More blessed to give than receive

Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work. (2 Corinthians 9:7-8)

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Ways to Give

There are many easy ways for you to give, including one-time gifts, online recurring giving and, of course, during our weekend worship services.

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For your convenience, you can click below to give your offerings, gifts and tithes safely and securely online. Thank you for your heart of giving to the Lord!

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We give for the same reasons the people did in ancient Israel. We give to the Lord as an expression of our gratitude for his provision in our life, and as an expression of our trust in him that he will continue to provide for us.

In ancient Israel, the people of God gave the firstfruits of their crops and herds to the Lord at the Tabernacle, as a way of expressing their gratitude for God’s provision in their life, and to express their trust in God that he would continue to provide for them.

In our day, those of us who are followers of Jesus also honor the Lord with our “firstfruits.” Most of us are not farmers or herders though, so the firstfruits we bring to the Lord are not portions of our crops or herds. Instead, we bring to the Lord a portion of our paycheck, or other financial means.

In our giving, there is both a looking back in gratitude, and a looking forward in trust for our future needs. When we give, we are saying through our action that we recognize that all we have has been given to us by the Lord, and we are thanking him for taking care of us. We owe every good thing in our life to the Lord. We give some of it back to him as a thank offering. Also when we give, we are trusting the Lord to continue providing for us. When I give him a portion of my paycheck, for example, I am showing that I am trusting the Lord to take care of me in the future. It is an act of faith in his goodness to me.


  • By Mail
  • On Sundays
  • Online Bill Pay

If you would like to give by mail, please make your check payable to: Countryside Christian Fellowship, and mail to:

Countryside Christian Fellowship
PO Box 8428
Coburg, OR 97408

As an expression of worship, like the early church, we bring together gifts and offerings on the first day of the week.
There are also offering boxes available at the back of the sanctuary, and the front entrance for those who cannot
participate in the worship gathering.

You can use the online bill pay service through your bank.
Either they mail a check, or initiate an ACH transfer, at your request.
Contact your bank for details about using their online bill pay system.