We Get to Give

God is generous and so he calls us to be as well.  What we do with what God has given us shows the world where our hearts are at and helps proclaim the gospel. We want to glorify God with every area of our lives, and that includes what we do with our finances.

SUBSPLASH GIVING PLATFORM LOGIN CHANGE - FACEBOOK LOGIN NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Log in and sign up with Facebook is no longer available for your Subsplash giving account. If you have previously signed up via Facebook, you can still access all your account information by creating a new account via Subsplash login and using the same email address that you use with Facebook. This includes info such related giving, notes, etc.
 
If you have previously used Facebook login for Subsplash Giving, it is critical to use the same email address associated with your Facebook account when creating a Subsplash login. If you use a different email address, you will not have access to important account settings, such as managing any recurring gifts you may have or updating payment info.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused by this.

Giving Statements

Access your giving history and a downloadable statement at any time throughout the year at the link below:

MAXIMIZE YOUR GIFT

  1. Consider setting up recurring giving on a schedule that works for you.
  2. Link a Bank Account instead of a Credit or Debit card due to lower fees with ACH transactions.
  3. Check the 'donor covers fees' option.

MANAGE YOUR SUBSPLASH ACCOUNT

Online

Give a one-time or recurring gift with a debit/credit card or via ACH.

In the App

Give directly through your phone or tablet in the BridgePoint App.

At a Campus

Offering envelopes are available at each Sunday service.
Drop your offering envelope in one of the drop-boxes on your way out.

By Mail

Mail your offering to:
6690 Crosswinds Drive,
St. Petersburg, FL 33710.

Giving & Stewardship Resources

Giving FAQs

What is a tithe?

God’s Word  teaches that we are to be good stewards of the resources God has entrusted. A benchmark in the practice of systematic, proportionate giving is the ‘tithe’. Tithe is a mathematical term that means “a tenth or 1/10”. It is giving 10% of your income back to the Lord.
Example:
$52,000 gross annual income divided by 52 weeks = $1,000.00 per week
$1,000 x 10% = $100.00.
A weekly tithe would be $100.00.

Giving FAQs

How are my gifts or tithes spent?

Each year’s annual budget and allocation is presented to members and taken to a vote in December at the Annual Members Meeting. 

What if I feel absolutely unable to give or tithe?

We encourage you to begin to take the first step by committing to regularly give to the point of trust. We also offer groups and classes at our campuses that specifically focus on both practical help and spiritual development related to giving. Look for "Financial Peace University" and "The Blessed Life" classes at the beginning of each semester of classes to jump in. We’d love to walk with you to help take steps, contact your Campus Pastor to get started.

Are you trusting God with your finances?

Whether debt is keeping you from a life of freedom, or you're seeking guidance on the journey of trusting God with your finances, there are steps you can take.

 We regularly offer groups and classes at our campuses that specifically focus on both practical help and spiritual development related to giving and stewardship.

Almighty: In God We Trust?

Printed on our American dollar bills are the words ‘In God We Trust’. Is that really true in our hearts? This message series will challenge you to consider if it is Almighty God or the almighty dollar that reigns in your heart.