For many, giving to the church is not easy because we have many questions about church and money. Where will my money go? How will it be used? Does the church only care about money? Do they ultimately care about me and those around me? These are great questions that not only must be asked but they are questions that demand clear and compelling answers.
At GENESIS, we don't want something FROM you, we want something FOR you. Jesus said that it is "more blessed to give than to receive." We believe that in giving we have the opportunity to not only receive from God ALL that He has for us but we are able to help other people see what God is like. God is a generous Giver, most clearly seen in giving His own Son so that we could know Him. So when we give, we are reflecting well who God is and what God is like.
In giving to support the mission and ministry of GENESIS, you making a declaration that you want to be part of God's work in and through GENESIS. In giving, you are using the resources that have been entrusted to you by God to help invest in making an eternal impact.
There are three ways you can begin to financially support the mission and vision of GENESIS.
You can give to GENESIS securely using our online platform Church Community Builder (CCB). To sign-up for a FREE account to give online, please visit our electronic giving site.
With the implementation of CCB, we've begun to transition away from our original e-giving service. That giving platform is still available for existing accounts HERE.
GIVE AT CHURCH
GENESIS does not take a formal offering during our Worship Gathering, rather, there are wooden boxes spread out around the church marked with a sign that says Tithes & Offerings. You can place your tithe and offerings in the wooden boxes. If writing a check, please make the check out to GENESIS.
GIVE BY MAIL
If you’d prefer to mail your financial gift to the church office, please send it to:
35 Olympia Avenue
Woburn, MA 01801
If you have questions about giving to GENESIS, please contact our GENESIS Budget Manager Torsten Howard.