SEE WHAT GOD CAN DO THROUGH YOUR GENEROSITY.
Giving is intended to be an act of worship. It an opportunity to respond to God’s abundant grace and glory. God is generous and meets the needs of His people, both physically and spiritually. Giving is a great opportunity for us to give back to God for all he has done for us. Not only because we’re called to but also because it’s a joy to do so. Just as Jesus was extravagant in how he gave his life, so too, let us as Christ’s followers be extravagant in our giving back to Him.
For direct transfer of funds, here are our banking details:
Name: King of Kings Baptist
Branch: Fish Hoek
Branch Code: 632005
Account Number: 1012604889
Swift Code: ABSAZAJJ
CREDIT CARD PAYMENT
When completing the “Reference Number” block, simply enter in your giving reference allocation. For example: ‘Tithe’ or ‘Offering’. This will ensure that the funds will be allocated to the correct account.
STEP 1: Save the following below as a contact on your phone, and name it as a King of Kings Giving contact: 060 070 2753
STEP 2: Start a conversation in WhatsApp and send the short code: “King” in your chat. Then click on the link and register.
STEP 3: Once you’re registered remember that you have 2 fund options: ‘KING GIVE’ – Tithe or Offering fund, or, ‘KING BLESS’ – Blessing fund. Simply type the code and the amount you want to give: EG: ‘KING GIVE R100’
IT’S THAT EASY AND IT’S COMPLETELY SAFE AND SECURE
OTHER AREAS TO GIVE INTO
BLESSING FUND: The Blessing fund is used to help certain needs within our church family and in our valley. If you want to give into this fund, simply include the reference: ‘Blessing’. We will be using the Blessing fund to help people during the COVID crisis as well.
FAITH PROMISE GIVING: Faith Promise Giving is a faith-based method of giving that goes towards supporting our various missionaries. If you feel led to give into this, we recommend that you ask God to lay either a monthly amount on your heart as a debit order, or as a once-off amount. Simple include the reference: ‘Faith Promise’.