When you give to the church, Crossings automatically tithes 10% of all general fund gifts to missions’ endeavors. The 90% that remains enables the many church ministries for all ages and maintains the church campus. Learn more about Giving at Crossings Community Church by exploring this page.
If you are still giving with FellowshipOne we encourage you to switch over to PushPay.
Fast, Convenient, Online Giving
Set up a one-time or recurring gift through use of a bank ACH draft, credit card, or debit card. When you use online giving, you never have to be concerned with writing a check each time you give or at the last second as the offering plates are passed. Also, if you miss church on Sunday, the recurring giving you’ve established continues with no effort required on your part. Online giving brings consistency to your financial support of Crossings’ Ministries.
If you’re new to giving at Crossings, choose the ONLINE GIVING button above to learn more about it, set up an account, or schedule your giving. You can view detailed FAQs about Pushpay right here. If you have previously established giving with Crossings, choose Fellowship One,* (our legacy contribution software) below to view your previous giving and current account.
*Please note: Crossings is making the church-wide switch to Pushpay soon. If you’re already giving through Fellowship One, please take a few moments to delete or deactivate your current online giving transaction(s) so you do not duplicate your giving.
Giving financially to God is an important part of our spiritual walk and journey. Returning a portion of the finances God has blessed us with honors Him and enables His kingdom to expand.
It’s important that we give as an act of love and gratitude towards God, not because man has said to do it. The apostle Paul wrote, “You must each decide in your heart how much to give. And don’t give reluctantly or in response to pressure. For God loves a person who gives cheerfully” (2 Corinthians 9:7, NLT).
CROSSINGS COMMUNITY ENDOWMENT
From its beginnings in 1959, Crossings Community Church (“Crossings”) has demonstrated an attitude of “giving” from day one that included the church’s leadership determining it would give 10% of every dollar received from the weekly general fund tithes and offerings to support missions. Out of that generous decision by leadership came an equally generous offer from the gentleman who was leasing the church building to the congregation for the first few years of the church’s ministry. Shortly after he began attending the neighborhood church, he gave the building to the congregation. It was the first of many generous gifts the church would experience in its coming history.
With the launch of Crossings Community Endowment (“Endowment”) in 2017, the opportunity exists for current and future Crossings members to continue the legacy of generosity established from the beginning of the church’s ministry. As explained later, gifts to the Endowment are gifts that “keep on giving” for years to come, which will have a powerful outcome for God’s Kingdom.
Visit the Endowment page via the button above to learn more about the Endowment, get answers to FAQs, and explore helpful resources.
You can give during Sunday services at your campus by simply placing cash or checks in an offering plate during any service. At the OKC campus you may also give by using the blue boxes as you’re leaving the service.
We have two church offices that you can mail your donation to. You can either send your donation to:
14600 North Portland Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73134 (OKC Campus)
1500 W Covell, Edmond, OK 73003 (Edmond Campus)
Director of Finance and Administration
Give through Pushpay on our App! Just download the Crossings App on your mobile device or tablet, click the Give icon, and choose “Use Pushpay” to set up an account, make a one-time gift, or schedule your giving.
OTHER WAYS TO GIVE
You may give via your bank’s online bill pay feature. This option generates a check from your bank to Crossings upon your action. Your bank mails the check to Crossings for you.
If you give to multiple funds, please denote your breakdown of giving on a memo line. Example: Your check total is $1,000. Memo line reads: General Fund – $500, ONE – $500.
Gifts of stocks and mutual funds must also be received into the church’s brokerage account by Friday, December 29, 2017. To ensure delivery by year end, please contact Blake Bastin to receive a sample letter to send your brokerage firm.
YEAR-END GIFTS TO CROSSINGS
Any questions you have about year-end giving should be directed to Blake Bastin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405-302-1288.
2017 Contribution Statements will be mailed by January 31, 2018, but you can view, download, and print your statement now using the Giving & Contribution History button in this section. Your contribution history includes all of the contributions you’ve made to Crossings Community Church whether online or in person. Just click the button in this section to view and print your statement.
To view, download, and / or print your statement:
- Click Giving & Contribution History button.
- Sign in with your credentials. If you have never created an account, you will need to create one to view your history.
- Once you have logged in / created your account, choose 2017 in the year category.
- Click View.
- Click Download Statement to view, save, or print your statement.
Explore our FAQs below to learn more about Giving at Crossings Community Church.
What are the benefits of giving online?
Giving online allows you to:
- Create a one-time gift or multiple schedules that fits your lifestyle.
- Edit or delete any scheduled donation at anytime.
Please Note: Edit or delete any scheduled donation one full business day in advance of the date you want the transaction to take place.
- View your giving record at any time. You may also print it at any time desired. (This feature becomes available 24 hours after you set up your account for the first time.)
Is online giving safe?
Giving online is safe and secure. When you enter and view the online giving information, rest assured it is secure due to the 128-bit encryption that occurs prior to it being transferred and stored. The 128-bit encryption has never been broken. According to one source, it will take a “trillion-trillion years” to crack the code using today’s technology.
Who do I contact if I have questions about online giving?
Please contact Candy Suhre, Finance Assistant, by email at email@example.com or by phone at 405-302-1212 with any questions you have about online giving or other aspects of giving at Crossings.