Giving to First Baptist Church of Sunnyvale
It has never been so easy, secure, and accessible for you to give to Sunnyvale FBC. Whether it’s your tithe, a missions gift, or a campaign pledge, you can give online or from a mobile device. This offers you more flexibility in making and scheduling your donations to the church. Click the button below to set up your online giving!
This is a secure, safe and convenient way to contribute to Sunnyvale either one time or to create a recurring giving pattern. You can give from a checking or savings account or by credit card and there are no fees associated with online giving.
Text giving lets you give to Sunnyvale using your smart phone. Text our church keyword (123GIVE), along with a dollar amount, to 73256.
You can also add a fund keyword to give to a specific fund. For example, if you want to give to Legacy of Hope you would text 123GIVE legacy 50 to give $50 to that particular fund. See the list below of fund and keywords.
Legacy of Hope: legacy
Standard text message and data rates may apply. Message frequency varies.
In Person or By Mail
Offering envelopes are available in the pews, main office, and Welcome Centers for your contributions to Sunnyvale. Please make your check payable to Sunnyvale First Baptist Church and drop it in the offering plate passed during each service. When giving cash, clearly write your name and mailing address on the outside of the envelope to receive contribution credit for your gift. You may also mail these contributions to Sunnyvale, attn. Lisa McCoy.
If you are interested in receiving offering envelopes or would like to discontinue receiving offering envelopes, please contact Lisa McCoy, at (972) 226-7105 or by e-mail at [email protected].
As members of Sunnyvale First Baptist Church, many of the blessings we enjoy today are the products of dedication on the part of those before us who were not content with the status quo. Instead, they were committed to leaving future generations a rich inheritance on which to build.
We, too, have the opportunity to leave a legacy to our church through our estate planning.