Most churches rely on tithes and offerings to continue sharing the gospel, building disciples, and having a positive impact on their local communities. Yet the unpredictability of incoming donations and seasonal giving fluctuations often make it difficult to plan ahead or balance church budgets

For example, attendance often decreases in the summer due to vacations and summer activities, making it easier to forget to give tithes and offerings. On the other hand, churches often see a spike in donations at the end of the year as people rush to make their final tax-deductible contributions.

So, what’s the best way to ensure your community doesn’t miss an opportunity to faithfully give? Top online giving platforms, like Subsplash Giving, offer “recurring giving”—a feature allowing donors to pre-schedule their tithes and gifts while also helping churches more accurately forecast upcoming donations. 

Let’s take a deeper look at how recurring giving works, and go over the six main reasons your church should offer it. This post was originally posted on the Subsplash blog. To continue reading the full original blog post, visit 6 reasons why every church needs recurring giving, to learn more!

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