Giving

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Give Electronically

Introducing Rebel Give:

The newest way to give is available through our website and called Rebel Give. By clicking the orange icon in the bottom right hand corner of our website you will be directed to a giving page. This is a credit card giving platform that will be replacing PayPal. The reason for this is that with most credit card payments, the church does not receive your entire gift. With Rebel Give, you as the giver is asked to cover the credit card fee, meaning that 100% of your gift is actually given to the church. So please be aware that if you give through PayPal we will be fazing this method of payment out by the end of July. If you do not want to pay a credit card fee we would encourage you to give through one of our other options for giving.


Other options are:

  • Through the Sunday morning offering. Offering envelopes are available in the pews and chairs which you can put your gift in whether cash or cheque.
  • Set up a Pre-Authorized Debit (PAD) agreement. This is an agreement that allows you to authorize when and the frequency of money coming directly out of your bank account. Forms are found on the connect table and can be handed in to the office. If you already have this method set up, you are able to change your giving easily by emailing Dave Katz (dave.w.katz@outlook.com).
  • Donate through e-transfer by sending it to donations@cornerstone-church.ca.

What are Tithes and Offerings?

The simple answer is we believe everything we have comes from God in the first place. We give because we believe God has entrusted us to be leaders for hope in our church and our community

What does "tithe" mean?

The Bible teaches that a guideline for giving is called the tithe (Leviticus 27:30). That is giving 10% of what we earn back to God.


"The one who plants generously will get a generous crop. You must each decide in your heart how much to give. And don't give reluctantly or in response to pressure. For God loves a person who gives cheerfully."

2 Corinthians 9:6,7

What does "offering" mean?

What the Bible teaches

An offering is a gift given to a specific need above and beyond our tithe. Things such as our Benevolent Fund, Lent Project, or Advent Project. Stay tuned for needs as they arise.

Giving acknowledges God as the giver of everything we have (James 1:17).

Giving reflects our trust that God will provide for us (Matthew 6:19-24).

Giving allows us to be active participants in God's work on earth (2 Corinthians 9:6-7).

Giving at Central is simple and secure.


Whether you'd like to give a single gift, or schedule ongoing giving, consider giving electronically, or in person on a Sunday morning