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"Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change." –James 1:17

At Evanston Bible Fellowship, we believe that all of life is an act of worship in response to what God has done for us through Jesus. One of the ways we worship God is through investment. The Christian is called to invest their time, talents, and resources for the sake of Jesus and his Church. God is the maker of all things and has given us all we have. Giving back to him acts as a symbol of our love for God and sole dependence on him for our needs.

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Ways to Give

You Can Give to EBF in Many Different Ways.

During a Worship Service
Cash or checks can be given during any of our Sunday worship services.

By Mail
Checks can be mailed to our office at 611 South Boulevard, Evanston, IL 60202.

By Automatic Bill Pay
Automatic bill pay is a great way to give regularly to Evanston Bible Fellowship. In addition, it saves EBF the transaction and processing fees associated with giving by credit card. That means 100 percent of your donation can go toward funding the vision and operation of our church. 

Online Giving
You can make a secure online donation by completeing the form below. (If you are currently in debt or have a history of debt problems, please do not use your credit card to tithe or give to the church.)

Other Ways to Give
You can also give to EBF through stock donations, estate planning, or property and real estate. Email give@ebfchurch to learn more.

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Financial Integrity

Honoring God with Your Finances

"Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, no reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver." -2 Corinthians 9:7

God is honored, not simply by how much we give, but how we steward the resources he has given to use. We encourage you to learn more about developing financial faithfulness and integrity. We recommend two different resources to get you started: Crown Financial Ministries' website and the book The Treasure Principle by Randy Alcorn.
Be an Invested Sojourner

Perhaps EBF may not be your church home for long, but we urge you to form the habit of "giving where you go" while you sojourn in Evanston. Your future church will depend on your generous giving, and you can develop that lifestyle of giving during your time here, at whatever income level you currently find yourself.

Click Here to Give Online