Ways To Give Now
Make an Online Donation
Please use the button below to make a gift to the ministry & mission fund, the benevolent fund, or to a designated special project using your bank account, credit card, or debit card.
RECURRING GIVERS: PLEASE NOTE
We are upgrading our online giving system. If you are a recurring giver, please click the button below for instructions on how to update your account.
You can also watch the instructional videos below for a step-by-step walkthrough.
Mail in a Check
If you would like to mail a check to the church, please mail it to the address listed below.
ATTN: Finance Department
3102 W. Ralph Rogers Rd.
Sioux Falls, SD 57108
Online Giving Update – Video Walkthroughs
Account Setup & One-Time Gifts
If you’re ready to set up your new account or give a one-time gift on our upgraded giving system, please watch the video below for step-by-step instructions.
Recurring Gift Setup
If you’d like to set up a recurring gift in our upgraded online giving system, please watch the video below for step-by-step instructions.
Cash or checks (payable to Central Church) can be placed in the offering during any weekend worship service. Offering envelopes are available for those who wish to use them.
Use your mobile device to make a debit or credit card gift from your smart phone.
Automatically With Your Checking Account
Central offers “Simplified Giving” which allows you to make automatic monthly gifts to the church from your checking account. Contact Director of Finance Rusty Williams at (605) 275-1686 if you would like to set up an automatic giving plan.
Stocks and Appreciated Property
Gifting stock or other appreciated property can be an excellent way to support Central Church and possibly save on capital gains taxes. To make a gift of stock or property, please contact the Central Church Foundation via [email protected].
For a limited time, Congress recently passed Tax Relief Act allows IRA or other retirement account distributions gifted to charities (up to $100,000) to be considered no-taxable income to the account owner. This is helpful to those required to do mandatory distributions at age 70-1/2 and beyond.