Give

Give Now:

4 Stages Of Giving At Sojourn:

Start Giving

If you don’t worship through giving, start. Make your first financial gift, whether it’s a lot or a little.

Give regularly

If you’re an irregular giver, commit to giving regularly – perhaps every Sunday or once per paycheck. 10% of your income is a good target, but if the best you can do right now is, say, 6%, then give 6% regularly and work toward 10% down the road.

Above and Beyond giving

Once you are regularly giving a portion of your income, consider giving above and beyond to the mission and vision God has entrusted to us. This might be a large one-time gift or smaller, regular above and beyond giving.

Multiplier

Once you’re giving above and beyond, consider becoming a “multiplier” by sharing your testimony of God’s faithfulness in your finances, or consider becoming a financial coach to other Sojourners (link to Financial Coaching page).

Although everything we have belongs to God anyway, God himself is a far more lavish, sacrificial giver to us than we could ever be in return. The death and resurrection of Jesus represent the most generous gift ever given — when the King of Glory gave up everything in order to reconcile us to God. Giving cheerfully, sacrificially, and consistently to this King is a part of our worship.

“…though [Jesus] was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that you by his poverty might become rich” (2 Corinthians 8:9).

CREDIT DISCLAIMER:
If you are currently in debt or have had a history of debt problems please do not use your credit card to tithe or give to the church.

Give during a service:

Cash or check can be given during any of our weekend services. If you’d like to receive a tax deduction for cash gifts, the gift should be placed in an offering envelope with your name and address on it. Offering envelopes are available at all of our services.

If giving for a campaign, write the name of the campaign on your check.

Give by Mail:

Sojourn Community Church
1303 S. Shelby St. Louisville, KY 40217-1104

Please indicate your campus in the memo field of the check.

Give by Automatic Bill Pay:

Automatic Bill Pay is a great way to give regularly and consistently to Sojourn. In addition, it saves Sojourn transaction and credit card processing fees! That means 100% of your donation goes to fund the operation and vision of Sojourn. You’ll find setup instructions for Automatic Bill Pay at the bottom of this page.

Estate Planning:

There are many ways to provide long-term funding to the local church through estate planning. This is great way to leave a legacy behind and truly scheme for God’s kingdom with your wealth.

For more information on estate planning, please email Kristen Mason.

Give by Text:

Send a text message with the organization code and your dollar amount to 52014. The organization codes are:

East: @soje
Jtown: @sojj
New Albany: @sojn
Midtown: @sojm

For example, if you want to give $100 to Midtown, just text: @sojm 100 to 52014.

You can also add keywords with a # to designate a gift to East’s Deep Church (#deep), international missions (#world), or JTown’s Making Room (#room). For example, $100 to East Deep Church would be: @soje 100 #deep texted to 52014.

Message and data rates may apply.

We give as an act of worship and thankfulness for the grace God has shown us through Christ. “Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.”
—2 Corinthians 9:7

Set-up Instructions For Automatic Bill Pay:

Each bank is set-up slightly different. If you have additional questions, we recommend you contact your bank directly.

  1. Log-in to your online banking. >> For example, www.chase.com.
  2. Select “Bill Pay.”
  3. Select “Add Payee.”
  4. Enter the applicable information for Sojourn Community Church.
  5. In the account number field, please include your phone number and the name of the campus you attend.
  6. Select “Recurring Payment.” Enter the appropriate dollar amount and frequency.
  7. Select “Finish.”

For more information, please email Luke Barker.