Giving

At Cornerstone Chapel, we believe that giving financially is an obedient act of worship. It is also a way to honor God and thank Him for what He has given to us (Proverbs 3:9).

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Making HIM Known

Through your giving and generosity, Cornerstone Chapel is able to reach people around the world with the love of Jesus, and “Make HIM Known”.

Ways to give.

We have several ways to make giving easy and convenient!

Worship Services

Give by cash or check during any of our Worship services. If you give cash and would like it to be reflected on your year-end giving statement, please use an envelope and mark it with your name and address.

Mobile

Giving from your mobile phone is a fast and safe way to give at Cornerstone Chapel. Give directly from within the mobile app using the ‘Give’ button, or simply text message any dollar amount to 703-935-2600, follow the on-screen instructions, and confirm.

If you already have an online giving account on our website, donations from your mobile phone will appear in the giving statement within your account.

Online

Sign in to your account on our secure giving server using the buttons below. You can give one time, set up recurring giving, and access your current giving statements through this account.

Additional ways to give

Cornerstone Chapel will partner with The National Christian Foundation (NCF) or one of its local Christian Community Foundations (CCF) who are recognized as leaders in receiving and managing non-liquid gifts – such as real estate, business interests, restricted securities, and personal property. The Foundation and Cornerstone Chapel handle the administrative burden by selling the asset for you and allowing you to receive the full tax benefit for your gift.

A few of the types of assets Cornerstone Chapel can process for you include:

  • Real estate – land, houses or other properties
  • Restricted securities (Rule 144 & 145) – publicly traded securities that may have sale restrictions
  • Business interests – ownership in closely-held businesses, Limited Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies or Sub-chapter S corporations
  • Loan notes – money owed to you through loan notes
  • Estate gifts – proceeds from wills, trusts or life insurance policies
  • Retirement plans – 401Ks, IRAs or pension plans
  • Life insurance – term, whole, universal or variable
  • Personal property – royalties, copyrights, patents or precious metals like gold