Give

There are many ways to give back in gratitude for all God has done for us – in time, in talents, in financial stewardship – and each of these ways helps support the ministries of College Park. 

Are you interested in offering your time and talents to the ministries at College Park?

We believe the most effective way to connect you to ministries at College Park is to give you the opportunity to choose a few ministries that best fit your passions and skills. Click here to view our Participating at College Park form. This has a complete list of the ministries offered at College Park and allows you to choose a few that interest you. Be sure to email your completed form to cpbcgbo@bellsouth.net.

Are you interested in supporting our College Park ministries financially?

The most traditional way to financially support our community is through our worship offering collected during both the 8:30 am Tessera service and the 11 am Mosaic service. This is most often done in the form of cash or check (made payable to College Park Baptist Church).

Online: If you prefer an online option, you can make a onetime payment or set up recurring payments through our FaithStreet secure option.

Bill Pay: Many of our community members choose to use a bill pay option through their own bank. This mails directly to the church and does not typically incur fees for either the church or the community member. 

Venmo: You may find it easier and more convenient to use a cash app for giving. You can now give to College Park using your Venmo account. Just use the QR code below.

We are currently researching ways to add apple pay and amazon pay. We hope to have those available soon. 

Other ways to support College Park

Three Nickels Campaign

Three Nickels is a missions fund-raising program to help people living and dying in extreme poverty throughout the world. The yearly goal is to have 100 families or individuals pledge to give at least $1 per week (3 nickels per day). Learn more about the 3 Nickels ministries for 2020. 

Capital Campaign

We kicked off our “Access for All” capital campaign in Fall 2011. This incredible project included the steeple painting, installation of our elevator, a complete chapel renovation and the rebuild of our kitchen.  As with any other renovation project on a building with some age, there are always changes in plans and costs as you proceed. Three of our four projects are completely paid for thanks to your generosity. Learn more about our projects and ways you can support funding.

“Why I Give to College Park” 2020 Stewardship Series

This year we have asked folks within the community to share a reflection on the ways and reasons they give to College Park as a way of re-centering and re-focusing ourselves around stewardship. Click here to read some of these thoughtful reflections. If you are interested in offering a reflection in worship during this series, contact the church office.