Bring the best of the first fruits of your soil to the house of the LORD your God - Exodus 23:19
How to give with your credit/debit card
Click here to be redirected to an online form. This gives you the option to create an account to setup recurring giving, or a simple one-time gift. These donations are recorded on the date they are given and a receipt will be e-mailed to you immediately after the transaction is complete. Please note that it may take 1-2 weeks to be viewable online via your Grace online giving statement.
How to give directly from your bank account
Just like with the credit/debit card option, you may setup recurring contributions or do a one-time gift. Simply create/log-in to your Grace account here. Please know that you will need to perform separate transactions if you wish to give via e-check to multiple Grace funds. But thankfully if you are setting up automatic withdrawals, you will only need to repeat this process if you want to change your giving in the future.
Give at the church
One way to give at Grace is through our "Giving Stations" which are setup near Door 4. Here, you can give right then and there with your credit/debit card. You may also make a one-time gift using the "Guest" feature or by logging into your account.
Another way you can give at the church is during our worship services on Sundays. Our offering time is able to accept gifts of cash or by checks, payable to "Grace Church." If you wish to use an offering envelope, you may find them at the welcome centers near Doors 1 & 4
Giving on the Go!
We know Sundays can be busy days for you and sometimes we forget our checkbooks or wallets in the car, it happens! So we made it possible for you to give on your mobile device. Simply go to www.atgrace.com/give to make a mobile contribution with your credit card or debit card.
Giving from home
From your house, you have access to great ways of contributing. You can pay using Bill Pay, and at most banks, this is a free service. In this way, you can setup regular withdrawals from your checking account which are directed to Grace Church. When using this method, use the memo line to designate the fund of your gift (Church Ministries, Missions, or Building).
You may also send a check to us from home. Please address the envelope as listed below:
- Grace Church, ATTN: Accounting
- 9301 Eden Prairie Road
- Eden Prairie, MN 55347
Gifting Stocks / Appreciated Property
Gifting stock or appreciated property is a great way to support Grace Church with potential savings on capital gains taxes. For more details on how to do this, please click here.
Contributing with your retirement account
The Tax Relief Act allows IRA or other retirement account distributions to be considered non-taxable income for the account owner, to charities up to $100,000.00. This is helpful to those required to do mandatory distributions at age 70-1/2 and beyond. For pre-printed documentation to send to your retirement account institution that will initiate a distribution, please click here. For pre-printed letter to send to Grace Church to communicate your intent of giving from your retirement account, please click here.
We would like to help you create a financial plan of action to remember Grace Church in your estate planning. To set up a meeting, please contact Pastor Jeff Kornoelje at JKornoelje@atgrace.com
Where does your giving go?
You have the choice of choosing which Grace Church fund your contribution will impact. Unspecified gifts will be placed into the Church Ministries Fund.
- Church Ministries Fund:
Supports all Grace Church ministries, including funding the strategic initiatives of marriage, children at risk, and multi-site, as well as the general expenses of the church.
- Missions Fund:
Supports Grace Church missionaries, strategic projects, and mission initiatives around the world.
- Building Fund:
Supports the Grace Church campus by reducing existing principal of our debt and capital improvements to further the ministry capacity tool of our facility. Please indicate if you want your gift used for mortgage principal reduction only.