Giving - Tithing, Generosity, Donations - Grace Community Church

Giving to Grace

Every week we work to partner with God in Clarksville and beyond. We do this through our weekend worship services, our local and global mission efforts, our student events, and countless of other ways in which our staff and volunteers serve our church, our city, and our world. To make all of this possible, we depend on the sacrificial generosity of the people who contribute to Grace.

If you would like to join us in our efforts to reach our city and care for those in our midst, you can give in one of the following ways listed below. We treat your financial information with the highest concern for security and confidence. Your contribution is tax-deductible. If you have any further questions, please use the form below to contact us.

If you have any questions about giving to Grace, please contact us here.

Generosity just got easier

We have multiple giving options to make giving easy and secure. Select your preferred method below to get started.

Give Online

We think you’ll find our recently upgraded giving platform both easier to use and more secure. To begin, click below.

Recurring Giving

You can automate your generosity by setting up recurring giving online using a debit card, credit card or ACH.

Manage Giving Account

Login to view your giving history and current profile. Change your payment accounts with ease, as well as schedule any future gifts.

Other Giving Options

Giving Kiosk

There is a giving kiosk in the Atrium on Sunday Mornings. It’s an easy, convenient and secure way to give.

Mobile Giving

To give from your phone via text you can text “GRACECLARKSVILLE” to 833.472.5698 to begin the process.

Give by Mail

You can mail your gift to our church office. Please makes checks payable to:

Grace Community Church
2853 Dunlop Lane
Clarksville, TN 37043

Online Billpay

Signup for online billpay through your own personal bank account and have your generosity sent directly to the church offices. For more information contact Jonathan Cliff.

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