As believers, it is important that we know what the Bible says about tithing. Tithing is more than giving. The word "tithe" literally means tenth or 10%. Tithing, or giving ten percent of your income, isn't merely giving something to God. It is giving back what was His to begin with. The Bible teaches that tithing is a reminder that God is the supplier of everything. He doesn't need our money; God wants what our money represents: our priorities, passions, and purposes. Through tithing, we remember that God is first in our lives.

At FBC Fayetteville, we provide several simple options for you as you faithfully give to the Lord.

  • Cash or checks can be given during Sunday School or placed in the offering plate during morning worship.
  • Mail checks to First Baptist Church, PO Box 1324, Fayetteville, AR 72702.
  • Give through your bank's online banking product.
  • Give online here. To give online, click the button below and follow the instructions.

Thank you in advance for your expression of generosity and faithfulness.

Online Giving

While FBC now offers electronic giving using credit and debit cards, we teach debt free giving. This service is offered as a convenience to our members and guests and in no way is meant to encourage giving through debt.

First time online givers:

Click either the Recurring Giving or One-Time Giving button, and create your profile. If you would like to designate a One-Time Gift to a specific person or ministry, reply to the confirmation email with that information.  Please follow the instructions provided at the site.

If you have already created your profile and wish to make an online donation, simply click the appropriate button for your contribution to be taken to the donation page.

Your gift helps further the impact of the ministries of FBC Fayetteville. It is made with the understanding that FBC has complete control and administration over the use of the funds. Please be assured the stewardship of your gift is a sacred responsibility and every effort will be made to honor your preferences. In the unlikely event that circumstances prohibit the use of your gift for your preference, it will be used for a similar purpose or intent.