FAQs about Online Giving
Q: Why should I give online?
It's a personal preference, but here are a few of the benefits we hear frequently:
Q: How do I give online?
Q: What if nothing happens when I hit the "Donate" button?
If you are using a pop-up blocker such as Google Toolbar, Norton Internet Security, etc., the online giving window may not open. Most browsers also have an internal pop-up blocker that can be enabled or disabled. In order to use this feature, you will need to allow pop-ups for this site.
Q: Can I set-up automatic contributions?
Yes, you can. You can specify whether you want your contribution weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, etc. You can even set up more than one schedule, so it's possible to give a weekly offering as well as a yearly donation to the Christmas Missions Offering.
Q: Can I test this by giving one time?
Yes. You may test online giving by going through the process and calling the church office to verify the payment has been received. You can also
Q: Can I give online to Missions?
Yes. Simply type "Missions Fund" in the Description box when you are scheduling a contribution.
Q: Can I use my debit card or credit card?
Q: Can I use an electronic check?
Unfortunately, not at this time.
Q: What if I have more questions?
Contact Julie at the church office at (316) 682-6545 or email email@example.com, and she'll be glad to answer your questions.
You will find MorningStar's online giving system comfortable, familiar and very easy to use. Regardless of age or computer knowledge, this system is user-friendly and easy.
Simplfy your giving by doing it online within just a few minutes.
Online giving is actually more secure than checks or cash. With this system, you won’t have three or four different people processing your paper checks or cash. As soon as you click the link below you enter a secure, fire-wall protected server that is not available to the public. From there, your gift is electronically transferred directly to MorningStar's bank and the information about your transfer is sent directly to MorningStar's internal records.