Online Giving

Online giving is a safe and easy way to support the ministries of FBC Charlestown.  For Weekly Online Giving please follow steps 1 & 2.  To give a one time gift for a mission trip or other event, please scroll down to “One-Time” giving

1.  If you do not already have an account set up, click below to Create a user account.

Create Your User Account

2.  If you have an account, click here for online giving


One-Time Giving (for mission trips or other events)

To give to the Ecuador Mission Trip, click on the flag below.

Ecuador flag

If this donation for Ecuador 2019 is for a specific person/family going on the mission trip, please make sure to type their name in the “note” section.

Keeping your information and contribution secure is a top priority to FBC Charlestown.

Benefits of Giving Online
There are several benefits to online giving for both you and the church:
  • First Fruits – In Proverbs 3:9 we are taught to honor the Lord with the “First Fruits” of our labor. By setting up a recurring contribution that is scheduled to come out of your account on the day you specify you can ensure that your First Fruits are given back to God.
  • Simplicity – You will not need to remember if you gave this month or send in your offering checks when you are out of town.
  • Security – Online giving is more secure than giving with a check in that an electronic gift can’t be lost or stolen.
  • No Distractions – Instead of needing to worry about writing your contribution check during the service, you can be fully engaged with the worship service, knowing that you have already given your offering.
  • Helping FBC– It is more cost effective for the church to process online contributions.  In addition, it also simplifies the financial records the church needs to keep.



Sending Hope is the theme of the 2019 Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for North American Missions.  Gifts to this offering help advance the Gospel through church plants in North America.  Additionally, gifts to this offering will help to Send Relief through the Disaster Relief ministry of the North American Mission Board.

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