Faithful Giving

God wants to be first in our lives. Giving our tithes and offerings is a way we demonstrate to God that our faith in Him is more important than material wealth. Faithful giving shows that we love God through our obedience, and also reflects our gratitude to God for all that He has given us. Everything we have is God’s, so we return the tithe back to Him as an act of obedience. Ask God if faithful giving is your next step. It may not be easy, but it will change your life.

Give Online

Giving online is a safe and secure way to give to First. Online gifts are processed through our Church Community Builder church management software (CCB). Setting up a one-time or a recurring gift is extremely easy and intuitive.  You can set up your gift via a credit/debit card or a checking account.

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Give On Sunday Mornings

During the service, we will have a time of giving where you may participate. During a time of prayer and special music, our ushers will collect the offering.  You may also give during Bible Study, or deposit your gift in one of our giving boxes.

Stock and Security Gifts

First Baptist Church gratefully accepts gifts of Stock and Securities. Please contact our Business Administrator for more information and assistance in transferring securities.


Gifts-in-Kind donations are non-monetary items or materials of tangible personal property. Examples include real estate, art objects, high-quality collectibles, antiques, books, automobiles, products, computer hardware, computer software, supplies and more. All Gifts-in-Kind donations to First Baptist Grapevine must be approved by our Business Administrator. Upon receiving approved Gifts-in-Kind, the Finance office will issue a receipt identifying the date of receipt and acknowledging that the described Gift-in-Kind has been received.

First Baptist does not identify a value for the Gifts-in-Kind on the receipt. The donor is responsible for acquiring the fair market value applicable at the time of the gift. For Gifts-in-Kind that are valued by the donor at more than $5,000, the IRS requires that a fair market value appraisal be obtained by the donor. Please contact a tax accountant to inquire about how Gifts-in-Kind donations may benefit you in your individual tax situation. If you would like to learn more about Gifts-in-Kind donation opportunities, or if you would like to connect with our Business Administrator, please complete the form below.

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