Your generosity makes a difference at WCC at beyond!

We accept gifts and contributions online in the form of online checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and debit cards. Three ways to give.

Through PushPay

It is a very easy process, whether you are making a one time gift, or setting up a recurring contribution. Login is optional.

Online Portal

You’ll be able to making a one time gift or setting up a recurring contribution. Plus, you can view your year-to-date giving statements. Login is required. If you do not have a login, click Sign Up.

Via Mail

If giving by check, please make your check payable to West Cobb Church and mail to:
West Cobb Church
Attn: Accounting Dept.
1245 Villa Rica Rd SW
Marietta, GA 30064

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Our Be Hope initiative for December is the Crazy Christmas Offering. As we buy gifts for other people, we want our largest, most extravagant gift to go to Jesus this Christmas. So, this year we will be receiving this Crazy Christmas Offering given “above and beyond” our regular giving to impact three worthy causes that would otherwise go unfunded; Next Generation, Local & Global Missions & Obstacle & Opportunities.

Bring your ‘first and best gift’ on December 3rd or give online today.

Crazy Christmas Offering FAQ

When is the offering?

The West Cobb Church family will have an opportunity to give our biggest and best gift on Sunday, December 3rd. The offering will remain open throughout December to give everyone a chance to participate.

How do I decide how much to give?

The challenge is to prayerfully decide how much God is leading you to give, and then to give that amount. God certainly knows how to speak to His people, and you are certainly free to follow His leadership, whatever that may mean. Our church trusts each other in these matters. 2 Corinthians 9:7 says, “Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.”

Do I continue to give my regular tithes and offerings in December?

Yes! The Crazy Christmas Offering is above and beyond your regular giving. Thank you for your ongoing generosity to God’s work at West Cobb throughout the year.

I gave to the ‘I Love My Church’ Offering in June. Should I give again?

You definitely have another opportunity to make an unusual difference. West Cobb responded to the invitation to give in the summer with tremendous generosity. Those dollars were put into action, both in transforming lives and in transforming parts of our building. The good news is that the opportunities to impact lives are greater than ever, and God has put our church family in a strategic location for a reason. That’s exciting! And we have a great facility that still has areas with needed upgrades. They have been well-used in the past and we are preparing them for even greater use in the days ahead.

Can I find out more specifically where the offering will go?

Of course! Contact Lance Taylor at lance.t@westcobbchurch.com or Paige Long at paige.l@westcobbchurch.com and we’ll be glad to answer any questions we can.

Can I give online?

Yes. When you give online, simply select ”Crazy Christmas Offering” under the drop-down menu. Likewise, you can use your bank’s online payment option to send a check directly to the church office. Simply mark in the memo area that your gift is for the “Crazy Christmas offering.”

Are my gifts tax-deductible?

All gifts to West Cobb Church, whether a part of your regular tithes and offerings or to the Crazy Christmas Offering, are completely tax-deductible for the year in which they are given. Be sure to include your name and address.

Will we get updates along the way?

Yes, we will be updated on our giving progress through Sunday services and our weekly email updates called Str8Talk. If you are not receiving these important updates, contact Joy Drake at joy.d@westcobbchurch.com.

What if we raise more or less than the goal?

As with all giving at West Cobb, we trust God. Our staff, in communication with our Leadership Team and Finance Team, will prayerfully adjust to the resources God provides. More resources means more needs can be met, and more lives can be changed. Fewer resources means that some opportunities will need to wait until later. Again, we trust God either way.

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