We’re starting inside gathering this Sunday. But, slowly. We’ll have limited seating, with distances in line with guidelines, and also a live stream for our in home friends. Pick the place you want and join us to worship Jesus and our amazing God!
We are excited to announce that we have new ways to give your financial tithes and gifts online!
Use Tithe.ly. LJCF has an account on the popular, trusted, and secure web service Tithe.ly (that’s also the address of the website). Tithe.ly is not a free service, but a small service fee of 2.9% of your gift goes to Tithe.ly to make this convenient service possible. You can create a free account on Tithe.ly to better track your giving history.
Online with your Bank. If you don’t want to mess with service fees, then you can talk to your bank to find out how to use the online Bill Payment service offered by most financial banking institutions. This is a free service and it will automatically send a financial gift to LJCF on the schedule you choose. Talk to your bank for more information.
Just like before. And, as always, you can continue to give in person or through the mail.
Life’s Journey receives all financial support from our team and volunteer partners. The Gospel of Jesus is given away for free, but buildings, team supplies, and goods used for community resources carry a cost.
A community of Christians financially supporting the local congregation is the way God has been doing things for thousands of years. As people encounter the joy of God, that joy creates in them a cheerful and generous desire to provide for the financial needs of the local team.
Financial gifts and offerings are used to create resources to help the whole community grow in their relationship with God through Jesus Christ.
We are less than an hour away from LJCF Live Streaming Sunday morning service. We want to make sure you are able to fellowship with us as a family even when you can’t make it to the building. You can find us on Facebook at facebook.com/lifesjourneymt/.
Jesus didn’t create a building called the church. He created a group of people called the Church. When you are stuck at home you can still be a part of a community this morning.