Give Online

You can make one-time or recurring donations to MBC via our online portal, using your credit or debit card, or direct withdrawal from your checking account.


Thank you for your gift to God's kingdom through the ministry of Millington Baptist Church.

 

Check or cash
Make your check payable to Millington Baptist Church and put checks or cash in a giving envelope then place it in the offering plate on Sunday morning. You may also mail checks to the address below. Do not mail cash.

Millington Baptist Church
520 King George Road, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920

Text to give **New**
Simply text “MBCNJ” to 73256 & follow instructions. Once you set up an account, you will only need to text MBCNJ and the amount. 

Online giving – Click on Give link above
Online giving enables you to create/edit one-time or recurring gifts, allocate to a specific fund, and view your giving history. MBC pays 2.5% to 3.5% of merchant fees for each credit/debit card gift and .5% for electronic checks. Please consider using electronic check from savings or checking accounts when possible.  

Your bank’s Online Bill Pay
Most banks give you the ability to set up automatic monthly payments online. You can set this option up in the Online Bill Pay section of your online bank account. 

Stock/Mutual fund contribution
Giving appreciated stock you’ve held for more than a year is better than
giving cash. If you donate stock that has increased in value since you bought it more than a year ago, you can take a charitable deduction for the stock’s fair market value on the day you give it away without having to ever pay
taxes on the increase in value of the stock. You should check with a tax
professional before initiating any transfer of securities. If you would like to
donate securities to MBC, please contact Carol Hensley (chensley@millingtonbaptist.org).

Legacy Giving
With the help of an advisor, you can include language in your will or trust
specifying a gift to be made to Millington Baptist Church as part of your estate plan. This allows you to leave a lasting legacy while also benefiting from an estate tax charitable deduction and lower tax burden.