Giving to Trinity Bible Church of Edwardsburg

At Trinity Bible Church, we recognize that everything we do is part of our worship of God. We want to honor God with how we use our time, our talents, our skills, our possessions, and our finances. Since everything we have has been given to us by God, we want use those things to give him glory. One way to do that is by donating to your local church and to the ministries it supports.

“I appeal to you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship.”

If you consider Trinity Bible Church to be your church home, and would like to donate to its ministry in Edwardsburg and beyond, here are the ways you can do so.

There are at least five ways to donate to the church:

1) Place in the offering on Sundays or drop off your gift at any Lake City Bank – they can look up “Church of Edwardsburg” and deposit your gift.

2) You can ask an elder for a Lake City Bank envelope with the account numbers printed on it. Envelopes can be placed in the night deposit box at any Lake City Bank location.

3) Zelle electronic gifting. There is no “charge” for this method if your bank offers Zelle electronic payment options. Working with your bank, you can type in the email: through your bank Zelle link. Your bank will electronically transfer your gift within about a minute.

4) You can set up an ACH electronic payment by using “bill pay” with your bank. Contact an elder and he will give you the church account & routing numbers. These are not posted in email or public forums for security purposes.

5) You can ask your bank (Chase, Lake City, etc.) or retirement savings provider (Vanguard, Fidelity, etc.) to set up a donor advised fund. A donor advised account allows you to make gifts to various charities. The benefit is that your tax deduction occurs when you deposit monies and you can decide at a later time which charities to fund.

“Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.”