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At Colorado Christian Fellowship (CCF), we want everyone to enjoy a loving relationship with the Father in a relaxed, comfortable setting. “CCF: A Place to Call Home,” is our church theme and we are here just for you. The financial support of our members and friends helps to provide and maintain a place to call home. We are grateful your donations as they support the church and all its ministries.

CCF is a tithing church. While everything belongs to God, we believe that the tithe (the first 10% of each of our incomes) should be returned to him, and through this giving, the church obtains the goals that God has set for it.

We also believe that the offering is a contribution given from time to time beyond the tithe. Rather than spending an inordinate amount of time asking for money, we teach congregants the principles of tithing and trust that each congregant will submit to this Biblical principle of financial stewardship out of his/her own obedience.

CCF is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. If you have already established a member login ID and password, you may click here to make a donation. If you are new to online giving, you must have a valid e-mail address registered with CCF. Please contact Tika Rhodes at 303.368.7105, ext. 206 or trhodes@ccfword.org to get started.

A note about financial responsibility: If you choose to give online, you may use a debit card in the same manner as a credit card; we strongly encourage the use of a debit card as a responsible cash-based alternative for anyone who is concerned about credit card debt. We accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where does my donation go?

You may designate your contribution according to your preference. Our primary options are described below:

General Operating Fund: This general fund makes possible the day-to-day ministry and services of the church. If you have questions about our annual report, you may contact the church. Upon request, we would be happy to provide a copy of the church’s annual report for our current fiscal year.

Building Campaign: CCF Village: Building a Place to Call Home Capital Campaign is the financial foundation of our relocation to our new facility. If you are fulfilling a pledge made during the campaign, you can do that in your member profile. If you did not make a pledge but would like to make a contribution, just designate the gift to the Building Fund. If you would like to know more about the campaign and how you can make an ongoing pledge to it, click here.

Will I receive a receipt?

CCF provides gift receipt statements that show donations received within the applicable time period. If you have established a member login, you can view a summary of your giving online. A full annual receipt statement is e-mailed/mailed in January for the prior calendar year. If you ever have questions about your giving records, please contact Beatrice Brewer at 303.368.7105, ext. 223 or bbrewer@ccfword.org.

Is my information kept confidential?

All personal information that CCF receives from you is kept confidential.

What accountability is in place?

The Board of Elders reviews our receipts and disbursements on a monthly basis. Probst, Dallman & Associates, PC conducts an annual audit of CCF.

Is my payment transmitted securely?

You can donate at www.ccfyourhome.org online with confidence. We have partnered with Authorize.Net, a leading payment gateway since 1996, to offer safe and secure credit card and electronic check transactions for our congregation. The Authorize.Net Payment Gateway manages the complex routing of sensitive customer information through the credit card and electronic check processing networks. The company adheres to strict industry standards for payment processing, including:

• 128-bit Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology for secure Internet Protocol (IP) transactions.

• Industry leading encryption hardware and software methods and security protocols to protect customer information.

• Compliance with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard.

For additional information regarding the privacy of your sensitive cardholder data, please read the Authorize.Net Privacy Policy (should be active link tohttp://www.authorize.net/company/policy/).

Additionally, VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover provide certain consumer protection against online fraud; see their statements for details. Finally, the issuer of your credit/debit card may offer additional protection; please check with the customer service department at the issuer (the phone number is probably on the back of your credit/debit card).

For information about other CCF policies, please click here.

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