Become a Difference Maker.
We embrace extravagant generosity. When we give generously, it changes our life as well as those we are reaching. When you give, marriages are restored, lives are healed, and people meet Jesus. There’s no better investment!
Giving at Resonance is simple and secure and takes just seconds. To make your life easier, you can even schedule your giving.
Meet our Partners.
Tithing is the baseline standard of giving that the Bible teaches, and we are committed as a church to giving away at least 10% of what we are entrusted with each month to our Strategic Outreach Partners. These are people and organizations that we believe in, who share our vision, and who are difference makers!
We want to help you win with your money.
We’ve all needed help with our finances at one time or another. We are honest, open and real, and we want you to know there is no shame in asking for help. If you’re feeling stuck or just need some help understanding things, we have put together some tools and resources to help you. God has a plan and purpose for you, and that includes your finances.
By logging into MyResonance, you can obtain a copy of your giving statement and even manage your contact information at any time (as well as sign up to serve and more). To request a login, simply click the link below.
All that we have (including our money) is God’s, and we believe we are called to high standards in managing it. As a church, we operate within a budget and do not utilize debt (and that includes credit cards). Although we accept credit cards as a giving option, we strongly discourage those who have ongoing credit card debt from using this option.
We seek to maintain a high level of integrity in all we do, especially when it comes to finances. To add increased layers of financial accountability, Resonance uses a third-party bookkeeping service who audits our giving, deposits, and expenses weekly to ensure there are no discrepancies.
We also use a third-party payroll service and have multiple leaders associated with each account the church maintains. We seek to eliminate the potential of mishandling what God has entrusted us to manage, and we take this very seriously.