Common Questions

What are my options for giving tithes and offering to the Tabitha Baptist Church?  

We offer several convenient ways to give.  Click the “GIVE” tab above to explore physical and electronic options.

 

How can I view my contributions?

Login to your Online Giving Account to see your electronic contributions.  You may also request a hard copy of all contributions by

contacting the Tabitha Church office at (405) 427-9718 or by contacting us at onlinegiving@tabithabaptistchurch.org

 

How secure is my Online Giving Account?

An Online Giving Account and Giving VIA PayPal provide the most flexible giving options.  The use of Usernames and Passwords guarantee  all transactions are secure at all times.  In addition, Tabitha utilizes EasyTithe  and PayPal for online giving,  EasyTithe and PayPal implement multiple levels of encryption required by the Payment Card Industry (PCI), and safeguard your data.

I accidentally submitted my tithe twice.  How do I correct this error?

Please email us at onlinegiving@tabithabaptistchurch.org or call our church office at 405-427-9718.  Tabitha’s office hours are

 

Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 3:00pm.

 

I paid my tithe and my account was debited more than once.  How do I correct this error?

We apologize for the inconvenience.  Please email us at onlinegiving@tabithabaptistchurch.org or call our church office at 405-427-9718.  Tabitha’s office hours are Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 3:00pm.  Usually, refunds are deposited back in to your account within 72 hours.

Can I setup automatic giving?

An Online Giving Account provides the most popular and flexible giving options.  You may give at your convenience or schedule your donations on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly recurrence that can be easily edited by you at any time.

 

How do I know my offering is being used for Kingdom purposes?

At Tabitha Baptist Church, we have implemented systems and budgets that require your giving dollars to be allocated specifically towards Kingdom work.  There are multiple checks and balances in place that constantly monitor our systems.