| Team FBC
Stay faithful and consistent with an automatic recurring schedule. Create an account to start giving securely online.
In a world where many people pay bills and give to other Christian organizations online, First Baptist has chosen to make online giving available for those who desire to use it.
First Baptist believes strongly in encouraging people to live a debt-free lifestyle.
We offer three choices for giving: with a credit card, debit card, and electronic funds transfer (EFT). Please use wisdom when using credit cards for giving. It is offered as a means of convenience, and not as a way to accrue debt while giving to the church.
| Please read before giving
The church is excited to announce that we are transitioning to a new giving platform. Not only is this a good financial decision for the church, but it will make giving easier for our congregation. This new platform will allow us to integrate with our new app that will be coming out soon. We will also have available the same options to give via credit/debit cards, ACH, and reoccurring giving. With this new giving platform, you will need to set up a new account that can link to your bank account if you choose to give ACH, this could take up to a week to set up. If your giving credit/debit please create an account and begin giving on the new giving today.
| Old Giving
| New Giving
| How to create a login with the new giving
| FAQ’s for Online Giving
What are the advantages of Online Giving?
It saves time and work, both for you and for First Baptist church. If you set your giving to be recurring, you never have to remember to bring a check.
What kind of receipt will I receive?
You will receive an email confirmation of your Online Giving. At the end of the year, the church will provide a written contribution statement for your records that will include Online Giving.
How much does Online Giving cost?
There is no cost to you, and the cost to the church is minimal.
When will my giving be deducted from my account?
On whatever day you specify on the authorization form.
Is Online Giving risky?
Online Giving is less risky than writing a check. It cannot be lost or stolen. Our Online Giving partner practices strict controls to ensure that your information remains confidential.
First Baptist Church of Lebanon
311 North Madison Ave
Lebanon, MO 65536