Why is the life of Jesus so powerful and distinct? He left no writings, commanded no armies, built no structures and, yet, Jesus remains the most influential person who ever lived.
Whether you’ve been at Summitview since we began in 1984 or you’re checking us out for the very first time, we’re glad you’re here. We hope the information here helps you feel at home.
Because of Jesus, we can love each other, the local church and the city of Fort Collins in ways that aren’t possible on our own.
Jesus meets us where we’re at so that we can find hope, faith and healing in him. That’s good news, no matter where you are or what your struggles are.
That never-ending rabbit hole of YouTube videos is pretty entertaining but it’s not always edifying. Jesus can satisfy your needs better than Charlie the unicorn can, anyway.
In our local church, money is very important because it's important to God. How we use our money is a form of worship. How we give matters to God. That's why, at Summitview, we don't pass a collection plate (so that our giving isn't under compulsion and so that it is done cheerfully). Giving is critical for two reasons:
1) It is a practical expression of faith in God’s presence and provision
2) The local church cannot survive without the tithing of its members
God designed it this way. If we want to see faith active and thriving, and our church well-supplied for its mission to the world, we cannot ignore God’s call to return to him a tenth of what he has given to us (see 2 Corinthians 8:1-5 and Malachi 3:6-12). For more about what the Bible says about giving, check out Randy Alcorn's booklet. Instructions on how to give online are also below.
Instructions for online giving are below. To give online, you must have an inFellowship account. If you already have an inFellowship account, select the giving method you prefer below. If you don’t yet have an inFellowship profile, click here to create your account, then select your preferred giving method below.
Yes, you can specify whether you want your contribution made once, weekly, twice per month, or monthly. You can set up as many scheduled contributions as you prefer.
Yes, you will receive a year-end contribution statement in January. You can choose to have it mailed to your address or e-mailed to you. You can also login to your inFellowship account at any time and check your giving record for this or past years.
You can edit or delete a scheduled contribution at any time including the bank routing number, account number, date, fund, frequency and amount.
Yes, you can edit your automated giving at any point.
Email Tim Carr (email@example.com) or call 970.530.1000 ext. 223
Yes, once you set up your inFellowship account, you can give once, as often as you'd like, or set up an automated schedule.
No. There is no charge to you to give online.
The Bible says in Romans 13:8, "Owe nothing to anyone except to love one another; for he who loves his neighbor has fulfilled the law." We very strongly discourage anyone with a history of credit card debt from exercising this option. Debit cards can be another alternative that allows you to give electronically by withdrawing money directly out of your checking account.
Your information is held securely by the Fellowship One system. This information will remain private and will never be given away to third parties, other than to process your scheduled contributions and/or payments.
You can schedule new contributions and/or payments (transactions) at any time and can modify or cancel those transactions at any time prior to the date they are scheduled. Once the transaction has been processed, however, it cannot be cancelled. If you have any problems or questions related to this, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.