WAYS TO GIVE

 

GIVE ONLINE

We have partnered with PushPay to provide an amazing and simple solution for online giving. By clicking here or on the 'Give Online' button below, you will be taken to an external giving page that has been custom made for our church. 

 

 

OFFERING BOX

There is an offering box available at the Sunday Large Gatherings. Checks should be made payable to East End Fellowship.
 

 

MAIL

Make the check out to East End Fellowship and mail to 2906 Q Street. Richmond, VA 23223. 
 

 

STOCK

Four, you may also give stock to EEF. Please call our church office or email Toya at EastEndFellowship@gmail.com for the instructions to pass on to your broker.

 

 

A WAY FORWARD FOR URBAN CHURCHES

Churches in urban neighborhoods, particularly under-resourced neighborhoods, face some unique financial challenges. Achieving financial sustainability takes a different road. We are currently building toward a model of sustainability that builds uses a combination of these facets:

  • INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY GENEROSITY
    We partner with the people of God in our community as they give tithes and offerings.
  • CHURCH PARTNERSHIPS
    We partner with local churches and beyond who are looking to invest in Gospel-centered churches and ministries looking to reach people the church hasn't traditionally reached.
  • KINGDOM INVESTORS
    We partner with Kingdom-minded investors who are looking to  invest their finances in ways that benefit the local church, neighborhood businesses and the church, while still making a shrewd financial investment.

If you would like to hear more about how you can partner with us, please contact us at EastEndFellowship@gmail.com.

 

HOW WE THINK ABOUT GIVING:

The Gospel releases us to live into the Law of Love rather than stringent hard-and-fast rules. When it comes to finances, the Law of Love simply says this: Be Generous. Rich or poor, working or unemployed, with much or little, the people of God have always been defined by their generosity regardless of circumstances, not by the %’s they give to the local church. A generous heart is what God is after, recognizing that each household circumstance is different.

But as with all things spiritual, their are common practices the people of God have adopted for generation upon generation. One common practice is that people give 10% of their income as a tithe. Then, as needs amongst the people
of God come up, they give an offering.

This is not “law.” In fact, some people should give far more than this because the Lord has given them, as the Bible says, the gift of giving because HE has given them their ability to make money. On the other hand, some are in a financially needy position and aren’t able to give to this level.
The Law of Love creates freedom for both.