You shall surely give to him, and your heart should not be grieved when you give to him, because for this thing the Lord your God will bless you in all your works and in all to which you put your hand.  -Deuteronomy 15:10

Yesterday Governor Evers signed the Safe at Home executive order mandating that all non-essential businesses should be closed and that people should stay home as much as possible. No gatherings of family or friends, no hanging out (the teens are struggling with that one), and no church meetings. While we aren’t meeting on campus and in person we still have ministry needs that are being met, albeit in non-traditional ways.

We are still sending support checks to our missionaries, still paying our mortgage and utility bills, and still meeting the needs of our church families that are facing financial difficulties during this unprecedented pandemic. While we aren’t able to pass the collection plate, we still need your offerings.

But how can you give if we aren’t meeting? There are four ways to give: 1) Our office is open from 9-3 Monday through Friday to drop off your offering in the collection plate on the counter. 2) We have several people that have enrolled in bill pay through their bank where an automatic check is sent (they even pay postage!). 3) You can mail your offering to the church. 4) We can also accept online donations through our website. Please click here to give online.

Your faithfulness is much appreciated during these difficult times.

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