“Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth…..lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven….For where your treasure is there your heart will be also.” Matthew 6:19-21
God has given us everything we have. We merely serve as stewards of what He has entrusted into our care. That’s why giving is an integral part of worship! It is an expression of love and reverence to Him and illustrates our desire to partner with Him in the work of the Kingdom.
Scripture teaches that the tithe is the first 10% of our income. It is the “first fruits” of our labor to be used to carry out kingdom work. At Green Street, your gifts are prayerfully used so that others may know and experience the love of Christ. Because you give, people are impacted and lives are changed.
God’s word instructs us to bring the tithe to the storehouse. In today’s world, there are many ways for you to accomplish this:
- Click Give Online Now, and use your email address to begin the process of creating an account. You can use this service for a one-time gift or set up recurring gifts to the Operating Fund (budget), Building Fund (you may also use this option if you have a pledge) or Lottie Moon.
- Schedule your giving using your bank or accounting software’s Online Bill Pay option.
- Place your donation of cash or check in the offering plate during a worship service. Offering Envelopes are available, if needed, by contacting Annette.
Mail or deliver your gift to the church office at the following address:
Green Street Baptist Church
303 N Rotary Drive
High Point, NC 27262
Additional Ways to Give to Green Street Baptist Church
Securities: Gifts of appreciated securities offer important tax advantages. Green Street can accept gifts of stock, bonds, and mutual funds.
Legacy Giving: A planned future donation to the church, given through a will or other form of designation. It is a decision that each person makes in their own financial planning process.
If you have questions about tithing or giving, please email Jeff Mitchell, our Financial Administrator, or call him at 336-819-4351.