We Give because
Tithing Is More Than Giving
The word "tithe" literally means tenth or 10%. Tithing, or giving ten percent of your income, isn't merely giving something to GOD. It's giving back what was his to begin with. All that we have, or hope to have, comes from him. The Bible says that tithing is a reminder that GOD is the supplier of everything. It teaches us to always put GOD first in our lives. Giving back to GOD with our financial gifts, and using our talents are powerful ways to honor GOD and grow the Kingdom of GOD.
Beyond the Tithe
"Beyond the tithe" is anything you give beyond 10%. In Malachi 3:10, GOD says "Go ahead. I dare you. See if you can out-give me." Beyond the tithe is a chance for you to be extravagantly generous. You can give additional gifts to the tithe fund, or to a specific project like Church in Pakistan, Food Pantry, and more. So go ahead, test and experience God's generosity!
Your Generosity Changes the world!
Join us for worship Sundays at 10:30 AM in the sanctuary and 7:00 PM in the café. In our Sunday services simply place cash or a check in the offering plates during the Offering time. The financial offerings are used to bring hope, grow the church and extend the Kingdom of GOD.
GRACE Presbyterian Church
7 North 4th Street
Martins Ferry, OH
Our new church plant in Pakistan began in January 2016 with 10 people and a translator. In just one year it grew to over 250 people! Each baptised person receives a new Bible. Financial support for this mission is needed. $6.00 purchases one Bible in Urdu, their native language.
GRACE Church is a 501-C3 non-profit corporation that is committed to honoring God’s provision by exercising wise and faithful stewardship, ethical business practices, and full accountability to ensure the financial integrity of GRACE Church remains above reproach. We accomplish this through a system of internal controls and an internal budgeting and reporting process. Anyone may request a copy of GRACE Church's most recent Annual Report. Contact us or call (740) 633-2699 to ask general questions about our financial practices.