Ways to Give

Supporting your church with your time, talent and treasure…

Simply put, Ox Hill Baptist Church could not exist without people like you who give of your time, talent and treasure. Thank you for sharing the vision of what God is doing at Ox Hill. 

When it comes to giving your treasure, there are a number of ways you can give financially to the mission of the church. 

Ways to Contribute to Ox Hill Baptist Church

Online Giving 
Contributions can be made securely online by clicking the “Contribute Now” button below. You may set up a contribution using your bank account information or by using your debit card. You will not be charged a fee for this service, but the church will. If you would like to offset this fee, please feel free to add $3 to your contribution. 


Checks, Cash or Money Orders
There are three ways to contribute checks, cash or money orders: 
Place your gift in the offering plate during the Sunday morning worship service 
Drop off your gift at the Ox Hill office during normal office hours 
Mail your gift to the church:
Ox Hill Baptist Church
P.O. Box 220536
Chantilly, VA 20153 

Bill Pay (Preauthorized Payments)
This is a service most banks provide where you can have your contribution transferred from your checking or savings account to Ox Hill Baptist Church at a set time each month or when you determine. To use this service, please set-up your Bill Pay payee through your bank’s web site and send your gift to:
Ox Hill Baptist Church
PO Box 220536
Chantilly, VA 20153  

Stocks and Mutual Funds
If your securities have increased in value since you purchased them, it may be beneficial for 
you to donate the securities directly to the church. 

Benefits When Securities Have Increased In Value 

  1. When you donate your securities that have appreciated in value, you do not have to pay 
    federal or state tax on the capital gains. 
  2. You deduct the full market value of the securities from your income taxes. 
    **Important** In order to take advantage of this benefit, appreciated securities must be 
    held for over one year. Please note that tax laws constantly change, and before taking any action, 
    it is advised to check with your tax advisor. 
  3. You are making a donation that is higher in value than what you initially paid.

For information or help donating securities, please contact Kim Gould

Gifts through Estate Planning 
Many people like to include their church in their estate planning as a way of continuing to giveYou can 
name the church as a beneficiary on life insurance policies or retirement accounts. You may also 
want to consider including the church in your will as a recipient of other assets. 

Consult your financial advisor and/or estate planning attorney for more details.