When you tithe, you’re trusting God with your finances. Tithing is a biblical principle. God calls us to give the first 10% of our income back to Him. We’ve seen God provide abundantly in our church, and we know He will provide abundantly for you and your family when you put Him first in your finances. In fact, it’s the one area in the Bible where God tells you to test Him. "Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. Test me in this,” says the Lord Almighty, “and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that there will not be room enough to store it." Malachi 3:10 NIV

Your giving is changing our community!

It's impossible to out-give God, but you'll never regret trying!

God gives us good things we don’t deserve and could never earn, like grace and forgiveness. He gave the ultimate gift, His son, for our sins.

One of our core values is to be irrationally generous, and God created you with a generous spirit. We want to help you embrace it by giving beyond your tithe!

With your giving, Passion is financially benefitting these 9 local organizations:


  • New Life Pregnancy Center 


New Life provides education, free services, and practical support with a holistic and compassionate approach. They are 100% funded through the generosity of individuals, businesses, and organizations in our community. They offer pregnancy testing, limited obstetrical ultrasounds, options consultations, parenting classes, support for me, sexual health information, abortion recovery and information as well as the Maternity House.


How you can help: Donate used clothing items etc. to their thrift shop. The thrift shop provides employment to their clients, and provides a place that families can purchase necessities with their earned “care cash” from New Life. 

You can also donate formula, diapers, or other baby essentials.  

For more information visit https://www.newlifepregnancycenter.com/

  • God's Shelter of Love 

The Shelter provides crisis intervention in the form of food and clothing, advocacy and case management, financial counseling, resource referrals, pastoral care and counseling, and a consistent support system from arrival, during, and after departure from the Shelter. You can support them by donating or volunteering at their Thrift Shop, Blessingdale's. 

To learn more, visit their website https://www.godsshelteroflove.org/



  • Central Illinois Christians in Mission (CICIM)

**THE BIGGEST NEEDS CURRENTLY: 4/21/23 a carpenter, pots and pans, queen sized sheets.

CICIM provides the Decatur area with household goods at no cost to them!  

You can help by donating items such as Beds, mattresses, blankets, sheets, pillows, tables, chairs, appliances in working order, sofas, lamps, dressers, dishes, pots, pans, skillets, walkers, canes, crutches, wheel chairs and MORE!

Visit their website for more information! https://www.cicim.online/

  • The Good Samaritan Inn

With the help of their wonderful volunteers, they feed a nutritious meal in a safe environment to 150-250 people a day, 365 days a year! 

They also have their Mercy Gardens that grow fresh, local produce. There are many ways to get involved! 

-Volunteer to prepare or serve daily meals 

-Attend events 

-Support by ordering lunch for your office

-Hire them to cater an event! 

-Order their delicious DONUTS!  

-Support financially

Visit their website for more information! https://www.goodsamaritaninn.org/

Originating in 1969 as a food pantry, the Northeast Community Fund has grown into a social service organization, serving over 11,000 families each year. With the help of donors and volunteers, families are provided with basic needs, such as clothing, food, financial support and resources to move our of poverty. They also provide a mobile food pantry to those who do not have access to transportation. 

How you can get involved:

-Volunteer at the food pantry

-Organize donated items

-Cleaning/building maintenance

-Receptionist duty 

Help by donating non-perishables, monetary donations, in-season garden produce, clothing, kitchen items, bedding or small appliances. 

For more information, visit their website at https://www.northeastcommunityfund.org/