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Stewardship as a lifestyle


The Bible describes believers as “stewards” and managers of someone else’s possessions.  That “someone else” is actually God Himself.  He gives us all we receive and we have nothing that was not first entrusted to us.  All that we have or hope to have comes from Him.  We joyfully and sacrificially give, keeping in mind God’s wonderful gifts to us.

How do I give?


Here at Grace Baptist there are several safe and secure methods of giving our tithes and offerings.


  • Weekend services: Simply place cash or checks in the offering basket during the service.  If giving cash, be sure to include your name on the giving envelope, so that donation credit may be provided for tax purposes.


  • Through your bank: Simply add our church to your Bill Pay page and give any amount exactly like you would pay a bill.  You can tell your bank to give a recurring gift every week or month, or you can give a one-time gift.  This is a safe and secure way to donate.  This option helps individuals and families remain faithful in their giving even when they are out of town or unable to attend a weekend service.


  • By mail: Mail your donation to Grace Baptist Church at 19765 Grace Way, Sonora, CA 95370.  Please do not send cash.

Other ways to support the ministry

Can I give through estate planning?

Please see Pastor Kevin if you are intrested in giving through estate planning.

Can I give while making day to day purchases? When you shop at, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to Grace Baptist Church.


To get started go to and select Grace Baptist Church of Mono Vista as your charitable organization.


For more information visit

Can I give through recyclables?

Yes. We have an account at Cal Sierra Recycling on Camage Ave. Simply give them our name when you drop off your recyclables, and they will credit our account. We also have a small drop-off area on our church property for aluminum cans and plastic bottles.

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