Ways to Give
We invite you to prayerfully consider joining the circle of donors who have generously secured the future of our school through planned gifts. We understand that if you choose to make this kind of contribution, it will be because you believe in our mission and want to help make a difference in the lives of our students. For that, we sincerely thank you.
VANCO Mobile App:
Download the Vanco Mobile app for free from the App Store or Google Play. From there, you can make a one-time donation or set up recurring giving right through the app. Just select your fund and amount, enter a payment method and complete the donation. Vanco Mobile app is replacing the Give + giving option.
Supporting the Ministry:
Click on the “GIVE NOW” button below to setup your giving preferences. One time donations can be done by going directly to the give now drop downs, for those who are Church Members or if you would like to give regularly to the ministry. The first step is to create an account profile. Please click the “sign in/ sign up” link in the give window and follow the instructions as prompted.
If you would like to make a general donation, our ministry will designate this to an area of need.
Through your donations we have made wonderful improvements to our sanctuary. All funds designated to our Church Beautification Fund will allow us to purchase needed ministry items and continue to improve our sanctuary.
Mortgage Assistance Endowment Fund (MAEF):
For over 20 years, Child of God Lutheran Church and School has been sharing the Gospel message with children and families. To continue to grow, we need strong roots! We have established a Mortgage Assistance Endowment Fund (MAEF). By giving now, we can continue to serve God’s children, His most precious gift to us, to help them further their education and grow in their faith as they realize their roles as Christian disciples.
Lutheran Education Endowment Fund (LEEF):
We have created a Lutheran Education Endowment Fund (LEEF). This fund helps offset the cost of tuition for families who otherwise could not afford a Christian education, while sponsoring new students as it increases.