I gave to Doxa previously on the (old) CCB platform. What do I need to do to give online to Doxa now?

Great question! If you gave anything online in the last two years, we've moved the email address you registered at CCB  over to Subsplash for you, so your next step is to create a new login on Subsplash and set-up your recurring giving. As long as you use the same email address, you'll also see your giving history from 2022 on CCB show up on Subsplash as well to make tax season easy.

Here's a step by step tutorial on how to create your new account.

BEFORE YOU START: FIND THAT EMAIL!
Find your email you used to login to CCB (login page found here). You'll need to know that email address to keep things easiest.

STEP 1: CHOOSE TO GIVE THROUGH THE DOXA WEBSITE OR DOXA APP
Subsplash provides the option to give through both the Doxa app and the Doxa website, whichever you prefer.
OPTION A: GIVING THROUGH THE DOXA APP - If you prefer giving through the Doxa app, watch the video below.
OPTION B: GIVING THROUGH THE DOXA WEBSITE - Scroll down to the WAYS TO GIVE box below this tutorial and click on the account icon (see example below).

STEP 2: CREATE A SUBSPLASH LOGIN
Using the same email address you used on CCB, create an account on Subsplash. Using the same email ensures we can bring your previous giving history for 2022 over to the new platform. The password does not need to be the same. This email login will give you access to everything on the website and app, including giving (as well as groups, messaging, media access, etc).

STEP 3: SET-UP A SUBSPLASH RECURRING GIFT
Click on "payment methods" and add a card or bank account. We recommend setting up a recurring gift through your bank with ACH. This has the lowest fees for both you and the church.
To link a bank account:
Enter your bank information (routing and account numbers). You will then see the payment method appear. Click in the amount and frequency you prefer.

To link a debit or credit card:
Enter your card number, expiration date, CVV code, and zip code. Click "link".

STEP 4: CANCEL YOUR CCB RECURRING GIFT
After you have successfully verified your credit or bank account and setup your Subsplash giving, if you have a recurring gift setup at CCB, you'll want to cancel that.
1. Login to your CCB account here, and click "MY GIVING".
2. Click the "SCHEDULES/HISTORY" tab and look for your gift under "REPEATING GIFT SCHEDULES". Note that it could be under the "individuals" or "family"
 tab depending on how you set it up.
3. Click the "CANCEL" link. Then click "CONFIRM". That's it, you're all done!

Ways To Give

Give Online

Use the Subsplash portal on this page to give online. You can do a one time gift or set-up recurring giving so that you don't have to try to remember each week/month. If you choose this potion, we ask that you take time each month to pray for your offering and remember that giving is worship, even online!

Give In Person

There is an offering box available near the entrance to the gathering space.

Mail A Check

If you prefer to mail a  check, you can send it to:
17935 NE 65th St. NE, Redmond, WA 98052

Joyful. Sacrificial. Regular.

God is the most generous being in all the universe. Everything we have is a gift from Him to be enjoyed and stewarded towards His mission of making what is true in Heaven true on the Eastside and beyond. Every member at Doxa gives of their time, talent, and treasure to this end. You can give your time and talents through service here. In regard to treasure, Jesus talked a lot about money, and He always connected it to our hearts. God is more concerned with the how and why of our giving than the what. The picture of Biblical generosity in the New Testament is regular, sacrificial, and joyful. Join us today by giving to God's work through Doxa!

F.A.Q.

When you say "joyful, sacrificial, and regular" what do you mean?

1.JOYFUL
Giving is a matter of the heart. God cares ultimately about our hearts, for he has an infinite amount of resources at His disposal. When we give, we do so in response to what God has done, and with excitement around getting to play a role in God's word and love reaching the Eastside.

2. SACRIFICIAL
Can you point to something tangible in your life that you don't have/use/do because you've made a conscious decision to give to the church? Everything from the homes and cars we buy, to the vacations we take...these are all opportunities for us to live differently in light of our commitment to the Kingdom and identity as God's kids.

3. REGULAR
We ask our church family to give regularly. This can be weekly, bi-weekly, or even monthly. This is both for the sake of your own discipleship and gospel rhythms, and for the sake of the church's ability to plan and allocate resources with wisdom and discernment. If you have a hard time remembering month-to-month, make use of our automated option on this page.

How can I give?
Giving at Doxa is simple and secure. you can bring cash or check to any of our gatherings, or you can give by credit card via our secure online portal. For ACH and recurring giving, use the module on this page.

If you prefer to give via check, you can mail it to us (don't mail cash) at:
17935 NE 65th ST, Redmond, WA 98052

We also have our Give Boxes available during our in-person gatherings.
For all other gifts or donations, please contact us at the form below and we'll get back to you promptly.

When I give at Doxa, where does the money go?
Great question! Simply put, your giving makes mission and discipleship happen. Every dollar given fuels the training of believers, preaching of the word, and resourcing of gospel-centered ministries here on the Eastside and all over the world.

Giving at Doxa funds our missionaries overseas, church planters we know and trust locally and abroad, as well as our lease and staff in downtown Redmond. Operating expenses (like parking, utilities, light bulbs, kids curriculum, and goldfish crackers) are also completely covered by the giving from people like you.

What kind of accountability is in place at Doxa Church regarding financial integrity?
We've committed to a very transparent approach to our church finances. Here are a few of the ways we actively work towards financial responsibility and handling our resources with integrity:

1. We provide a detailed financial report in our gatherings each month and welcome questions regarding how the budget is structured and how decisions are made around spending.  In addition, covenant members have access to books and records upon request.

2. Doxa is committed to non-staff (unpaid) pastors being involved in all stages of financial management and specifically are responsible for setting the compensation for the paid staff.

Should I give based on my pre-tax or after-tax income?
Many people think about their giving as a percentage of their money coming in, but should you use gross or net income? The most common view is that gross earnings are the amount of God's provision, and the tithe should be based on one-tenth of God's provision. Taxes are generally considered payment for the privileges and services provided by the government. Though scripture doesn't necessarily use the literal terms "net" or "gross," it is important to note that the spirit in which we give is of greatest value to God. He tells us in 2 Corinthians 9 that "each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give; not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver."

What if I don’t have enough money to tithe?
At Doxa we say, “the tithe is a tutor”, meaning that setting aside 10% of your gross earnings is a great place to start as a steward of God’s gifts. When things are tight, giving to your church can be a daunting commitment! According to the Bible, giving when times are lean is worshipful and an opportunity to live out the trust we say we have in God. He is faithful to provide. God wants us to trust Him. Seek His guidance in how much you should give, and he will honor your faithfulness and obedience.

Why do you accept credit cards?
Used within the parameters for which they were originally created, debit and credit cards can be
an efficient tool for payments and purchases. Many people utilize them in place of checks or
cash throughout the month, then pay off the balance in full. For these people, we offer the option
of using a credit or debit card to tithe. We strongly discourage those who have ongoing credit
card debt from exercising this option.

What is the deadline for annual contributions?
Cash contributions must be received or postmarked by December 31 to be included on
your giving statement for that year. Online transactions must be initiated by December 31.

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