Giving financially to Dawson Creek Alliance Church is more than supporting the ministries that we offer, it's also an act of worship. 

As one gives they are saying thank you to God for what he has given them. 


Giving Opportunities

Cash or Cheque

You can do this Sunday mornings. Insert your cash or cheque into a giving envelope with your name on it, or your giving number, and place it in the offering plate. If you do not have a giving number you can fill out a connect card requesting one or contact the office. (Having your name or giving number on the envelope is for tax receipting purposes)


Debit or Credit

We have a Moneris Terminal located by the mailboxes at the west end of the foyer. You keep the 'customer copy' and put the 'merchant copy' in a giving envelope with your name or giving number on it. Then place the envelope in the slot on the counter or put it in the offering plate.

Tithe.ly

Tithe.ly is an online giving solution that makes it easier to give to your church. You can give at any time from anywhere, either here on the website or you can download the app. You can give with or without an account, one time or setup recurring giving.  

(Currently only Credit Cards are accepted) 



Download the app from the app store or google play.


Paypal

We recognize that people are busy and aren't always available to give on Sunday mornings so we would like to create an opportunity for people to worship and give to God outside of Sunday mornings. 

When filling out your PayPal form please indicate in the "Instructions for Dawson Creek Alliance Church" box how you would like your giving designated:

General Fund | Building Fund | Alliance Missions

DCAC Donor-Restricted Gift Policy

Spending of funds is confined to Dawson Creek Alliance Church Board approved programs and projects. Each contribution directed toward an approved program or project will be used as restricted with the understanding that when the need for such a program or project has been met or cannot be completed for any reason, as determined by the Board, the remaining restricted contributions will be used where most needed.