Giving at North Webster Church of God


Giving financially to God is an important part of our spiritual walk and journey. The Bible tells us that “… everything we have comes from You (God), and we give You only what You first gave us” (1 Chronicles 29:14, NLT). Returning a portion of the finances God has blessed us with honors Him and enables His kingdom to expand. It’s important that we give as an act of love and gratitude towards God, not because man has said to do it. The apostle Paul wrote, “You must each decide in your heart how much to give. And don’t give reluctantly or in response to pressure. For God loves a person who gives cheerfully” (2 Corinthians 9:7, NLT).


Sunday Services: Simply place cash or checks in offering plate during any Sunday service or in the brown boxes as you leave the service.

Mail: Send your donation to the church office: PO Box 313, North Webster, IN 46555.

Online: Set up a one-time or recurring gift through using an bank ACH draft, credit card, or debit card.

NWCOG Mobile App: Download our free NWCOG mobile app to set up a one-time or recurring gift.

Your bank’s online bill pay feature: This option generates a check from your bank to North Webster Church of God upon your action. Your bank mails the check to the church for you.



1. What are the benefits of giving online?

  • Create a one-time gift or multiple schedules that fits your financial lifestyle.
  • Edit or delete any scheduled donation at anytime.
    Please Note: Edit or delete any scheduled donation one full business day in advance of the date you want the transaction to take place.
  • View your giving record at any time. You may also print it at any time desired. (This feature becomes available 24 hours after you set up your account for the first time.)
  • Consistently support the ministries of NWCOG even when you miss a Sunday.

2. Is online giving safe?

YES! Giving online is safe and secure.

When you enter and view the online giving information, rest assured it is secure due to the 256-bit AES encryption that occurs prior to it being transferred and stored. The 256-bit encryption has never been broken. According to one source, it will take a “trillion-trillion years” to crack the code using today’s technology.

3. Who do I contact if I have questions about online giving?

If you have any further questions please contact the church office.



To receive current year giving credit for year-end gifts, gifts of cash must be postmarked or received at the church before 12 midnight, December 31. You may also place cash gifts in the offering plate on the last Sunday of the year during services. Or you may personally deliver your gifts to the church between 8:00a and 5:00p on December 31. Envelopes bearing a postmark of December 31 or earlier will count as contributions for the current calendar year.