Thank you for your desire to worship God through giving your tithes, gifts and offerings to the ministry of Harvest Bible Chapel Rochester. It is truly a humbling honor to be trusted with the resources. It is our prayer each and every Sunday that God will take the offerings being given, to fulfill the biblical promises He has given to the giver, to bless the gifts and multiply them, and to use the gifts to advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ in Rochester, across our state, across the country, and around the world.

Thank you for partnering with us.

Ways To Give

In Person

On Sundays you can give by cash or check by placing it in the available offering box.

Online or Text-to-Give

You can make a one-time gift or schedule a recurring gift with ease through our online system.

By Mail

Checks can be mailed to:
465 Blossom Rd Suite B
Rochester, NY 14610

For your convenience and simplicity, Harvest Bible Chapel Rochester offers the ability to give online. Recurring gifts can be set-up so you can easily practice automatic faithfulness.

Your information is held securely by Planning Center and the transaction is processed through Stripe. This information will remain private and will never be given away to third parties, other than to process your scheduled contributions. With your PC account, you can schedule recurring giving and modify your personal details and giving amount at any time prior to the date it is scheduled. If you have any problems or questions related to this, please contact us.



God Owns it All   (Psalms 24:1-2)

God is the rightful owner of all I have. He trusts me to steward what belongs to him in a way that reflects his priorities and demonstrates wisdom and faith.  Since it all belongs to him, I need to submit to the giving principals laid out in his word.

Giving is to be done with a Grateful Heart   (2 Corinthians 9:7)

God asks that we give out of loving and thankful hearts for all that He has done for us.

Giving is an act of Worship   (Romans 12:1)

We include the collecting of tithes and offerings in the weekend service as a visible reminder that giving is an act of worship.