Giving (or tithing) is something God has asked His people to do as a means of supporting His work, and as a reminder that all we have is really His anyway. While we do rely on the support of those who call Eagle Ridge home, if you’re a guest with us, please do not feel obligated to give, we're glad to have you as our guest.
For those of you who do call ERBF home, or for those who may just want to make a one-time donation toward the work going on here, there are several ways you can financially support ERBF.
You can give by each e-transfer through your financial institution. In the "recipients" section put "Eagle Ridge Bible Fellowship" and send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for a video on how to send money via e-transfer.
If you prefer to give online or using your mobile device, you can do so by clicking the Give Button above or below. You will be taken to our online donation page where you can process both one-time and scheduled recurring gifts.
Grab an offering evelope on Sunday morning located in the seats in the sanctuary or from the Welcome Booth. Fill out the information, enclose your gift and drop it in the offering basket or hand it to one of our ushers. For tax receipts, cash donations MUST be made using an envelope as we need a record of your gift.
You can set up automatic monthly giving, direct from your bank account. To set this up, you can grab a Preauthorized Debit Agreement form from the Welcome Booth in the lobby (or download and print the form below), fill it out and return it to the church office with a VOID check.
You can give by texting the word give to (587)800-0722. Check out the video below to see how easy it really is.
Please note that all donations will be applied to general church operations except for those designated to a project approved by the Elder Board. If funds raised are in excess of an approved project’s requirement, or a project cannot be completed for any reason as determined by the Elder Board, the Board will have the option to designate the funds for other programs that are in line with the church’s charitable purposes.