All that we have is a gift from God, and one of the ways that we worship is through giving. Deuteronomy 16:17 says, “Every man shall give as he is able, according to the blessing of the Lord your God which He has given you.” Giving is part of our regular Sunday worship. Each Sunday we give using the “Joy Box” in the back of the sanctuary. For Creekers giving is an act of worship. However it is easy to forget your checkbook while getting your family ready for church. We don’t want you to miss out on the opportunity to worship through giving. There are multiple options of ways that you can give your gifts.
With the growing number of transactions we make online, we offer online giving as a convenience to you. You can either give a one time gift or set up recurring gifts. Click on the button to the left go to our giving page. After you register the first time, giving is fast and easy. If you use your bank account to give, there is no service charge to Fellowship of Oso Creek.
You can give to Fellowship of Oso Creek using an app on your phone. Download the “Easy Tithe” app from either the IOS or Google Play store for free. Through the mobile app you can also give a one time gift or set up recurring payments. The benefit of mobile giving is, you can still give on Sunday mornings or when you are with your LifeGroup.
Other Ways to Give:
– Online Bill Pay – Most banks today provide customers with the free feature of paying bills online. When you login to your bank account online, most banks allow you to make a one-time or a recurring (such as one-a-month) payment from your checking account. All you need to do is set this up online through your bank and have the payment sent to: Fellowship of Oso Creek, 7402 Yorktown Blvd., Corpus Christi, TX 78414.
– Other donations: To donate stocks, mutual funds, or other property, please contact our Treasurer, Tania Berio, at 361.993.4463.
All contributions to Fellowship of Oso Creek are income tax deductible and are made with the understanding that Fellowship of Oso Creek has complete discretion and control over the use of all donated funds.