Giving History & Statements
Ways to Give
One-Time or Recurring
Online Giving through Pushpay allows for a secure, convenient way to give, via a direct debit from your checking account or credit card. You can choose a one-time gift or recurring donation.
Trinity does not encourage the use of borrowed credit that leads to acquired debt.
Interested in giving through texting directly from your mobile phone?
To start giving using Pushpay, you can text TRINITYCCGIVE to (833) 808-3336 and follow the prompts to give through your smartphone. You will receive a one-time reply containing a link to give. Please be aware that Msg & Data rates may apply. For help reply HELP or STOP to cancel.
Mail your support
You can mail your support to:
Trinity Community Church
12168 N. Willow Ave.
Clovis, CA 93619
check and cash offerings
On Sundays, offerings can be placed in stationary offering boxes located at the back of the Worship Center, as well as at the entry of the Discipleship Center, and at the Welcome Table. If you prefer, we encourage you to continue giving through the mail or electronically. If you would like to request personalized giving envelopes, please contact Shanna Frost in the church office.
The Treasure Principle Keys
Sometimes giving will seem like it doesn’t make sense, but when we do it, God provides.
The Macedonian believers gave “as much as they were able, and even beyond their ability” (2 Corinthians 8:3). What does it mean to give beyond our ability?… Jesus said, “Everyone who has left houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or children or fields for My sake will receive a hundred times as much and will inherit eternal life” (Matthew 19:29). I don’t believe it’s ever wrong to give now. Death isn’t your best opportunity to give; it’s the end of your opportunity to give. God rewards acts of faith done while we’re still living. John Wesley said, “Money never stays with me. It would burn me if it did. I throw it out of my hands as soon as possible, lest it should find its way into my heart.” (From The Treasure Principle by Randy Alcorn)