Giving at HHBC
God does not need our money; however, He has chosen to use our financial gifts to build His Kingdom.
At Henderson Hills we believe financial giving is an act of worship, a demonstration of obedience, and an expression of gratefulness for God's generosity to us. Indeed, we are not giving God a percentage of our wealth, for God owns it all, and we are merely stewards of it. We are honoring God by returning a portion to Him of what is already His.
When giving is done with God-honoring motives, the giver and God are blessed. Giving is never to be done for self-exalting reasons but rather for God-glorifying ones.
Worshipping God through giving & faithful stewardship of God's wealth.
Giving is intentional and a reflection of God's grace and goodness. It is an act of faith to financially support the church with expectations of how God will use our gifts to build His Kingdom. Clearly, Jesus taught compassion and generosity toward the needy, and the local church is an extension of those ministry priorities. Through giving, we are partnering with Him in caring for others.
The monies you give are credited to the General Fund unless specified for the Building Fund, Missions, Benevolence Fund, or other specific ministry. The Elders and church leaders prayerfully and resourcefully allocate these funds for the extension of the Kingdom of God and the ultimate purpose of giving Him glory.
A monthly summary financial statement is available at the Information Kiosk in the Gathering.