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Pulse is our new member management page where partners can login and check or edit their personal information and access online giving! Click here to get started! This page can also be accessed via the AMP WAVE app, available on your portable device.

A Word about Online Giving:

Our goal with online giving is to provide an additional alternative for individuals who might prefer to make their contribution electronically.

This secure program provided by Vanco Services works directly with your credit union or bank, in the same way as other electronic funds transfer systems you may already conduct (such as utility bills or your mortgage payment). All transactions are done electronically, debiting your bank account automatically for the amount to which you have agreed in writing. The most cost-effective method to CCC is for you to set up your online giving via the EFT option in which you enter your routing and account numbers. It is a hassle-free, simple solution for today's busy families. When you give in this way, your giving is automatically tracked in our database and added to your envelope totals (if you have any) to give an accurate end-of-year giving statement.

Why Give Online?

You can set up your tithes and offerings to be delivered to Centerville Christian Church electronically directly from your account on a one-time or recurring basis. Using online giving ensures that your tithes and offerings are applied immediately and consistently. You may also use giving envelopes, if you would like envelopes, please let us know!

A word of caution: Online giving is being provided as a convenience to you. While EFT transactions via your bank account are the preferred and most cost effective method for us, we also allow you to give by using check cards, or credit cards which you pay off at the end of each month. However, we do not encourage anyone to enter into debt to give or fulfill a pledge. If you use a credit card, make sure you are able to pay off your credit card bill when it comes due. The Bible speaks in Proverbs 22:7 about "...the borrower [being] servant to the lender." We do not wish our congregation to go into debt by giving on a credit card.

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