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Mission Church

What Are You Giving?

Ready to support your local church? Follow the link to our secure giving platform and follow the simple steps to setup what we like to call: “Automatic Faithfulness.”

Never The Same

We are currently on a 2-year generosity journey called Never The Same. Through commitments to generosity from people just like you we are funding the growth of Mission Church here in the 10!

The ABC’s

We think giving at Mission should be as easy as knowing your abc's. Well, thats just what we did.

Assess: Where is your giving at currently? Does it reflect your priorities?

Believe: Accept what God is putting on your heart.

Commit: Start your giving plan and participate in what God is doing.


Why Mission?

That is a great (and fair) question for you to ask!  Here are the reasons we believe to be most true of giving at Mission:

We are investors, not tax payers.
Giving at Mission makes you a co-investor in this crazy God given dream we have of redefining church in The 10. We don’t collect dues. We collect investments in the advancement of the kingdom of God in The 10.

We believe that God already provided generously to us; therefore, we honor God by giving back a fraction of what He has provided to us so that His kingdom may advance. 
James 1:17 states: “Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change.”

We believe that giving is what God wants for us.
Time after time again in the Bible, God reminds His people that He is aware that our hearts are tied to our wallets. Unfortunately, we are all busted! Fortunately for us, however, God’s plan is to grow us closer to Him and in faith as we increasingly trust and surrender our possessions to Him.  

Luke 6:38 has this to say: “give, and it will be given to you. Good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, will be put into your lap. For with the measure you use it will be measured back to you.”  

Proverbs 11: 24-25 further states: “One gives freely, yet grows all the richer; another withholds what he should give, and only suffers want. Whoever brings blessing will be enriched, and one who waters will himself be watered.


How Do I Give?

We have attempted to make giving at Mission available through a variety of different mediums. Here are the available options:

Online Giving: The vast majority of contributions occur online. To set-up a recurring or one-time contribution please follow this link: Start and manage my giving >

In-App: The official Mission Church app makes giving hassle free and easy to manage on the go. You can download the app by following this link: Get our app >

Text Message: By texting any dollar the number 84321 you can give in a matter of seconds! Just be sure to select or search for Mission Church during the setup process.

Mail-In: Checks payable to Mission Church can be mailed to our offices at 82 Stratford Drive, Bloomingdale, IL 60108. Please be sure to include full name(s) and address details on all checks.

On Sunday: We give back to God at any of our weekend services. You are welcome to bring your offerings then. Please be sure to include full name and address details on all checks. If donating cash, please place inside an envelope and include your full name and address.

Stocks: If you wish to give stock gifts to Mission Church by electronic transfer, please give your broker our account name, account number, and DTC number for our Charles Schwab account. The church maintains an account with Charles Schwab & Company in the name of Mission Church of Roselle. Our Schwab account number is 6261-5076 and the DTC number is 0164. The Tax ID for Mission Church of Roselle is 27-4097662. The mailing address for Mission Church is 82 Stratford Drive, Bloomingdale, IL 60108. If your broker needs any information from us, please have them contact Tommy Bowman at tommy@wearemission.com.

In order for us to best steward any stock donations, please notify us of the number of shares and the name of the stock(s) that you are transferring in advance of the transfer, or if necessary, as soon as possible thereafter. You can notify us by contacting Tommy Bowman at tommy@wearemission.com. All stock donations are made to Mission Church’s general fund, are unrestricted, and remain under the full discretion and control of Mission Church of Roselle to be directed where needed most. Your gift will be acknowledged through a non-cash contribution letter promptly upon receipt of the donation.

If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact the Mission Church office at (630) 237-4740. Thank you for your gift to God's kingdom through the ministry of Mission Church!


Who Gives?

That is another great question! Here is how we see things:

We believe that all Christians that attend Mission regularly are called to give generously in furthering the vision of our church. A solid financial footing is critical to reaching our church’s full potential in the 10. In addition, we welcome all those that do not attend Mission but wish to further support our vision to give.

Those that are still exploring Christianity, those that are still checking out Mission, and all visitors are absolutely welcome to, but not expected to, contribute financially at Mission.


What Do I Give?

The question of “Ok, so what am I supposed to give?” is probably the most common question we receive when it comes to giving. It is also a completely fair and understandable question. Therefore, we have set out to provide simple yet profound direction in this regard.   

Through our research we believe that Pastor Andy Stanley’s teaching on giving has 4 core principals that provide great guidance on how Christians should approach giving. These principals are referred to as the “4 P’s” that are listed below…


Give first. Save second. Live on the rest. This means pay God first. Make giving the #1 priority in your budget every month. This can be simplified greatly by setting up a giving schedule on-line.

Pick a percentage of your income that you will prioritize to God each month and give it consistently.

As you continue to build trust in God that your needs will be provided for, continue to challenge the percentage of your income you are prioritizing for God. We believe that this is a catalyst for growth in faith and suggest that you do this at least annually.

This means that we should be prepared to give above and beyond our normal prioritized giving when prompted by the Holy Spirit.


The follow-up question we naturally then receive is, “Ok, but what percentage of my income am I to prioritize?” This is also a fair question.

Biblical scripture on tithing teaches us 10% as a target. We suggest that you begin there to gauge your readiness, pray and ask God for wisdom. If that is too daunting of a starting point, we suggest that you first prioritize at a lower percentage and progress as you continue to gain comfort in God’s provision. If that is not a daunting starting point, we suggest that you follow the Holy Spirit’s prompting for a good starting point. The bottom line is start somewhere and commit to having a progressive mindset on giving.

One of the questions we challenge our people with is this: “If everyone at Mission gave the percentage that you gave, would this increase our church’s impact or decrease our church’s impact?”

If you are looking for a book reference on the topic of giving, we suggest Fields of Gold > by Andy Stanley.



Are donations to Mission deductible for tax purposes?
Yes. Mission Church of Roselle is classified as a public charity by the Internal Revenue Service and is exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to Mission are therefore deductible under section 170 of the Code.

What happens to the money we give?
God provides for the ministry of Mission Church through your tithes and offerings. We honor your gifts with stewardship, ethical business practices, and full accountability so that the financial integrity of Mission Church remains above reproach.

Can I give to a specific ministry?
Every amount given to Mission Church is used to support the overall calling of Mission Church; therefore, gifts cannot be restricted for use by a specific ministry.

Can I give stocks?
Yes. We are fully prepared to accept stock donations and have all of the information you and your broker will need.

What is the deadline for annual contributions? 
Cash contributions must be received or postmarked by December 31 to be included on your giving statement for that year. Online transactions must be initiated by December 31.

Can I donate securities through a brokerage account?
Yes. Please email giving@wearemission.com for delivery instructions.

How do I manage my giving if I'm still using FellowshipOne?
FellowshipOne (our previous giving platform) is still functioning as normal, however it is important to transition any recurring donations to our new platform Planning Center Giving > as soon as possible. Please contact us at giving@wearemission.com and we can help you get switched over in no time!

Who do I contact if I have additional questions about giving?
We desire to answer any other questions you may have. Feel free contact us at giving@wearemission.com.