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South Brooklyn Seventh-day Adventist Church has embraced technology for its evangelistic strengths, as well as for its convenience. One way that we utilize the convenience is by allowing for an online giving option. You can now return your tithe and give offerings to us online using industry-standard, secure online transactions.

Online giving is not mandatory and does not replace traditional methods of giving to the church. Rather, it complements it and simply gives an alternative to traditional methods of giving. You can give as you normally do in church, or make a secure transaction online, or both. There is no commitment to giving in any particular way at all times: you choose to give any way you want.



In order to use the online giving feature, you will have to create an account online with Adventist Giving. Basic online transaction methods apply, including having email access and checking account information.

For an in-depth overview of the online giving process, this FAQ list will be very useful. The Stewardship Department is available to answer questions that you may have, as well. For a practical overview, click the “Play” button (the little dark triangle) on the video below.

(Provided in QuickTime or Windows Media formats.)

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