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Online Giving @ CFAN

If you don’t want to create a CFAN Account and would like to give via your credit card, please click below to give!


Scheduled Online Giving

Never forget to make your contribution by setting up automated giving!

Automated giving can be set up in the following ways:

  1. Sign-up for On-line Banking with your financial institution, and set-up CFAN as a payee. (No bank fees)
  2. Sign up for On-line Giving through (Incurs bank fees paid by CFAN):
    • A Credit card
      (Your contributions are credited in full.  Fees CFAN pays include .35¢ transaction fee plus 2.39% of total contribution.)
    • A Debit card
      (Your contributions are credited in full.  The fee CFAN pays includes 2.39% of total contribution.)
    • Through a checking or savings account
      (Your contributions are credited in full.  The fee CFAN pays includes .40¢ transaction fee.)

Please click the link below to open a new window and start creating your CFAN on-line account.

<< Enter the CFAN Giving Area >>

Making Disciples for Christ.

Matthew 28:19 is our foundational core value in ministry. We are committed to discipleship in Christ. We invest in creating leaders to impact the community of God through eternal relationships in Christ. We provide opportunities for our church family to connect in these powerful relationships each week in our church and in their communities. Your generosity equips our church with the resources we need to impact lives practically, spiritually and relationally in Christ.

God wants us to give because it shows that we recognize he is truly the Lord of our lives.

Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.  – James 1:17

Everything we own and everything we have comes from God. So, when we give, we simply offer him a very small portion of all the abundance he has already given to us. Giving is an expression of our thankfulness and praise to God. It comes from a heart of worship that recognizes that everything we give already belongs to him.

Believers should give according to their income.

On the first day of every week, each one of you should set aside a sum of money in keeping with his income, saving it up, so that when I come no collections will have to be made.  1 Corinthians 16:2

Note that the offering was set aside on the first day of the week. When we are willing to offer the first portion of our wealth back to him, then God knows he has our hearts. He knows—and we also know—that we are submitted completely in trust and obedience to our Lord and Savior.

How do I locate my bank routing number and checking account number?


A.  You can find the Bank Routing Number and your Checking Account Number within the string of numbers located at the bottom of one of your checks. Make sure you are using a check and NOT a deposit slip, since the numbers may not be the same. If your Account Number is not clearly recognizable, you can identify it by following the steps below.The numbers at the bottom of your check include a 9-digit Bank Routing Number, your Account Number and the Check Number. You can find your Account Number through the process of elimination. It may be helpful to write the string of numbers down on a piece of paper first. When writing out your bank numbers, ignore any special characters that may look like this:0_004


Step 1: Find your Bank Routing Number

The first 9 numbers from the left at the bottom of your check are your Bank Routing Number. This number is always 9 digits. Circle these 9 digits.

TIP: Find the special characters shown at right. The Bank Routing Number is between these characters: 0_002

Step 2: Find the Check Number

Locate the string of numbers at the bottom of your check that matches the Check Number in the upper right-hand corner. This number is usually 4 digits, and may include a zero as the first digit. Draw a line through these digits.

Step 3: Identify the remaining numbers

The numbers that are left – those that are neither the Bank Routing Number nor the Check Number – are your Account Number.

NOTE: If you notice extra zeroes before or after your account number, please include them as part of your account number.

TIP: Find the special character shown at right. Your Account Number is directly to the left of this character. 0_006