At TMBC, we believe that true Christian generosity doesn’t begin in the wallet. It begins in the heart. It begins in that deeply personal and inward place where we recognize and respond to the extraordinary generosity of a loving God.

Your gifts to TMBC help the church equip, prepare and send disciples to share the love of Christ with others in this community and around the world. Contributions help pay for our gathering place for all of us to worship, learn, and grow together. Your generosity helps our church family to live out the great commission to, Go make disciples of all nations.

You can further TMBC’s mission by giving in the following ways:

Check or Cash

Check or cash donations can be placed in an offering plate each Sunday or mailed to the church at:
The Memorial Baptist Church
1510 Greenville Blvd.
Greenville, NC 27858

Automated Giving

Many financial institutions (banks, credit unions, etc.) offer free or low cost methods to pay bills and make contributions.Please consider contacting your financial institution about how you can automate your giving to TMBC from your financial accounts.  This method of giving saves TMBC money because it avoids the service fees associated with the on-line method of giving.

Text to Give

You can text the dollar amount of your gift to 833-908-0691. The first time you use this method you will have a short sign up process.

Online Giving

TMBC offers a secure, quick and easy option for giving online using debit and credit transactions.

Legacy Giving

Legacy giving is about including God and TMBC in your estate plans. For many people, a gift to the church from their estate answers this question. Their legacy gift becomes their final statement about God’s place in their lives.

Why do we give?

We believe that God is the generous giver of all things and we should be good stewards of that generosity through the giving of our time, talents and resources.

God desires our complete trust but this can be especially difficult when it comes to our money and possessions. Instead of trusting, we tend to hold on tightly to these things, which reflects that our trust lies in ourselves and not completely in God.

Learning to give frees us from greed and self-sufficiency, giving us a chance to experience God’s faithfulness in a very real way.

What is a tithe?

Simply, a “tithe” means a tenth part. Giving a tenth of your income to God’s work before you do anything else – what the Bible refers to as first fruits – is an important way to exercise your trust in God’s provision.

Even if you feel you can’t give 10% right away, you are encouraged to take a step in trusting God by setting another percentage (from 1-9%) that you give each month as first fruits.

Command them to do good, to be rich in good deeds, and to be generous and willing to share. In this way, they will lay up treasure for themselves as a firm foundation for the coming age, so that they may take hold of the life that is truly life. 
1 Timothy 6:18-19

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