Your generosity helps people experience a life-changing relationship with Jesus through our church

 We are grateful for your donation and hope the convenience and simplicity of online giving will be helpful to you.

Fees we pay: ACH (Bank account): 1% | Credit card:2.25-2.30%
If you have issues giving online please contact Tracy Hartman at

How to Give Electronically

Electronic Best Practices

Set up recurring Transactions- Helps you stay consistent with your giving. Your gift is processed on your schedule.

Use a Bank Account- This lowers our processing fee substantially. While we accept Credit and Debit cards, we encourage you to use a bank account.

Don’t go in debt– We do not wish to see anyone go into debt by giving on a credit card.

Prefer Cash or Check?

During the service, take an envelope from the seat pocket and fill it out. Place your cash or check in the envelope, and drop it in the offering bucket or the black box near the exit. We also accept checks via mail.
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Investment Giving

Cornerstone has made available a investment account for those who would like to donate appreciated stock. By giving stock, you’ll avoid capital gains taxes and the church will reap the full benefit of your gift.

If you are considering making this type of gift, talk with your tax professional or broker and contact us below for the detailed information your broker needs.

Why Give?

There are two types of financial gifts: tithes and offerings. The Bible teaches us that we worship the Lord with our tithe, which is ten percent of our income contributed to the church on a regular basis. All financial blessings ultimately belong to God. Sometimes He calls us to give over and above our tithe; this gift is called an offering.

Financial Accountability

Cornerstone is committed to administering our finances with integrity, accountability, and generosity in order to make the greatest impact possible for the Kingdom of God.  The Board of Directors meets regularly to oversee the church’s finances. The church also has an outside firm complete an audit annually. Membership meetings are held periodically to keep members updated.