Northview Community Church now supports credit card giving – online or on the weekends. We are using the online donation platform “Tithe.ly”. Click the blue-button to give now.
Northview is charged a small fee when donations are made online with a credit card, please consider checking the box “cover fees” to help keep our expenses low. The entire amount including the fees you opted to cover will be on your tax receipt.
You can give by texting “GIVE” to: 844-491-0740. You will receive a text back to set up an account. Once that is complete you will be able to give a one-time donation or set up a recurring tithe.
Reception is open on Monday-Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm to receive cash or cheque donations.
Reception is open on Monday-Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm to receive cash or cheque donations. You only need to fill out an offering envelope if you would like your cheque split to other funds in the church (e.g. Care fund). Please make cheques payable to Northview Community Church.
Once services resume you can drop your cheque in the offering bag.
To have funds withdrawn directly from your bank account each month, pick up a pre-authorized giving form from any of the info booths or DOWNLOAD HERE.
We accept e-transfers from your banking institution. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org and it will be auto deposited.
Gifts of stock in publicly traded companies carry significant tax advantages. If you would like to discuss this option, please email email@example.com for more information.
Debit / Credit terminals are found at the Info Booth by the Atrium and by the Coffee Counter at West Court. Follow the instructions by the machine. Be sure to fill out an offering envelope and include your debit / credit receipt to receive a tax receipt.
Yes, a receipt or confirmation of your donation will be emailed to you as soon as you donate using Tithe.ly. This is simply so you can see the details of your transaction and that the transaction was successful. It is not an official tax receipt for income tax purposes. However, all donations made through Tithe.ly will be included on your official tax receipt for income tax purposes from Northview.
You can view your giving history with donations made using Tithe.ly once you sign up for an account and navigate to recent giving.
Northview continues to use Planning Center (PCO) as the program to record all donations made to Northview (all campuses). So only your donations made using Tithe.ly will show in your Tithe.ly account. You can view your entire giving history with a PCO account. https://northview.churchcenter.com/login If you are sure you should have a Planning Center account and are unable to sign in, please contact us so we can make sure we have the correct information in our system for you! 604-853-2931 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
At this point, the finance department felt it was simpler to use a completely new platform for online giving that will allow us to expand our online donation abilities as needed. Planning Center is somewhat limited.
Tuesday, December 31, 2019 is the LAST day for donations to be receipted in the 2019 year. The office will be open limited hours to accept your donations. As per Canada Revenue Agency, any donations received on Wednesday, Jan 1, 2020 or later will be receipted in 2020 regardless of the date on the cheque.
If you have an email in Planning Center (our donation recording software), and have donated to any Northview campus in 2019, you will receive an email with a link to download your tax receipt from Northview. If you do not have an email in our system, a hard copy will be available at your campus or at the office. This tax receipt will include any donations made to Northview by debit card, credit card, Tithe.ly, e-transfer, automatic withdrawal, cash or cheque. Please make sure your e-mail address is up to date in our system to ensure you will receive your tax receipt.
Every Christian needs to understand how significant it is to be a steward of the resources God has entrusted them with. Paul writes a simple faith instruction to the early believers: “On every Lord’s day, each of you should put aside some amount of money in relation to what you have earned and save it for this offering.” (1 Corinthians 16:2 NLT).