Online Giving

You can now give online to Saint Patrick's Anglican Church through EasyTithe

Online Giving is so much more than just online! Our giving tools provide the ability to donate on our website or through a mobile app! After creating an account, you’re able to give a donation or schedule a series of donations directly from your checking account or by using your debit or credit card.

 

What Is EasyTithe?

Easy Tithe is the #1 Church Online Giving Solution that is secure, safe, and easy to use. Church supporters will have the option of donating using credit card, debit card, and eChecks (ACH directly from your bank account).

Donations can be one-time transactions or can be set-up to occur on a recurring basis.

How Does it Work?

Simply by clicking the Give Now button above you can login to EasyTithe and submit an online donation, set up a recurring donation, and review your giving history. This process can take less than 30 seconds. Within 24-48 hours, your funds are safety and securely processed and delivered to the church's designated bank account.  Please be aware that the church is charged processing fees for all credit card and ACH transactions.  Please consider selecting the option to increase your amount to help cover the extra expense.

Mobile Giving

Easy Tithe Mobile Giving App makes mobile giving is a snap! The mobile giving web app is perfect for all phones and mobile devices, including iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry & Android devices.  Visit the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, or Windows Store and download the EasyTithe App.

Is It Secure?

As required by the PCI Security Council and all processing banks, Easy Tithe is a Level 1 Certified PCI Compliant Service Provider. This means Easy Tithe conforms to the highest set of security standards in the payment card industry. Your account managers, end users, and Easy Tithe employees will never have access to the type of sensitive information that might lead to an unauthorized transaction.

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