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Cross Assembly Giving 

Your generosity supports the mission of Cross Assembly:
To build up and send out Spirit-filled agents of local and global transformation.
Learn about giving through our new platform, PushPay.
Watch Cross Assembly’s most recent Missions-in-Review video to see how your generosity has supported the Great Commission in the prior quarter.

Different Ways We Give.

Text Giving

833.950.4797  Key Words are:  Benson, North Raleigh, Yonkers Road. Use one of the keywords for your campus, plus the amount you would like to give and send.
Automated, recurring giving is our Preferred method of giving. Give a secure gift from either a computer or mobile device. 
To cancel an automatic payment through our previous online platform, click here.
Send your gift in the mail or place it in one of our drop boxes located throughout the campus.
Cross Assembly Attn:
Accounting Department
2660 Yonkers Road
Raleigh, NC 27604
We accept stock contributions. Email [email protected] for details to get you started.
You can leave a financial legacy for Cross Assembly through a variety of planned gifts as part of your estate planning.

For more information contact Pastor Mark Jones at 919.781.3249.
Take giving with you. Make Cross Assembly available at home or on the go.

Why We Give

Giving is Worship

Giving is an expression of obedience, but also gratitude, trust, and increasing joy.

When we honor God with our giving, we acknowledge He is our source and has promised to take care of us.

"God loves a cheerful giver."
2 Corinthians 9:7

Giving Grows our Faith

Like prayer, reading our Bible, and fasting, giving is a spiritual discipline.

When we give, we fall more in love with Christ and develop a hunger to see more people meet Jesus.

"For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also." Matthew 6:21

Giving Supports the Mission

When we become a follower of Jesus, we become "recruited to the cause."

Christians should desire to financially support the work, and ministry costs, of making disciples-both locally and globally.

"Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirt." Matthew 28:19

FAQ's

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TITHES AND OFFERINGS?

The tithe is the first 10% of your income that God calls you to give to your local church (Malachi 3:10). An offering is any money you choose to give above and beyond your tithe. Tithing reflects our obedience to God and faith in His provision. Giving an offering reflects our heart of generosity and desire to fulfill the Great Commission. Giving of tithes and offerings are NOT prerequisites to salvation. However, giving does grow our faith and allows our church to be generous.

Tithes and offerings can be given to the ‘General Fund.’ Corporately, Cross Assembly gives 10% all of ‘General Fund’ receipts to support global and local missions. In 2022, Cross Assembly gave over $1.9 million to missions.

WHAT IS THE FORWARD FUND AND WHAT DOES IT SUPPORT?

Our Forward Fund includes general missions projects, locally and globally, building funding and all funds not designated to a specific purpose.

WHAT MINISTRY WOULD BENEFIT THE MOST FROM MY GIFT?

By giving to the ‘General Fund’ you ensure your money goes where it is needed most.

IS MY GIFT TAX DEDUCTIBLE?

Yes, 100% of your financial gift is tax deductible.

HOW DO I GET A RECEIPT FROM MY GIFTS?

Each time you give online you will receive a thank you confirmation receipt. Additionally, each year you will receive a giving statements for the previous year. If you need a giving statement immediately, you can contact our Finance Team at [email protected].

HOW CAN I MAKE A STOCK OR MUTUAL FUND GIFT?

We do have the ability to accept gifts of this nature. If this is an interest to you please email: [email protected] and he can get your started.

HOW DO I CANCEL A RECURRING GIFT SET UP THROUGH Easytithe?

Simply click here and choose your home campus.

Financial Accountability

Cross Assembly is accredited by the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) which requires high standards of Biblical accountability, board governance, financial transparency and oversight, and proper stewardship of charity resources.

The apostle Paul in 2 Corinthians 8:21 (NIV) clearly states: "For we are taking pains to do what is right, not only in the eyes of the Lord but also in the eyes of men." As the New American Standard puts it in verses 20 and 21: "taking precaution that no one should discredit us in our administration of this generous gift, for we have regard for what is honorable, not only in the sight of the Lord, but also in the sight of men.”

For questions regarding finances or online giving, contact [email protected].

Still have questions on giving?
Check out this sermon from our pastor.