We're making a change...

We are excited to announce that we are using a new giving platform called Pushpay. We have made this switch because we believe that this new system will better serve all of you who generously give to Antioch.

If you are giving for the first time, please use the Give Now button above. If you're looking to access the old payment processor for past giving information, you can use the button below.

If you have any questions, please email Jordan Perez at jperez@antiochfullerton.com and he will get back to you as soon as he can.

First Fruits

In Proverbs 3:9, we are taught to honor God with the “first fruits” of our labor. Tithing is great way of giving our “first fruits” to God.

Online Giving
Online giving simplifies the record keeping process for the church. Creating an account online will help you manage your donations and track what you have given throughout the year.

Please Note: When you allow your donation to be withdrawn directly from your checking or savings account, the church is only charged a 25 cent transaction fee. However, when you use your debit or credit card, the church is charged up to a 3.5% fee on the transaction amount, in addition to a 45 cent transaction fee. For every $1,000 given, this is an extra $35 that the church never receives. Please consider using your bank account if you have the option and are deciding between the two.

If you would like to tithe or give offering to our church via check, please make it out to “Antioch Community Church” and mail to:
P.O. Box 10337 Fullerton, CA 92838

Although we accept credit cards online, Antioch encourages you to live a debt-free lifestyle. When/if you use a credit card, we ask you to exercise integrity and only give to the church if you have cash in your bank account to cover the donation.

All gifts to Antioch Community Church are made with the understanding that the Board of Advisors has full control over these gifts. Gifts towards specific projects will be honored unless the project is fully funded or significantly altered. Then, the Board will direct the gift to a similar project or the area of greatest need.