Your financial gifts help share the good news of Jesus Christ at home and across the world.
Budget Allocation
  1. Global Ministries - Carrying out the Great Commission through mission action in the community, nation and world.
  2. Worship & Arts - Leading believers in worship and presenting the Gospel through music, drama and art.
  3. Program & Education - Equipping, training and discipling people through events, activities, sports, and age-specific programming.
  4. Pastoral Care - Helping people find direction, care and support from the person of Jesus as well as 24-hour prayer support.
  5. Pastoral Development - Investing in the spiritual development of church leadership.
  6. Administration & Facilities - Maintaining business operations through insurance, equipment and maintenance.
  7. Personnel - Providing for the compensation and benefits of staff.
Giving Options
  1. Online - Make a one-time contribution using your bank account or credit card. Or use automatic giving, where you choose the start date, frequency and amount.
  2. Smart Giving - Text to 28950 with the message "JFGIVE" and donation amount (ex. JFGIVE 100).
  3. Kiosks - Three giving kiosks are located on campus: one by the café, one by the recreation desk, and one by the second floor coffee station outside the Sanctuary. Follow the on-screen instructions to give.
  4. Give in person during our Sunday worship services or during the week in our business office.
  5. Give appreciated stocks and mutual funds. Contact the business office for details.
  6. Use a Charitable Gift Fund, such as Fidelity Charitable or National Christian Foundation.
  7. Give a direct charitable distribution from your Individual Retirement Account. Donors age 70 ½ or older may be able to give directly to Johnson Ferry from an IRA. Give the JFBC IRA Instruction Letter to your financial advisor to begin the process.
  8. Submit gifts by mail to 955 Johnson Ferry Rd. Marietta, GA 30068 ATTN: Business Office.

Johnson Ferry is accredited by the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), which requires high standards of biblical accountability, board governance, financial transparency, integrity in fund raising, and proper use of charity resources.