Give

At Kings Mills Baptist our desire is to make giving convenient and simple for you. If you are guest and just visiting, please do not feel obligated to give. However, if Kings Mills Baptist is your church home, or if the Lord is calling you to support Kings Mills Baptist through giving, please choose one of the below options.

For those not already associated Kings Mills Baptist Church, we appreciate your willingness to give. Our office staff would love to create an account for you. Please email the office by clicking here.

BENEFITS OF ONLINE GIVING FOR BOTH YOU AND OUR CHURCH.

Faithfully Honoring God – When you sign up to give online you are deciding in advance to faithfully give. God always blesses that kind of faith! The Bible teaches that we are to honor God with the “First Fruits” of our labor (Proverbs 3:9). By setting up a recurring contribution that is scheduled to come out of your account on the day you specify, you can ensure that your First Fruits are faithfully given back to God. Simplicity – You won’t have to remember whether you gave this month or send in an offering by mail when you’re on a trip.

Security – We utilize an encrypted secure website for your online records. Online giving is more secure than giving with a check or cash because an electronic gift can’t be lost or stolen.

Focus – Instead of having to worry about writing a check and filling out an envelope during the service, you can be fully focused on the worship service, knowing that you have already given your offering.


Can I give as much as I would like?

Donations must come in a minimum of $5.00 and there are no limitations on the maximum amount.

What if I make a mistake and need a transaction reversed?

Contact the church office immediately so your situation can be handled appropriately.

A NOTE ABOUT CREDIT CARDS: 

While we allow the use of credit cards for tithes and offerings, we still strongly encourage the use of electronic funds transfer. The Church asks that people not go into debt in order to give to the church. With electronic transfer, the most of your gift goes to the church. When using a credit card, as much as 3% of your gift can go to the credit card company.