Giving at NorthBridge

NorthBridge Community Church relies on your prayers and financial support in order to accomplish our mission of leading people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. We strive to be good stewards and take financial accountability seriously. Here are some of the things we do to make sure the finances are handled with integrity.

  • Our elder board approves all salaries as well as the annual budget. 
  • Accounts payable and receivable are outsourced to Dime, a third-party company who ensures the finances are handled appropriately. 
  • At the end of each year, we compile an annual report, which is available to view here.

We invite you to partner with us through regular, percentage giving. In addition to the "bucket" offering that is taken during services each Sunday morning, there are a number of ways that you can do this. Learn how to partner with us through your giving by reading the different options below. Thank you for supporting NorthBridge Community Church. NorthBridge Community Church is a 501(c)(3) organization. All gifts are tax-deductible.

  • Online

    Please click here to set up a profile and give online through our safe and secure system, eGive.

  • Text to give

    1. Text the amount to  724-382-6677

    2. You will receive a reply prompting you to enter your information through eGive. (You only need to complete this step once for your first gift.) 

    3. Anytime you make a gift through TXT to Give, you will receive an immediate reply confirming your gift. Respond, “Yes” to confirm. 

    You can opt out of TXT to Give anytime through or by texting the word “unlink” to the number above.

  • MaiL

    Checks may be made to "NorthBridge Community Church" and mailed to:

    216 Mystic Pine Trail

    Cranberry TWP, PA 16066

  • Stock

    Why give stock?

    There are significant tax advantages in giving appreciated stock held for more than one year. The donor may take the full fair market value of the stock gift as a charitable deduction on his or her income taxes and neither the donor nor the church has to pay the long-term capital gains tax, which is 15% of the net appreciation of the stock. 

    The maximum deduction you may take within a given tax year is 30 percent of your adjusted gross income. If you are unable to take the entire deduction in one year, you may carry the excess deduction forward for five additional years. The long-term capital gains tax rate is reduced to 5% for those in the 10 percent tax bracket.

    How to Give Stock

    Send the following PDF file to your broker: STOCK GIFT INFO

    Your broker will provide the transfer papers to complete the transfer. 

    Contact Dime for help transferring stock.