Donation Options

Even if we are not gathering as a community, there are still ways to give to our church as part of your worship and to contribute to our operating budget.

Here’s how:

Advent Giving Project

For details on our current Advent Giving Project, please click here. To designate your giving to this project, mark your envelopes “Advent” or select the “Advent Giving Project” on Church Center. If you are giving by Online Bank Transfer, email amber@forestgrovecc.com and ask that your most recent donation be designated to the Advent Giving Project.

Online Giving

For receipting purposes, please ensure your name and email address are correct or log in before giving.

Mail in a Cheque

If a cheque is your regular way of giving, please mail one to:

Forest Grove Community Church
502 Webster St.
Saskatoon, SK S7N3P9

Online Bank Transfers

You can give through your bank by selecting Forest Grove Community Church as a recipient in the “bill payment” part of your on-line banking.

The process is:

  • Access your bank account on-line
  • Select the bill payment option
  • Select the “add payee” option
  • Search Forest Grove Community Church, and add as a payee using your donor/envelope number as your account number / identifier
  • Make or Schedule a donation as you would a bill payment

If you do not have a donor number, please email office@forestgrovecc.com to request one.

While there is no way to designate your giving to funds other than the Operating Budget, you can always send an email to amber@forestgrovecc.com requesting your most recent donation through Online Bank Transfer go to a certain fund.

Supported Banks for Online Giving

On-Line Giving banks that Forest Grove Community Church is listed as a payee:

  • Bank of Montreal
  • Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
  • Royal Bank of Canada
  • Scotiabank
  • TD Canada Trust
  • Simplii Financial

Theology of Giving

Would you like to learn more about our theology of giving? Use the link below to read some of the key principles that guide us in this important area of discipleship.