the things God has given us!
Deep and Wide
In the fall of 2017, Stones Crossing Church did a church-wide study on generosity in a series called “Deep and Wide.” If you haven’t done this study yet, click the link below and walk through it. In this study, you will learn that everything we have comes from God, how to prioritize your life with a Godly mindset, and how giving is a form of worship. The gospel truly transforms how we use our money.
We process gifts online through The Courtyard using a secure payment gateway called “BluePay.” This gives you the flexibility to give a one-time gift, or set up repeating gifts. You will have the option to enter your bank account number or use your Debit Card.
We strongly advise that you do not use a Credit Card to give. Christians should give generously out of what God has given, and not borrow money to give.
Cash & Checks
Please make checks payable to Stones Crossing Church. By contributing via check, you authorize Stones Crossing Church to use information from your check to process your payment electronically. Cash and checks may be given in the offering buckets during our worship services, in the center column in the lobby, at the church office during regular office hours, or you may mail your contribution to the address below:
Stones Crossing Church
Attention: Finance Department
7000 West Stones Crossing Road
Greenwood, Indiana 46143
You may access your financial statement at any time using your profile on The Courtyard. If you do not have a Courtyard account, CREATE ONE HERE. Log in to your account and click on your profile image in the top right corner of the screen. Then, under “Involvement,” find the “Financial” box. Select the drop down menu in the “Financial” box and select “Giving Statement.”