Ways to Give at FBC

At FBC, we recognize that everyone has preferences for how they give to their local church.

Some like to give by check or cash, some like to give via texting, and some prefer to give online. FBC supports all these methods.

However, as part of building the discipline of giving as part of discipleship, we would encourage you to consider setting up regular recurring (scheduled) giving using one of our online giving options.

MyFellowship (CCB)

Online giving through MyFellowship enables you to easily have your tithe and offerings taken directly out of your checking account and/or your debit/credit card. You will have the ability to control when the money is deducted, such as a one-time gift or to set up recurring gifts such as weekly, every other week, or once a month.

This is our preferred method, as it provides the most efficient and cost-effective way to process your gift.

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Mobile App (SubSplash)

Our mobile app for your phone or tablet has a built-in giving option through Subsplash giving. It allows for ACH bank draft or debit/credit card options. You can give one-time or setup recurring giving.

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Texting (TXT2GIVE)

TXT2GIVE is a popular option for those always on the go. You can text “Give {amount}” to phone number 903.689.9695 using your mobile phone.

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Check or Cash

Just drop your cash or check in the offering basket on Sunday morning or bring it by the church office during the week.

If you process your gift through your personal bank’s online bill-pay service, please keep in mind that we still receive a check that needs to be processed. Please consider one of Fellowship’s online options.

If you have questions or need clarification on any of these options, please don’t hesitate to contact our office.

As always, no matter what method you choose for your giving, we want you to know how much we appreciate your continued support of God’s work through Fellowship Bible Church. We make every effort to make the best use of the resources with which you have entrusted us.