Thank you for giving to God’s work at Grace. By clicking the "Give Now" button you have the option of a one-time or recurring contribution. You can give with your credit card or Electronic Bank Transfer. We currently accept cards with the Visa, MasterCard or Discover logo only. If you use a credit card, we encourage you to not go into debt to contribute to Grace Fellowship Church. We recommend using the bank account transfer option for your donations, if able, as this option costs less in processing fees than credit transactions allowing more of your donation to go directly to ministry. A receipt will be emailed to you after the form is completed. When you give, you can choose from General giving or Vision 2020, Hurricane Relief, or D.R. School fund. 

Hurricane Florence Relief

If you wish to donate to help victims of the hurricane, simply click "Give Now" below and choose "Hurricane Florence Relief." We are working closely on several fronts to bring help and will send all funds toward those who need assistance. 

Dominican Republic School Project

We have joined with Pastor Adolfo and the local church in the D.R. and watched God redeem lives and change the community. One of the projects that the community desperately needs is a permanent school building. The church has the beginnings of a building but lacks funds to complete it. We are seeking to raise about $50,000 to complete a 2 story building that will serve as the school to be run by the local church. Simply choose this option in the drop-down menu after clicking "Give Now"above.

How our giving fulfills God’s heart for us:

God invites us to be part of his work in many ways, including with our money. Giving is an expression of who we are as Christians. We believe everything we have comes directly from God, and that we are ultimately stewards of what He has provided to us.

  • We are obeying the Lord’s command (Mal 3:10 &1 Cor 16:1-2 ), 
  • We are imitating the Lord’s example (2 Cor 8:9), 
  • We are partnering in the Lord’s work (Phil 4:14-20), 
  • We are planting a crop that will yield a harvest (2 Cor 9:6-8 & Mt 6:19-21).