Giving

Giving Is An Act Of Worship

At Heritage, we do all we can to maintain the highest levels of integrity with the resources God gives us through the tithes and offerings of people like you. We have established policies for secure handling and counting of weekly offerings.  We provide giving statements that show your year-to-date giving.  We prepare an annual budget that is adopted by our membership and we conduct an external audit each year.
 
Your contributions go directly to funding the ministry initiatives of Heritage. Through your faithfulness, you are assisting us in fulfilling our mission of “loving God and people passionately and leading people into a passionate relationship with Jesus Christ”.  We are grateful for your financial support of Heritage Church and are encouraged by your confidence in our ministry. May God bless you!

ONLINE GIVING:

Electronic online giving is available through ACSTechnologies.  By establishing a user account, members can set up one-time gifts or recurring gifts, check their giving history, or print tax receipts. 

CLICK HERE TO MAKE A GIFT TO THE OPERATING BUDGET OF HERITAGE

CLICK HERE TO MAKE A GIFT TO THE BUILDING FUND OF HERITAGE

CLICK HERE TO DESIGNATE A GIFT FOR HURRICAN HARVERY DISASTER RELIEF 

CLICK HERE TO DESIGNATE A GIFT FOR ANOTHER PURPOSE 


We have:

  • Text Giving: Text HERITAGEVB to 73256 to give using your text messaging. Standard text messaging rates may apply.

 

 

  • Mobile Giving:  The ChurchLife app by ACSTechnologies is available for iOS and Android devices.  This app includes giving as well as a church directory.

 

 

  • Kiosk Giving:  There is a kiosk located in the main hallway directly across from the Welcome Center.  Simply touch the "Get Started" button, and follow the instructions.  It even allows you to print a receipt.

 

 

  • Offering Plates:  We provide an opportunity for giving during every worship service.   We encourage everyone who gives electronically to place their connection card, their kiosk receipt, or some other token into the plate as a symbol of giving themselves to The Lord.