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Following Jesus in all of life.

What we do in daily life matters for those around us, and can last forever.

Choose to GIVE

In the Gospels, Jesus praised a poor widow for giving everything she had to live on.

This kind of giving might not be in step with the way people think, but it reveals a heart in step with God. May our giving reflect God's heart of generosity.

GIVING UPDATE: During this pandemic time, it may be more difficult to give our tithes and offerings to the Lord because we aren’t passing a physical offering plate. But we recognize that giving is a vital part of our worship to our Lord and Savior. Those worshiping in person can give their offering on the way out and those worshiping at home can give online or by mail. To let you know where we stand, we are now behind our budget, behind what we gave at this time last year, and we’ve received about 77% of what was anticipated in June and July. As we move forward with ministry plans for the fall, we ask that you prayerfully, joyfully and generously give as you are able so we can meet all of the ministry and missions obligations as planned.

If you have any questions regarding the church’s finances, please contact Nancy Singer, at nsinger@college-church.org

YTD Budget: $1,497,293

YTD Actual: $1,480,450

Difference: ($16,843) week 13 of 52

  • Give online.

    Our online giving is secure. We will handle your gift with the utmost care and confidentiality.

  • Give by mail.

    Our mailing address is 332 E. Seminary Ave., Wheaton, IL 60187. If you want a set of offering envelopes, email Ann Karow.

  • Other ways to give. 

    There are a growing number of options for giving to the church. For details, read our ways to give overview. 

Learn more by reading our booklet on generosity written by Nancy Singer, our Director of Administration and Finance.

 

Choose to SERVE

As followers of Christ, we serve because Jesus first served us.

More than a duty or obligation or even a way to earn God’s favor, service is one way we follow the Son of Man who did not come to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many. 

Nothing connects us with others more than serving other people. There are many ways to give your time and talents...

See our Serving brochure for more ways to be involved, or email for more information. We'll connect you with the people you need to get started.