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How to Modify Recurring Giving
Looking to modify your recurring giving? If you have access to Breeze and your gift was not future dated you can see and manage your recurring gift. If you future dated the start date of a recurring gift, you will need to reach out to an admin at the church and ask them to make changes.
There are two options for managing a recurring gift.
The first option is to click on the link at the bottom of your recurring gift receipt:
Find in your email the receipt from your recurring gift.
At the bottom click the link that says "click here to manage recurring settings"
Click the button to cancel your current recurring gift.
Set up a new recurring gift on the next screen by inputting your information for the new recurring gift by including your desired amount, frequency, and payment method.
The second option is through accessing Breeze:
Log into Breeze
Click on the "Give Now" > "Recurring Gifts" (on the left) or from the dashboard select "Manage Recurring Giving"
Click "change" next to the recurring gift you wish to update
Click "Show More Options"
Make desired changes to your recurring gift
Add or remove Donor covered fees
(Check to add $X.XX to cover the processing fee or deselect to stop covering the fee)
Use this to adjust the frequency of the recurring gift.
Use this to change the date of the next time your recurring gift should process.
Use this to change the fund that you are giving to
Section, use this to Update or change the Payment Method of the recurring gift select change to make adjustments.
Click "Save Changes"
Text to Give (safe & convenient)
Text amount to (859) 927-6995 (Simply text the amount you'd like to give to this number. First time givers will be prompted to provide their payment method via a secure web page.)
Detailed Giving Statements are sent to folks @ Walton Christian Church who are active in giving.
Thanks for Your Investment!
It's a great question. Here are some reasons why we do:
1) Because God owns everything. (James 1:17)
2) Giving money is an act of faith in God's promises. (Matthew 6:19-21)
3) The Bible sets the tithe as the cornerstone of financial giving.
(Luke 11:42 & Malachi 3:10)
4) As we give, we become tangible partners in God's action. (Matthew 6:21)
5) Giving is a way to grow into Christ. (Luke 19:1-10)