October 25, 2018
Pastor J.D. is calling The Summit Church to put God FIRST in their lives. We know that the world competes for our hearts. Very specifically, one of the places that the world wins our hearts in through our wallets.
God’s Word tells us “where your treasure is, there your heart will be also” (Matthew 6:21). On the Stewardship & Generosity Team, we are aware that how we use our money each day directs our hearts to love something. Amazon and many other retailers have made it easy to follow our impulses that can gratify our desires with one click of a button. Conversely, giving to the kingdom of God through your local church can be a cumbersome and convoluted.
In order to provide a more accessible giving method, The Summit Church just launch a new online giving website. Our new system is not a one-click giving rebuttal to Amazon; however, it is a step towards making your generosity at the church as easy as possible.
The Summit tries to make church engagement simple. This move to a new online giving platform intends to make kingdom generosity simple at the Summit. Our hope is that this new system allows people to follow through easily on how God is calling them to put him FIRST in their lives.
The new system is live now. Go ahead and interact with the system today. If you are new to online giving at the Summit start by creating a log-in, and if you have given to the Summit online previously, you can log-in using the username we emailed you or by creating a new log-in. Either way works!
Whether you are a new giver or an existing giver, simply follow these steps:
(1) Register on the new online giving platform.
(2) Establish a new recurring gift:
If you already have a giving account set up with the Summit, be sure to also:
(3) Cancel a recurring gift on The City:
- Use these instructions if you need to cancel a recurring gift on The City.
We appreciate your continued support of the Summit, If you have any questions, please contact our accounting team at (919) 354-5987 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Written by Blair Graham, Pastor of Stewardship & Generosity at The Summit Church.