Online Giving Options
While we always allow people to give in traditional ways, in today’s digital world many people also appreciate online options which can help them be more consistent in the grace of giving. There is no cost to you to use this service. Although we do provide you the option to give using a debit or credit card, we discourage you from going into debt via your credit card to contribute to Our Savior’s Church.
What Are My Digital Giving Options?
Set up a gift using your checking account and it will not only be credited to OSC’s account as often as you choose, it will also go the furthest. Unlike debit/credit card transactions, where OSC pays 3-5% of the total gift in processing fees, using your bank’s routing number allows your gift to be fully used for ministry.
Set up a recurring gift using your debit/credit card and your gift will be immediately credited to OSC’s account as often as you choose.
Your one time gift using your debit or credit card will be immediately credited to OSC’s account as often as you choose.
Many within our church prefer to set up their recurring giving immediately on their pay dates. While we would like to honor that intention, we’ve discovered that every bank processes ACH transactions differently. In order to make sure you experience the best results, we recommend that you set up recurring gifts at least 24 hours after your scheduled payroll deposits.
Other Ways To Give
You can text text OSC Broussard, OSC Lafayette, OSC Midtown, or OSC Opelousas to 833-271-8565 from your mobile phone to receive instructions on how to give from your mobile device.
Send your check to our office at 655 Hwy 96, Broussard, LA 70518, or pick up some of our pre-addressed giving envelopes.
You can bring your gifts to any of our weekly services or drop them off at your campus office between 9-4 during the week.
Through Your Bank
Most banks will allow you to set up reoccurring gifts through their BillPay, EPay, or similar systems which send a automated check to OSC in the amount of your choosing. Visit your bank for more information on how to set this up.