We are pleased to offer you several convenient methods for giving your tithes and offerings online, as well as other contributions: We certainly believe in sowing seeds, because without the seed being sown, you will never get a harvest! The Bible alludes to believers giving money as sowing seed in a spiritual sense.  That coupled with the natural idiom of money being a seed, we say “money comes from paper, paper comes from trees, trees come from seeds, and seeds come from God… money is a seed!” So don’t hesitate in sowing good seed in good ground… “Harvest for Christ Church.”

Option 1: eGiving

eGiving is available for one-time gifts or for scheduled, recurring contributions. Whether you’d like to give a single gift, schedule ongoing donations or view your giving history, you can do it all online. It’s quick, easy and secure. You can give your tithe here as well as your gifts.

This safe and flexible option is the easiest way to give at Harvest for Christ Church! If you haven’t already done so, simply create a user account, when you give your first gift.

You may then give a one-time gift or set up your tithe or other contributions. You may also add, edit or delete your scheduled transactions at your convenience online. You specify the giving amount and where the funds should be applied. Review your giving history anytime through this access point. It’s quick, easy and secure.


Your giving transaction should immediately reflect in your giving record, if not please allow 24 hours for your giving transaction to post.

Option 2: Personal Online Banking

You can submit your tithe and any additional gifts through your personal bank’s online bill payment service. Indicate “Harvest for Christ Church” as your payee, specify your name as the account, and use the following information for the payee address: 

Harvest for Christ Church

12881 Veterans Memorial Hwy

Douglasville GA, 30134

Your bank will send Harvest for Christ Church the payment, and we will record it towards your giving records just as if you had written the check yourself.