Online Giving Profile.         One-time Giving Link

Use Online Giving Profile for ACH giving (lower fees for the church) and to setup re-occurring giving.

Or Mail checks to Cross Point Perry, 645 Perry Parkway, Perry, GA 31069


“For God loved the world in this way: He gave His One and Only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him will not perish but have eternal life.” John 3:16

Tithing Is More Than Giving

The word “tithe” literally means a tenth or 10%. Tithing, or giving ten percent of our income, isn’t merely giving something to God. It’s giving back what was His to begin with. All that we have, or hope to have, comes from Him. The Bible says that tithing is a reminder that God is the supplier all of your needs. It teaches us to always put God first in our lives.

The “tithe” is to be given to our General Giving, while your offerings, those gifts over and above your tithe, should go to World Missions Offering, Impact-Debt Reduction, and/or Benevolence.


Thank you for your willingness to support Cross Point through online giving. In order to have access to all of the giving options and tools, it is best to login into Church Community Builder. If you have not already created a login, click the sign up link, and follow the prompts. An activation link will be emailed to you when the account is ready.

Once logged in, select Give on the lefthand side of the page. From here you can create a one-time gift or a reoccurring gift. Note: Both credit/debit card giving and ACH giving (checking account) is available, however the processing fees charged to the church are significantly reduced when giving is done through ACH.

In addition to allowing you to give online, you can check your contribution status before end of the year statements are issued.

If you prefer to give a one-time gift without creating a login, you can do so here, however ACH giving will not be accessible.

Remember you can also use these links to give towards our General Giving as well as our World Missions Offering, Impact-Debt Reduction, and Benevolence.