1) Where Does My Money Go?

When you give online, unless otherwise delegated, your funds will go into the General Fund Account: This account funds the operations at New Chapel, such as purchasing equipment, renting a facility and marketing Sunday services. 


There is no large endowment, bank account, nor third party that New Chapel siphons from to operate: 

we're 100% supported by those who partner their finances with us to see life change through Christ.


2) Will I Still Receive a Contribution Statement?

Yes, we will mail your year-end giving statement directly to your address. 

You can also trek with your giving online on your SecureGive page


3) What If I Need to Change Credit Card Information,

Transaction Date or the Amount of the Contribution?

You can view, edit, or delete a scheduled contribution at anytime, 

as long as you created an account on the giving page.


4) Is Online Giving Secure?

We’ve taken steps to ensure that the giving process is safe and secure from beginning to end. We take security very seriously. All information is encrypted with 256 bit 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 Amazon.com to keep your information safe and secure during transactions. 

We chose to partner with "SecureGive" because of their reputation for security and discretion. 


5) Can I Give Things Other than Money?

If you feel led to give beyond a cash gift, consider some of these creative giving ideas:
Stocks, Bonds, Gold/Silver, Lands, Homes, Cars, Jewelry, or Coin Collections.


6) How do I manage my online giving?

Easy! If you want to set up online giving, "automate the important" or change your giving settings, passwords, or the like: log onto newchapel.securegive.com and sign in.



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