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.
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Simply text the number of the amount you want to give to 320320 and follow the instructions to sign up.
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750 Long Point Road
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
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Frequently Asked Questions
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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