We believe that giving to God through his church is an important principle in Scripture. Throughout the Bible, we are reminded to give back a portion of what God has generously provided. 2 Corinthians 9:7 says, “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.” (NIV)

If you would like to give a single gift or schedule ongoing donations you can do so online. It’s quick, easy, and secure. Our new online giving system lets you choose how you want to give: from your checking account or through a credit or debit card.

Thank you for giving to Grace Church. Your gifts enable us to serve the community well and to follow through to where we see God taking us. If you have questions about giving online, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page or contact our church office.

Ways you can give to Grace Church:

  • Online
  • Draft from Your Bank
  • During Service
  • Mail
  • Non-Cash Gifts
You can give online via your checking account, or from a credit or debit card. Your gift can be recurring or one-time.
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You can set up a recurring gifts from your own bank.
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Feel free to put your cash or check donation in the offering bag passed during our Sunday services, or drop your offering in the boxes near the Worship Center doors.
Send your check to 6901 San Antonio Dr. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109
If you are interested in making non-cash donation of stocks, mutual funds, cars or other assets, please contact Julie in the business office.

Make Grace Church part of your estate plan. Sadly, most Americans (70%) don’t currently have a will. Planning how your assets will be distributed is important. If you would like to make Grace Church part of your estate plan, please contact your financial planner. If you do not currently have a financial planner, feel free to set up a consultation with Jim MacGillivray.

Although we accept credit card donations, Grace encourages you to live a debt-free lifestyle. If you use a credit card, we ask you to exercise integrity and only give to the church if you have cash in your bank account to cover your contribution. If you struggle with consumer debt, contact a financial planner for help.