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*In an effort to provide you with the safest experience for online giving, we've increased our security measures. If you're having trouble logging in with your old password, please click "Forgot Password" to reset to a stronger password that meets the new requirements.

 

Giving FAQs

If I give without signing in, will you still consolidate all my gifts for the year in order for me to have a giving statement from the church?

A: Yes, by providing your name, address, phone number, and email, we will be able to create a history of your giving.  If this is your first gift or contact with the church, that history will begin with this first gift.  And we’ll send you a yearly statement in the mail, or possibly via email, unless you tell us you don’t want that.

What is the benefit of creating a sign-in or online giving profile (through the form embedded on this page)?

A: By clicking sign in and creating a profile, your methods of payment can be saved so there is no need to retype credit card or bank information each time you give.  Also you can manage your giving with the sign in, such as changing credit card information or changing the amount or frequency of recurring gifts.  You also have quick access to the history of your individual online giving. NOTE: To access your family online giving, sign in with your Ministry ID through the the LOGIN button located on the footer of mecklenburg.org.

Why doesn’t the history button show all my gifts, including those given by check or cash?

A: This history button relates specifically to your online gifts.  To see all giving (checks, cash, online, stock, etc.), as well as giving for your entire family, go to mecklenburg.org, scroll to the bottom and click 'LOGIN', then Login with Ministry ID. This is a separate login than your Online Giving profile. You can also access that HERE.

What does the 'LOGIN' button show (located in the footer of mecklenburg.org)?

A: The 'LOGIN' button located in the footer of mecklenburg.org, allows you to see Groups you are a part of, contact details, and other settings in addition to the giving details mentioned above. This is your family portal or “profile”, that describes your family, but is only visible and accessible by you and select church staff.

What is the difference between My Account (found through the form on this page after signing in) and the 'Login' button?

A: After signing in through the embedded form on this page, you'll see "My Account." "My Account" simply displays your own personal (not family) profile. To see all giving (checks, cash, stock etc.) as well as giving for your entire family, click the 'LOGIN' button located in the footer of mecklenburg.org, then login with your Ministry ID (this is a separate login from your Online Giving profile). You can also access that HERE.

What is a Ministry ID?

A: Ministry ID has taken the place of what was previously called Meck Login. It’s a simplified way to sign into all your profiles anywhere you see the Ministry ID icon. If you previously used Meck Login, you can use those same credentials (email and password). You can access your Ministry ID login by clicking the 'LOGIN' button located in the footer of mecklenburg.org.

When signing in through the above embedded form, do I have to choose a sign-in method?

A: Yes. Use text to send yourself a secure code to sign in. This is the easiest method. You can also use Ministry ID to sign in  (the button below "Text" and "Email"). DO NOT USE the middle "Email" box.

Can I use two different emails?

A: It is NOT recommended to use more than one email for yourself as this will duplicate your profile. For your security, your email serves as an individual unique identifier along with your password.

Can I use two different cell phones?

A: It is NOT recommended to use more than one cell phone for yourself as this will duplicate your profile. For your security, your cell phone serves as an individual unique identifier.

What if I still have problems? What can I do?

A: If you think you may have duplicated yourself in the system or continue to have challenges with giving, please email for giving assistance so we can make this process better for you. We are happy to help!

Why do we give?

God doesn't need our money; He already owns it all. But when we willingly set aside the first part of our income for the local church, our hearts will be turned toward Him (Matthew 6:21). The word tithe means tenth and refers to the first ten percent of all our income. The Bible tells us that the tithe belongs to God, is to be immediately set aside for Him (Leviticus 27:30), and is to be brought to the storehouse (Malachi 3:10). Today, that storehouse is the local church, and God wants our tithes to go to the local church for the same reason He wanted them to go to the temple's storehouse, "that there may be food in my house." The church's job is to meet the needs of people. You can think of the local church as being a hospital for spiritually sick people where Jesus Christ is the doctor. But just as a hospital cannot heal the physically sick without funds, the church cannot heal the spiritually sick without funds. When we tithe, we give to others through the church.

As Christ-followers, we believe that we are stewards of God's resources because He is the owner of all that we have (Psalm 24:1).

Throughout scripture, we are reminded of the importance of giving back a portion of what God has so generously provided. His Word tells us that giving is an act of worship that should be done with a spirit of thanksgiving.

Giving is the only area in the Bible where God invites us to test Him. Give your tithe (the first 10% of your income) to God and see if He does not open the floodgates of heaven to bless you in ways that you never dreamed possible (Malachi 3:10).  

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