How Do I Give?

To give online, click the green button and follow the simple prompts.

You can also give by mailing a check to the church (P.O. Box 258, Loami, IL 62661).

Our recommendation is that you give from a bank account instead of with a credit card. Giving from your bank account is absolutely free for both you and the church (no fees, no taxes, no tricks).

Responsible Stewardship

We believe that God has called each and every one of us to faithfully support the mission of Christ with our entire lives. That means stewarding the resources (time, energy, money, skills, etc.) He has given us for the good of His Kingdom.

As a church, we seek to honor your giving by keeping detailed financial records and making those available to anyone at request. We also have multiple layers of accountability in place so that we are always confident in the integrity of those handling the finances of the church. We are also careful to engage in ethical business practices and mission-driven decision making so that the financial integrity of Loami Christian Church remains above reproach.

Is Online Giving Secure?

Yes! For Three Reasons...

  • Our digital giving platform, Rebelgive, uses 256-bit encryption (which is the same level as every major bank) and our GivingFlows use secure tokens so that givers' information is protected. In layman's terms, Rebelgive is compliant with the strictest standards governing the processing of electronic payments.
  • Plaid is the service that will connect your bank account to our digital giving platform. When you sign in to your bank account using Plaid, you'll take advantage of their secure system which is trusted by JPMorgan Chase, Citi, American Express, Venmo, Wealthsimple and others. Don't worry--your credentials will never be made accessible to us at Loami Christian Church, to anyone at Rebelgive, or to any other linked applications. Learn more about Plaid here.
  • Lastly, giving online is often MORE secure than giving via check as checks have account numbers and routing numbers printed directly on them on display for all to see.