ERCC members and friends in attendance of our Sunday morning worship service traditionally give an offering to God as thanks for the blessings He gives us. Worshipers place their gifts of cash and checks in the offering plate as it’s passed by the ushers.
But now, ERCC has three giving options available through the Tithely platform provide members and friends with the capability to give their offering anytime and from anywhere they may be!
And…you can also establish a mobile or online recurring gift on any time basis you want!
Giving to ERCC is no longer confined to the hour we’re in church. If you stay home because you don’t feel well, are on vacation, or have other plans, you don’t have to miss giving your offering to God. If a friend or relative of a member lives out of the area, they can also contribute easily to ERCC using their computer or smartphone.
Evers Road Christian Church (ERCC) offers members and friends four giving methods:
METHOD DETAILS REQUIRES Online Click HERE Computer, tablet, or mobile device with internet access Mobile Click HERE Smartphone or other mobile device Texting Click HERE Smartphone with text message capability Cash/Check Normally, offering Plates are passed during every Sunday morning worship service receive gifts in the form of cash and bank checks.
However, while the building is closed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, checks can be mailed to the church at: 5258 Evers Road, San Antonio, TX. Please do not mail cash
Cash or Check
Mobile, Online, and Text Giving use a program called Tithely, which is a giving platform used by many churches.
You can now give to ERCC using a debit card, credit card, or a direct transfer from your bank!
IS TITHE.LY SECURE?
– All financial information is encrypted and stored by Tithely’s banking partner to PCI DSS Level 1 compliant standards.
– PCI DSS Level 1 compliance is a set of rules stated by credit card companies and audited by an independent third party. It is the highest possible rating one can get in the electronic payment processing industry.
– Additionally, Tithe.ly forces HTTPS for all transaction services using TLS.