Financial Info

Online Giving

Online giving is available on your phone or computer. Go to

Online Giving Account Management

If you need to make changes to your online recurring gift, login to your account, here.

If you give via Automatic Bank ACH, email Lindsay Ross/Jennifer Brackney to make any changes.

Special note for bank account and credit/debit card account changes (for online giving): If you need to update your account information, you must change your account in two places; first under the “My Settings” tab, “payment methods”, and second under the “My Settings” tab, “recurring payments”, then click “edit” and correct the account information in the giving form. Make sure to save the form all the way through until you see the notification (at the top of the page) that your changes have been successfully applied.

To update your email address, mailing address, phone number, or family information, please email Lindsay Ross/Jennifer Brackney.  Changes made to your online giving profile do not sync to our system.

Budget Worksheet

One of the most difficult parts of getting a handle on your finances is creating a plan. Flatirons has created a budget worksheet to help you get started with your plan. Download the budget worksheet. (Requires Microsoft Excel or compatible spreadsheet software.)

If you need help in setting up a spending plan/budget, please consider attending one of Flatirons’ financial workshops or give the Church’s CFO, Michael Koehn, a call. Giving should be a priority in all our lives and a way to bring glory to God, not another way to add stress to our lives and drive us deeper into debt.

Planned Giving

Whether supported through an outright gift or planned gift, Flatirons Community Church and its programs are made possible through the generosity and commitment of its attendees and supporters. A planned gift to Flatirons Community Church helps to carry out its mission of reaching lost and broken people, while at the same time, furthering your financial goals.

What are planned gifts? Planned gifts might generally be described as thoughtful gifts of assets, oftentimes over and above what might be donated on a weekly or regular basis. Such gifts often include significant tax-planning and tax-saving opportunities and may necessitate the coordination of your legal and tax advisors.

Planned gifts traditionally encompass several major strategies:

  • Appreciated Assets
  • Bequests (Wills)
  • Life Insurance
  • Charitable Trusts
  • Retirement Assets
  • Life Estates

Read more about these important gift options by downloading our Planned Giving Guide.