White Fields Blog

Year End Giving Deadline

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Hello and Happy Christmas, 

As the year draws to a close and we celebrate the coming of our Lord and prepare for the New Year, many people ask about year-end gifts to the church. As an elder and treasurer of White Fields, I would like to help answer some common questions. 

Every dollar given to the church goes to serve our mission of building a passionate, engaged and spiritually healthy Christian community to bless Longmont and beyond. Your financial donations fund our work of making disciples of Jesus Christ by teaching the Word of God and engaging in the mission of God.

2018 Charitable Gifts
Your gift to White Fields Community Church will be tax deductible for 2018 if it is received by Monday, December 31, 2018. If mailing a check to White Fields, the envelope needs to be postmarked by the post office on or before Monday, December 31 in order to count for the 2018 tax year. You may donate by check through the mail, or you can donate online with a credit card or electronic check (ACH) at http://whitefieldschurch.com/give/

All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Tax law changes may affect charitable giving decisions, and this article summarizes these changes. We will be mailing contribution reports in January to aid in documenting and reporting individual gifts for 2018. We do not have a formal offering during service, and we invite our members to tithe and give as you feel led.

Feel free to contact us by phone or email to answer any additional questions.
Mailing Address:
White Fields Community Church
PO Box 1484
Longmont, CO 80502


Thank you for being a part of the White Fields community and may God bless you greatly in the coming year!

Book of the Season: Winter 2018-2019

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For the winter season of 2018-2019, our “book of the season” at White Fields is The Gospel Comes with a House Key by Rosaria Butterfield. We are pleased to be able to offer this book to you at wholesale cost ($12) a major discount compared to buying it from retailers. Pick up a copy for yourself and perhaps a few more to give as Christmas gifts.

Rosaria Butterfield describes herself an “unlikely convert” to Christianity; she came to faith through a relationship with some Christians in her community who welcomed her into their home and showed her the love of Christ, something which caught her completely off guard and challenged her to do the same for others.

In The Gospel Comes with a House Key, Rosaria discusses how hospitality and good neighboring is a key element of the gospel and a powerful tool for evangelism and discipleship. As a church that values community, we encourage everyone to pick up a copy of this book and read it this winter season as we seek to grow in this important area of Christian discipleship.

Pick up your copy at White Fields on Sunday mornings before or after service at the Welcome Table.

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