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We Truly Believe You Can't Outgive God

The Bible says in Matthew 6:24 that the top competitor for our commitment to Jesus is money. Giving allows us to demonstrate that He is more important to us than material things. Not having cash or check on hand doesn’t have to hold you back from giving. You can be obedient today by giving online. There is no organization with more potential to change the world than the local church!

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Frequently Asked Questions: Giving

Yes! We take very seriously the security of your personal information and data. Your payment method details are tokenized and stored on industrial grade servers where the information is encrypted. Please review the Pushpay Security Overview for more details.
Yes, simply choose the Bank account option when selecting your payment method. You can give using a checking or savings account.
Yes. We accept any debit or credit card issued by Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
You will not pay any fees. The dollar amount that you select to give will be recorded on your contribution statement. However, the church does incur fees for processing. The most cost effective way to maximize your giving is to give online from your bank account. To give this way, simply choose the Bank account option as your payment method whenever you make a one-time gift or set up a recurring giving schedule.
Giving history can be viewed at anytime by logging into your Pushpay account and viewing your transactions. Keep in mind that you will only see transactions for your Pushpay account as each family member (spouses and children) may have separate accounts.

Annual contribution statements will be sent by mail at the closing of the calendar year for tax purposes. Typically, you will receive these by the end of January. Please update your giving profile with any address changes to ensure timely receipt of your statement.
All contributions must be received or postmarked by December 31 in order to be included in your contribution statement for that year. Any online contributions must also be initiated by and dated as of December 31.
After logging into your account, you will see a listing of your recurring gifts. Click edit next to the recurring schedule you wish to change or cancel. You can change or cancel your contribution up to two business days before the date of your next scheduled contribution. Keep in mind, once a gift has been made to the church it cannot be refunded. In accordance with IRS regulations, contributions must be irrevocable to qualify for a charitable deduction. If you have any questions, please contact us at 817-906-1478 or finance@mycompasschurch.com.
When you give online we ask you to select the campus you attend. Whatever campus you select, contributions made to the general fund are applied to our general budget (not to a campus-specific budget). The campus designations are for our records to track campus giving.
Compass Christian Church
Attn: Contributions
2600 Hall Johnson Rd
Colleyville, TX 76034

CARES Act + Charitable Giving

The Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Securities Act, also known as the CARES Act includes significant tax relief and charitable giving benefits. For 2020 only, the Act provides incentives for both individuals and corporations by increasing the available deductions on qualified charitable contributions to: 

  • 100% of their adjusted gross income for individual taxpayers who itemize their deductions. Beyond the scope of the CARES Act, the deduction for qualified charitable contributions made by itemizing individual donors is limited to 60% of their adjusted gross income.
  • 25% of taxable income for corporations. Up from the 10% limit which is generally applicable for corporations outside of the CARES Act.

Contributions made to Compass qualify for this benefit and need to made within the 2020 calendar year.

What is Tithing?

A tithe—which just means “tenth”—is defined as the first 10% of a person’s income that is to be given back to the local church. Tithing is a principle taught throughout the entire Bible. When we tithe, we are expressing worship in a tangible way by putting God first in our lives. Bringing our tithes is an opportunity to give God our thanks, show that we trust Him, and fight against greed in our hearts.

If you would like to read more about what the Bible says about tithing, check out these passages: Leviticus 27:30, Proverbs 3:9-10, Malachi 3:6-10, Matthew 6:19-24 and 1 Corinthians 16:1-2.

Why we give

Money and church can be a touchy issue - but it doesn't have to be. We don't give because God needs our money, and we don't give because the church needs our money. It's much bigger than that. We give because God asked us to and following through shows that we trust Him.