Thank you for deciding to support 7 Hills Church with your gift. We believe that giving financially is one of the ways we worship the Lord. We understand that God doesn’t need our money. He owns everything. But we give because it takes faith to give and God wants us to trust Him. He tells us in Proverbs 3:9-10 to “honor the Lord with your wealth, with the first fruits of all your crops and then your barns will be filled with overflowing.” Because of this, we believe that when we give it releases the blessings of God into our lives.

Giving Options


Give a single gift or set up an automatically recurring gift weekly, monthly, etc.
Using a credit card, debit card, or bank account (ACH).


Learn more about our newest and most convenient giving option, Text to Give

If you need help, please visit our FAQ below or email

Below you can find answers to frequently asked questions about giving online.

Is Online Giving Safe?

Yes. 7 Hills Church follows these industry-standard guidelines for all transactions:

  • We do not retain or store your credit card information
  • Transactions are received securely over 256-Bit Encrypted pages
  • Transactions are processed via a secure Payment Gateway
  • Site authentication occurs securely via DigiCert SSL Certificate
Why do I need to set up a giving account online?

An online giving account allows you to view all of your past gifts for tax purposes, as well as manage your recurring gifts, without having to contact the church office. It also helps 7 Hills Church maintain the most efficient records of your gifts.

Can I setup automatic recurring gifts?

Yes. To help you remember to give regularly, you can setup an automated recurring gift at the interval of your choice (Weekly, Monthly, etc.)

Does giving online cost the church money?

Yes. Our banks do charge a small percentage for each online transaction. Fees vary on the type of transaction you choose to use. To reduce the costs of your online gifts, please consider the following information:

  • Credit / Debit Card Transactions = fees can be up to 1.8%
  • Directly from Bank Account (ACH) = fees are only $.50/transaction
  • Either method can be chosen during the online giving process
Can I change or cancel my recurring gifts?

No Problem, just text EDIT to 45777 and you will be sent a link to view/edit your account. There is no need to contact the church office about these changes; they will be automatically applied.

Can I designate my gift to a specific project?

Yes. You can choose from a few available funds to designate. Note: not all funds are available for online giving. Please contact the church office in these situations.

For further online giving help or questions, email

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