Give to Seacoast

Giving is the primary, practical way we acknowledge that God is first (Proverbs 3:9– 10) in our lives and that everything belongs to God (Luke 6:38). Tithing and giving are responsibilities of every Christian, not just those with the gift of giving. The tithe is the first part of our income. Giving from a heart of love allows God to furnish the returns when we have given from a desire to help others and further His work.

Make a One-Time GiftSchedule a Recurring Gift

If you are having any trouble making a donation or managing your account, please see our Frequently Asked Questions.

More Ways to Give

Seacoast App

Open or download the Seacoast App to conveniently give right from your phone. Get the App

Text to Give

Simply text the number of the amount you want to give to 320320 and follow the instructions to sign up.
Message and data rates may apply.

Mail a Check

Seacoast Church
750 Long Point Road
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464


These gifts are processed safely and securely through our online giving form and immediately converted to US dollars. Give Now


Receive a tax deduction on the value of the stock, and maximize your gift by avoiding capital gains taxes. Get Started

Real Estate

Receive significant tax advantages and maximize your gift by avoiding capital gains taxes. Get Started

Estate Planning

Set up a well-designed estate plan to save on probate taxes and leave a legacy gift to the church. Get Started

Vehicles or Boats

We generally accept these with some conditions, and you will recieve a tax deduction for your gift. Get Started

Other Valuables

Have any assets of monetary value you’d like to give? Feel free to contact us with any questions. Get Started

Frequently Asked Questions

Use the Reset Account link located on the bottom of the sign-in page. Once you enter the email address associated with your account, you will receive a link to create a new password.
Sign into your account to select “My Account” found on the top left. Once you enter the new email address and select “Save user record” at the bottom.
To update or correct your mailing address, please Sign into your account by selecting “Select My Account” found on the left. Proceed down the page to update address. Select “Save User Record” at the bottom.
Sign into your account and select My Giving from the dashboard menu on the left. Locate the recurring gift under “My Recurring Giving” heading and click edit. Scroll to bottom and select “Cancel Recurring Payment”
Sign into your account “My Account” found on the left and select My Recurring Giving from the dashboard menu. There will be a list of current Recurring. If no recurring gifts are listed, that means all recurring giving has stopped.
Sign into your account and select My Giving from the dashboard menu on the left. Locate Payment methods. To change the card information, select the card’s last four digits in the “Card” column, edit the card information, and select “Update Payment” to save the changes. To make a change on a recurring gift, select Edit. From here you can change the amount and the payment method.
Sign into your account and select “My Giving” found in the top right corner and select My Giving from the dashboard menu on the left. Cash and check gifts will be shown on this page. For non-cash related gifts, such as stocks, please reach out to . For more giving related questions please visit the Giving FAQ page. Please note the My Statement page will always be a couple weeks behind.
Statements are emailed every year on January 31 so it’s important to keep your email up to date. If you have not received a statement by the end of January, please contact the Accounting Department at


Financial integrity is of the utmost importance to us. Seacoast Church is accredited by the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, which requires high standards of biblical accountability, board governance, financial transparency, integrity in fund raising, and proper use of charity resources. We also undergo a comprehensive external audit each year.

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