Automatic Bank Payment (ACH)

Automatic payments from your bank provides you an easy way to give to the church on a scheduled basis. Scheduled transactions are automatically generated from your bank and sent to NCCA. It improves stewardship, encourages consistency, and increases our administrative effectiveness. The setup with each bank varies slightly; however the process is very similar, click here for a guide to help walk you through setting it automatic withdrawals.

Cash and Checks

Cash and checks are the most common way people give to the church. Make checks payable to “New Covenant Church of Atlanta.” If you would like your cash gifts to be reflected on your giving statement, use an offering envelope if on site or be sure to include a note if mailing your gift in, please be sure to write your name and address clearly. Unless you designate a specific fund or ministry, all gifts are directed to the General Fund, which supports our ministries. For those who prefer to mail in their gift we ask that you use our P.O. Box for safe delivery.

New Covenant Church of Atlanta
P.O. Box 98127
Atlanta, GA 30359

Matching Gifts

Many companies allow employees to make donations to charitable organizations through payroll deductions. The company often matches the gift dollar for dollar. Ask your HR, Matching Gift, or Payroll department if the company has a matching gift program. The church is listed as an approved tax-exempt organization by the I.R.S. under section 501(c)(3).

Online Giving

More and more people are choosing to give electronically. This free and convenient service makes the giving process easier. To make a one-time or reoccurring gifts online, securely using your credit or debit card through PayPal (no account required) Please click the donate button.

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Stock Gifts

If securities have been held for more than one year and are donated directly to the church, the donor is able to deduct the full fair market value of the securities and avoid paying any capital gain tax. However, if the securities are sold first and then the proceeds are given to the church, the donor still has to pay capital gain taxes to the Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.). A little planning in this area can help you take full advantage of the tax benefits allowed by the government. Please contact your financial planning company for more information.

“In Memory of…” or “In Honor of…” Tribute Gifts

We appreciate gifts that are designated for loved ones, family members, or friends. We are grateful for those who have uniquely remembered a loved one by making a gift in their memory to New Covenant Church of Atlanta. Relatives or close friends may choose to designate a gift for any established fund/ministry of the church.