Impact Lives Generously


At Hope we think about giving in four steps of growth:

Giving a tithe to your church regularly to partner with their ministry and mission efforts.
Giving to your church regularly out of gratitude for God’s faithfulness to you.
Regular giving to your church more than a tithe to experience the spiritual growth of increasing faith.
Providing self-perpetuating funds for the future through endowment, estate, or other mechanisms so that your gift becomes an investment in the faith of others.


As a church, we also show Generosity by giving 10% of General Fund offerings to Local and Global Mission partners. See our Mission page for more information about Hope’s mission partners.
It is such a blessing to see how God provides just as Paul explains in Philippians 4:19,  “And my God will meet all your needs according to the riches of His glory in Christ Jesus.”  We want to encourage you to take the next step in your giving journey. Give God a chance to be faithful to you.


Mail a Gift

Hope Church
3000 Lenhart Rd.
Springfield, IL 62711

Online Giving

Set up recurring, one-time gifts, or by crypto.

Mission Boxes

Mission boxes are located in the lobby.

Your Generosity Changes Lives

Hope Church donates 10% of the gifts we receive towards our mission partners. That means, when you give more, we give more. The best way to make a difference is through increased recurring giving. Curious about our mission partnerships? Click the button below to learn more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Your gifts change lives, by keeping Hope Church on Mission to, "help people follow Christ together for new life." This encompasses so much more than our weekend worship services. Your gift provides for staff, facilities and programming to support different groups, events, counseling and strategies to reach our community.

You can log into your giving account through the ChurchCenter app.

We will email statements to all givers in January, plus you can call the office if you want a printed copy mailed to you.

A tithe is a (10%) portion of your income given as an offering to your local church. In Hebrew the word tithe literally means tenth. Jacob's first tithe is described in Genesis 28:22 "and this stone that I have set up as a pillar will be God's house, and of all that you give me I will give you a tenth." We also see discussions of tithing in the New Testament in Luke 16 and Matthew 23. But the conversation in the New Testament is most often about generosity (I Cor 9:6-8), sacrifice (Philippians 4:18) and surrender (Matthew 6:3-4, 19-34).

Please email giving questions to Carol McCaughey at [email protected]