Ways to Give

Your Bank’s Bill Pay Service

Most banks offer a free bill pay service through which you can set up the church as a payee. This option also incurs no fee to the church and can be set up as recurring donations.

Bill Pay via Checks

The bank will mail a check on your behalf. This option typically allows for writing a designation on the check. To add the church as a payee, use the information in the section on Checks below.

Bill Pay via Direct Deposit

The bank will initiate an ACH transfer to the church’s account. This option typically has no place to write in a designation. If you would like to designate an ACH transfer, please email offerings@churchincollegestation.org with designation information. To add the church as a payee, please request the church’s banking information via email.


Send to offerings@churchincollegestation.org.

Add any designations in the notes.

Debit or Credit Card

Use the Donate button below, enter the amount, then click “Donate with a Debit or Credit Card”. Click on “Notes” to write in a designation.

If you have a PayPal account, you may set up monthly-recurring general donations with this button. Check the “Make this a monthly donation” box.

(PayPal will handle the card processing.)


Place cash in the offering box. Envelopes are available on which you may write any designations.


Make your check payable to THE CHURCH IN COLLEGE STATION. In the ‘Memo’ area of the check, you may designate how the funds may be used. All checks may be placed in the offering box or mailed to:
The church in College Station
P.O. Box 12057
College Station, TX 77842-2057

Important Note about Designations

Any designations respective to donations are only suggestions; the funds are dispersed according to the decision of a discretionary body—the elders of the church and/or the board of trustees. As per IRS rules, your offering cannot be designated to any individual person. Designating an offering to a specific person, by name, violates IRS rules, and such an offering will be returned to the donor.