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Adventist Giving

Adventist Giving allows you to return your tithe and give your offerings online while you do your online banking, are on a long business trip, on vacation, or even if you are unable to attend church due to an illness. You may consult our online offering schedule to learn about the designated offering for any week in the current calendar year.

Please be aware of the importance of using the Adventist Giving link that was specifically created for your church. Nearly 100 Florida Conference churches (listed below, with their Adventist Giving links) are participating. If your church is not among them, continue returning your tithes and offerings to your church in the usual manner, and talk to your local church leaders about enrolling in Adventist Giving.

Adventist Giving – Florida Conference Church

Use Florida Conference’s Adventist Giving link if you are a member of the Florida Conference Church or otherwise have a specific need to submit tithes or offerings directly to the Conference.

All others who are members of participating Adventist Giving churches should use the respective links:

Special Gifts

Florida Conference promotes several special offerings to which we invite members to contribute. Sign in to Adventist Giving by clicking your local church link in the list on this page. If your local church does not participate in Adventist Giving, you may use the Florida Conference Church link.

  • Florida Conference
    Worthy Student Fund

    Statistics have consistently proven that children who receive an Adventist education are much more likely to remain in the Church as adults. Contributions to the Worthy Student Fund provide tuition assistance to children who would otherwise not be able afford an Adventist education.
  • Camp Kulaqua
    Worthy Camper Fund

    In 2012, Camp Kulaqua had the privilege of inviting hundreds of children to commit their lives to Christ, resulting in 68 baptisms. Contributions to the Worthy Camper Fund help those children who otherwise would not be able to attend summer camp.