Tithes and offerings


Giving is a principle taught in the scriptures, we should hold nothing back from God that includes money. Christian giving is not a bribe to God, nor an inducement for God to do something for us but as an offering for what God has done for us in Christ Jesus. God calls us to give financially not out of fear but simply out of love. God does promises to bless and take of our needs. 

where your money goes

supporting the church

The ministries and mission of CCD focus on the kingdom of God and helping transform people’s lives by drawing them closer to Jesus and further into a loving Christian community. It takes time and resources to keep the church running so we encourage parishioners to prayerfully consider what they are able to give to God’s kingdom work. 
Regular giving/tithing supports the Church’s operational costs of the various ministries, pastoral care and services provided to parishioners and the community. 
At times, such as on receiving an inheritance or job payout, people are prompted by God to give a once-off gift to the church. Others give through a bequest. 
We thank you for supporting God’s work in and through CCD. 

supporting others

At Christ Church Dingley we believe that part of our response to God’s love and generosity to us is to give to the needs of others and to the work of God in and through the church. 10% of your giving is specifically dedicated to the following local and overseas missions and organisations:

  • Nungalinya College NT
  • Bush Church Aid
  • Interserve – Cookes
  • CMS – Oois
  • Ridley College
  • Barnabas Fund
  • Korus Connect
  • Tanzania Anglican Diocese. 
In addition to the above, the below list of Aid organisations/Appeals have been supported by direct Parishioner giving over the past year:

MMA, CMS, TEAR, Farmers Drought Relief, Bushfires Appeal, Hands at Work in Africa



How to give


Account: Christ Church Dingley

BSB: 633-000

Account #: 149484024


Name: Christ Church Dingley

387 Old Dandenong Road, Dingley Village VIC 3172


via the Anglican development fund


Giving Form