Give 2018-01-25T16:24:28+00:00

When money is right side up, it’s a tool to a generous life – helping people grow closer to God and each other.

When it’s upside down, money controls people and destroys lives. It’s the #1 cause of divorce, a top level stress contributor and common cause of suicide.

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A reflection of your heart

Matthew 6:19-20

A privilege

2 Corinthians 8:2-4,7

Faith in action

Acts 4:32-35


We encourage all who call The Ridge their church home to consider the following when it comes to giving.

Give Regularly

Stay faithful and consistent with an automatic recurring schedule. Create an account and start online giving or regularly give at our weekend services. It is one of the best ways to exercise your faith.

Percentage Give

The bible refers to 10% (tithe) as target for giving. If you’ve never given before, start low and work your way up to the tithe. If you’re already tithing, consider giving more and help our impact even more.

Financial Tools

Long term financial health honors God and reduces stress.
Use an Online Budget
Download a Budget Form
If you need help getting your finances under control consider attending a Financial Peace University class (offered a couple times a year).


Contact Kara Backes at 515.965.1737 for assistance in any of these giving options.

Give Online

Take advantage of our online giving solution and use our automation to make giving easier and more convenient.

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Cash or Check

Offering envelopes are available for donations.


Publicly traded stocks are accepted. These stocks are sold upon receipt.

Estate Planning

Plan your estate and consider a generous gift that will recognize the importance of Christian stewardship and provide funds for the Kingdom of God.


Text “TheRidge” and the amount you want to give to 73256.
Click the link.
Complete your gift.
You will need to complete all your information the first time but it will be saved for later gifts. 


Click here for Mobile and Online Giving Instructions.


The Ridge is accredited by the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability