When we are generous with our resources, we become active participants in leading people to become fully devoted followers of Jesus. Whether it’s in our community or around the world, your gifts make it possible for more people to hear about Jesus.
Whether you’re giving today for the first time or you give every week, your gifts matter. Because of your generosity, you participate in the work of our church to help people become fully devoted followers of Jesus, both in our region and around the world.
Manage your reoccurring giving and access year-end statements.
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Now, there’s a much simpler way to make repeating and one-time gifts online, download giving statements and see your giving history. Take a few minutes and follow these three easy steps to set-up your repeating or one-time gift online:
Click, give online above
Create a giving account.
Enter bank account/card information, and frequency you would like to give.
At any time during the year, see your giving history and download statements for tax purposes.
Login at WestRidge.com/Login and select “Go To My Profile” in the right-hand menu under your name.
*If you do not have a login, click “Sign Up” on the login screen and enter your information. We will then create your login and email you information to log in.
Click “Financial” from the menu located under your contact information in the center of the page. You should then see all recent gifts and repeating gifts that you have setup. If you would like to setup a repeating gift simply click the GIVE button on this page.
To download your statement click “Giving Statement” from the Printable Statements menu located on that page. Choose the options from drop-down menus for your statement and then click “create.”
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West Ridge Church is accredited by the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), which requires high standards of biblical accountability, board governance, financial transparency, integrity in fundraising, and proper use of charity resources.