Giving to the ministries of the church is an important spiritual discipline
that deepens the giver's faith and enables the work of the church to be accomplished. The Bible instructs us to give 10% of our income to the Lord, which is called a tithe. Amounts above that are considered gifts and offerings. First Baptist Alexandria offers several different options for giving; please choose the one that is best suited for you.
Giving Online: FBCA has moved to a new online giving platform! Everyone who wishes to log in and track their online giving (including those previously registered) will need to set up a new account the first time they visit. This will also allow you to set up recurring donations.
A "Quick Give" option, with no registration required, is also available.
To give online using your credit or debit card (VISA, Mastercard, or Discover) please click on the "contribute online" button above and you will be directed to a page where you can complete your donation. Please consider increasing your donation to cover the 2.5% transaction fee the church is charged for online donations. Your entire donation is tax-deductible.
Personalized contribution envelopes: If you desire to bring your tithes and offerings to the church and give during the worship services, we will send you offering envelopes to your home throughout the year. If you do not have offering envelopes but would like some, please click above and provide your mailing address. Generic envelopes, found in the back of Sanctuary pews, may also be used.
Preauthorized payment (Bill Pay) – This is a service most banks provide
where you can have your tithes and offerings transferred from your checking
or savings accounts to First Baptist Alexandria at a set time each month or
when you dictate. To utilize this service, please contact your bank and send
the contribution to:
First Baptist Church of Alexandria
2932 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22302
Stocks and mutual fund shares can also be donated. By making a gift of appreciated assets, the capital gains taxes associated with the sale of these holdings may be bypassed.