Why give?

Giving is designed to be a practical way that we can joyfully respond to God’s grace in our lives. We believe that our money is inextricably linked to our worship, both corporately and individually. You may have heard someone say that the Bible talks more about money than it does anything else. We think it is better to say that the Bible uses money more than anything else to talk about issues of our heart.

Giving isn’t a way to gain favor with God – Jesus has already secured that for us. Giving is a response to God’s gifts and kindness to us. Money collected in offerings and online giving is used to further the mission of our church in Kansas City and throughout the world.

How to give

There are several ways you can give at Redeemer.

Give by mail or on Sunday
Please make checks payable to Redeemer Fellowship and send to:

Redeemer Fellowship
P.O. Box 32322
Kansas City, MO 64171

Or, please feel free bring your check to one of our services on Sunday.

Give Online

Please log into your CCB account (our church database program) for one time or recurring credit card donations. In addition, automatic bill pay pulled from your bank account (also known as ACH) is available through CCB (This is our preferred automated method as it has the lowest fees).

If you are not on CCB but would like to make a one-time online gift with a credit card, you may do so by clicking here.

Give by Automatic Bill Pay

Automatic bill pay is another way to give regularly and consistently at Redeemer.

Click here for setup instructions.

Give Assets

Securities. Stocks, bonds, and mutual funds can be transferred or assigned to Redeemer Fellowship. These gifts allow you to deduct the fair market value of the security and avoid capital gains tax.

Real estate or Other Valuable Assets. Redeemer works with intermediary organizations that allow us to receive virtually any asset of value.

Planned giving (wills and bequests). Naming Redeemer Fellowship as a beneficiary in your estate planning can help advance the mission of our church for many years to come.

Contact Andy Bean at [email protected] for details.