THROUGH BANK DEPOSIT
Simply walk to the following banks and make payment toward your giving
Bank: First City Monument Bank(FCMB)
Account Name: FULGA W/HQ Cathedral Building Project
Account Number: 0648900011
Bank: Enterprise Bank
Account Name: Full Gospel Assembly W/HQ Cathedral
Account Number: 1200285095
HOW TO GIVE DIRECTLY FROM YOUR BANK ACCOUNT
Just like with the credit/debit card option, you may setup recurring contributions or do a one-time gift. Please know that you will need to perform separate transactions if you wish to give via e-check to multiple Donation funds.
TO GIVE AT THE CHURCH
Another way you can give at the church is during our worship services on Sundays and weekdays. Our offering time is able to accept gifts of cash or by checks, payable to "Full Gospel Assembly W/HQ Cathedral." Offering envelopes are available at the entrance and distributed during offering time.
TO GIVE FROM HOME
Donation from home can be made via Bill Pay. When using this method,
use the memo line to designate the fund of your gift (e.g. Tithes, Offering, Special Project, Missions, or Building
Fund). Please address the envelope as listed below:
Full Gospel Assembly, (FULGA)
Ibiono Ibom LGA
Akwa Ibom State
Where Does Your giving Go?
You have the choice of choosing which FULGA fund your contribution will impact. Unspecified gifts will be placed into the Church Ministries Fund.
Tithes and Offerings: This is the main fund used to run the church ministries and to cover all general and administration expenses of the church.
Missions Fund: supports FULGA missionaries, strategic projects, and mission initiatives around the world.
Building Fund: supports the FULGA campus by reducing existing principal, funding capital
improvements, and accruing to future loan restructuring costs. Currently we are executing a church building extension project which includes more children classrooms, a fellowship hall and an ultramodern youth facility.
Welfare Fund: supports FULGA members in financial needs or distress. Some of these funds are also used to feed the homeless or the poor in our community.