Your gift helps us glorify God, make disciples, and serve others in the name of Christ. All donations are tax-deductible. Thank you!

Ways to Give

On Sundays

Place a check or cash gift in the offering plate during our worship gathering. To receive appropriate documentation for tax purposes, please make sure your name and address are correct on your check. Cash may also be placed in an envelope you provide with your name and address if you would like tax documentation.

Online

Make a one-time gift or set up recurring giving securely online.

By Mail

Give by mail, either personally or via your bank’s online bill pay feature, to:

South Durham Church
PO Box 1630
Durham, NC 27702

Through Your Brokerage Account

Contact [email protected].

Stewardship

One word the Bible uses for Christians is “steward”. A steward is a person who manages something that belongs to someone else, in accordance with the owner’s will.

Christians are to steward the gospel message (1 Corinthians 4:1-2) as well as their own talents and gifts (1 Peter 4:10). The Bible tells us, “You are not your own, for you were bought with a price,” the price of God’s own Son (1 Corinthians 6:19-20; Romans 8:32).

In recognizing this, we see that nothing we have is ours, but all belongs to Christ. Therefore, we are stewards of the financial resources God has entrusted to each of us.

At South Durham Church, we desire to help every disciple grow in his or her understanding of the theology of money and practical ways of stewarding financial resources well.

Common Questions About Giving

  • Generous, cheerful giving, done in faith, increases our faith, our joy, and our righteousness. Jesus taught, “Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also” (Matthew 6:21).

    Giving back to God from what He has given us moves our heart toward Him and His mission in the world. In doing so, we “lay up for [ourselves] treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal” (Matthew 6:20).

    We are constantly tempted to worship money. In it, we look for security, peace, and hope. Generous financial giving to God’s church helps to free us from idolatry and fix our eyes on Christ.