Have you taken your ministry digital? You probably have a website and social media accounts. Those can be important tools for growing and sharing your ministry. But is your church ready to adopt financial electronic services—and to get the growth and outreach benefits they provide?
Have you made giving online easy, convenient, and secure? Although the old collection plate is a traditional part of church services, more and more people are giving online. If someone is moved to give at your church but doesn’t have cash or a checkbook on them, you’ve missed a real opportunity. What are the chances that they’ll remember to give once they’ve walked out of the building?
Online giving is secure and doesn’t require a team of people to count and re-count donations. You can greatly reduce any chance of human error—or fraud—by not having large amounts of cash around. And the donations will be deposited directly into your church’s bank account.
In an increasingly cashless (and paper-check-less) world, you could be missing out on an important source of revenue. Younger people are not as likely to carry cash or checks. You can maximize your chance of attracting donations with a simple, seamless online giving option. Plus, you’ll be able to encourage your congregation to set up automated tithe payments. Budget planning will be much easier if you know that you have a set amount of money coming in each month.
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