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Giving is one of the great privileges that God has blessed His people with. It is an act of worship where we surrender back to God what we recognize is rightfully His - it was never really ours, we were just given responsibility and management of His resources.

Giving is worship when we consciously recognize His ownership of what we are giving and our dependence upon Him to help us live on what we haven't given.

At Northside, the regular, consistent giving of the members and regular attenders of Northside Baptist Church supports the regular ministries of the church including our Oureach ministries (local evangelism and global missions).

Part of every gift goes to staff salaries; facility expenses; children, youth and adult ministries; our Benevolence ministry (food pantry and clothing closet); and our Missions ministry (over 40 missionaries).

If you are struggling to give because your finances are in less than stellar shape, please consider taking one of our Bible Studies on sound, Biblical, financial principles for your home or business.

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NBC can accept online giving through NBCity - a private online community just for NBC. You can either give as a guest or as a member (requires your login id and password).


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Other Ways to Give


Shop through, choose Northside as your charity, and we receive a percentage of every dollar you spend.



Register with iGive, shop online and NBC is given a commission on all of your purchases.



Use iSearch when you search the Internet and NBC is given a gift for every search you make.



Collect box tops from your different grocery items and turn them into the NCS display in the foyer for our school to get additional supplies.



Collect Campbell's soup labels and turn them into the NCS display in the foyer.



Collect used stamps off your mail, cartridges from your inkjet printer or your old cell phone and turn then into the NBC office.