Use the form below to indicate your gift amount and whether it's a one-time or recurring donation. If you prefer, you can also give inside our mobile app (Download app).


If you're designating a donation to a specific ministry, event or staff support, please make a notation in the memo area of the check. You can mail checks to, A Seattle Church, 766 John Street, Seattle, WA 98109.


Which fund do I choose?
If you're designating a donation to a specific ministry, event, or staff support, please use the pull-down "fund" to indicate where you'd like to direct your gift. But for general tithes and offerings, be sure that the "tithe & offering" fund is selected.

I can't find my name in your system?
If you set up your donations in 2016 or before, you can access our old giving system, called Giving Fire. you need to access our previous giving dashboard then go here.

How fast are checks processed?
We are able to scan checks automatically and they will be processed immediately. After the giving on the weekend, we process the funds during that week.

Do I have to log in if I want to tithe the same amount each week or month?
No. You can easily create a reoccurring gift. Specify whether you want your contribution made one time, weekly, twice per month, monthly, quarterly, or yearly. You can set up as many schedules as you would like, so it is possible to give a monthly gift as well as a weekly one.

Will I receive a contribution statement for tax purposes?
No. Your annual giving, as well as your year to date giving, is easily accessed and printed from the same page you give on. Simply, select "schedules/history" at the top of the giving page.

What if I need to make changes (credit card, amount, date) to a scheduled contribution?
When you log in you will be given a chance to edit or delete a scheduled contribution, including the credit card, date, frequency and amount.

Is online giving secure?
Yes, we've taken steps to ensure that the giving process is safe and secure from beginning to end. All of your giving data is secured by SSL encryption. SSL is an acronym for "Secure Socket Layer", a security protocol that provides communications privacy over the Internet. It is the same technology used by banks and e-commerce companies such as to keep your information safe and secure during transactions.

More Questions?

Contact Amanda Armes, Administrative Director,