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We are incredibly thankful that our church is a very generous group of people, and we believe in being good stewards of the blessings God has given us. We give 30% of our yearly budget to nonprofits, both local and global. We also spotlight certain ministries and nonprofits every month that you can support, which allows us to go above and beyond to provide for them. Our congregation is filled with kind-hearted and generous people, and it is a blessing to see how God uses our generosity to further His Kingdom. 

We are an honest, authentic church, and that applies to our finances as well. We provide a financial report during our Vision Service, which happens twice a year during weekend services. We believe our congregation has the right to know exactly how we spend the tithes and offerings they so graciously entrust to us. 

If you are interested in tithing, we provide several options for your convenience. We have secure boxes on tables set up throughout the sanctuary for you to put your tithe in during the weekend services. You can also give digitally through our website or app with PushPay, a secure server. However you choose to tithe, we greatly appreciate your generosity. We will prayerfully use it well to further spread the good news of Jesus in our church, to our local community, and throughout the world.

Ways to Give

There are many easy ways for you to give, including one-time gifts, online recurring giving, and during our weekend worship services.

Give online with the link below. Your information is held securely by an SSL encrypted connection. This information will remain private and will never be given away to third parties, other than to process your scheduled contributions.

Your tithes and offerings allow us to take the mission of Christ to your church, city, nation, and world!

We encourage all of those who are part of our Church family to give—not out of obligation but out of a spirit of worship. Your gifts allow us to continue the mission of Christ in our community and in the world around us.


At The Experience, we believe part of Authentic Worship is expressed through a personal commitment to tithe. We recognize that everything we have comes from God, and we honor, serve, and trust Him by giving a portion of it back to Him.

We encourage all Christ followers to honor God by following the biblical practice of tithing. Tithing is the practice of giving 10% of our income to the local church community we attend. This is more than just giving money to a church, though—tithing is our opportunity to trust God with our finances, obey Him, and worship Him. 

Biblical references for giving back to God a portion of what He has provided show up in both the Old Testament (i.e., Genesis 4; 14; 28; Malachi 3) and New Testament (i.e., Matthew 23:23; Luke 11:42). Central to tithing is a grateful heart that recognizes the truth that all we have already belongs to the Lord; He is the supplier of all our needs, and we want to trust everything we have to Him. It is also a commitment to honor and prioritize Him with our finances.

“‘Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. Test me in this,’ says the LORD Almighty, ‘and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that there will not be room enough to store it’” (Malachi 3:10).


We encourage followers of Jesus to listen and obey the Holy Spirit when it comes to generously giving offerings. Offerings are gifts beyond the tithe. We can offer our time, talents, and finances to support the work of the church at home, in our communities, and abroad in a way that is different from the tithe. 

What God wants and values from us is a heart overflowing with gratitude and thanksgiving to Him since He saved us and gives us all things. Such a heart gives generously, willingly, and cheerfully in response to the love and grace of Christ.

Giving our offerings, then, is a form of authentic worship. Our generosity “produces thanksgiving to God” and the ministry of giving “overflow[s] in many expressions of thanks to God” (2 Corinthians 9:11–12, CSB). The Scripture goes on to say that because of sharing and generosity, other people will glorify God. So, when we give to others, we are producing thanksgiving to God.

An offering, then, is freely given to the work of the local church and missions. Offerings can be more than simple monetary resources since Romans 12:1 instructs us to offer our bodies “as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God” as part of our worship. This can include serving with a ministry at ECC, volunteering with one of the nonprofits we support, as well as donating items to help others.

A feeling of sincere thankfulness should inspire us to give back to God through offerings.

Check out these ways you can generously give:

  • Serve at church, locally, or abroad

  • Volunteer with a local nonprofit—ECC highlights various ones throughout the year