We are called to give generously as a form of worship, and we want to show God our love for Him through our tithes and offerings. He has blessed us, and we want to bless Him and glorify Him in return.

The Bible calls us to give our best to God and He will bless the rest. In honor of this, we tithe.


We are excited that we now offer easy on-line giving. Simply click the link above to get started.


Now, you can also use your cell phone to 'Text-to-Give!' An even easier way to tithe!

Simply text any amount to 84321 and follow instructions to set-up your account. You only have to set-up your account once! After that, you only have to text to GIVE!


  • You can set-up recurring payments
  • Access your saved information
  • View reports of your activity or print a statement
  • Pay using a debit/credit card or bank account

  • and... discover how quick and easy both on-line and TEXT to GIVE can be!


DONATE to HURRICANE HARVEY RELIEF through the FWC Hope Fund and Terry Teykl's Ministry, Renewel Ministries, on the ground in Houston. We are teaming up with Terry to get funds to those in need now and in the future. Click HERE to donate to the FWC HOPE FUND.

You can also TEXT 84321 [$$ TO HOPE FUND]* to donate to the HOPE FUND for TEXAS.

*It must say 'TO HOPE FUND' to be designated TO HOPE FUND to be directed to the Hurricane relief fund.


Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund

Salvation Army

Samaritan's Purse



NC East District Superintendent, Pastor Jonathan is currently working with Wesleyan Christian Academy in High Point in a joint effort to fill a shipping container with much needed supplies to send to Puerto Rico. The Puerto Rico Se Levante - Rise Up Puerto Rico shipping container will be located at:


Wesleyan Christian Academy

1917 N. Centennial Street

High Point, NC 27262


Saturday, Oct. 14th, from 10am-2pm

Monday - Wednesday the 16th - 18th

from 7:30am-5pm


We invite everyone to collect supplies and make donations. We especially ask those within our network of churches to join us in this much needed effort. The container will be delivered to The Wesleyan Academy in Guaynabo, PR where our Wesleyan family can distribute them to where the need is the greatest. 


We would like to fill the container with:


Large plastic bins, tarps, cases of water, batteries (especially "D and C"), flashlights, brooms, large trash bags, rubber gloves, dust face mask, solar lights, bug repellent, shovels, 5 gallon buckets, any kind of "just add water" food packets, all kinds of school supplies. Below is a link that will allow you to gain a better perspective of the need that exists in Puerto Rico.

Here's the link: