No. Your giving commitment to the campaign should be above and beyond your regular giving. This ensures we don’t hinder the ministry God has called us to as we raise funds for the new facility.
No, commitments are made with the intention to fulfill them over a three year period. You will be asked to make the largest possible first fruits offering at our November 17th All Church Commitment Celebration and then fulfill the remaining part of your commitment over the next three years.
On November 17th, we will come together as a church family in one single worship gathering at CSU to make our commitments. You will be provided with a Commitment Card to indicate what God is leading you to give, over and above your regular giving, for the next three years.
On that same day we will have our “First Fruits Offering” where we are encouraging everyone to begin acting on their commitment, and encouraging everyone to bring the largest possible gift to help us start strong in collecting toward our goal.
After November 2019, commitments can be made by submitting a Commitment Card and beginning your giving. For more information, contact the church office by email or phone.
Commitments can be changed if necessary, allowing you to either increase or decrease your commitment as needed. Your decision to change your commitment should be done only after much prayer.
No. We will be counting on you to meet your commitments in a timely manner. However, we highly recommend you automate your giving through our online giving portal. Your gifts may also be given via the mail, the weekly offering, through donor advised funds, or by contacting the church office. If giving via check, please be sure to designate your checks by writing “Base Camp” on the memo line and submitting your check in the Base Camp envelopes.
These can be established with all types of assets (cash, stocks, non-liquid assets) and may offer tax-advantaged ways to contribute. You can set up a fund through National Christian Foundation and choose Mountain View Community Church as the recipient of the donation. For more information, contact Dan Pourbaix by email or by phone.
Because we designed the space with the ability to phase our construction based upon costs…
…meeting this goal will allow us to proceed with a phase-in construction that provides all of the key spaces we desire from the facility, just without constructing the ultimate sanctuary.
...meeting this goal might allow us to proceed with a phased-in construction that includes the ultimate sanctuary, while holding back on some finishes in other parts of the facility.
If more than $3,500,000 is sacrificially given over the next three years then this will allow us to expand the scope of our construction and hopefully build out the entire facility to our ultimate design all at once!
Ask questions and be informed. Most importantly, seek God. Take time to prayerfully consider what kind of sacrifice God is asking you to make. “Not equal gifts, but equal sacrifice” best describes our understanding of Biblical stewardship. Not everyone can make a large dollar gift, but everyone can make a sacrificial one.
Still have questions? Contact us!