Giving at Downtown Cornerstone

“Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” – 2 Corinthians 9:7

A vital component of growing as a follower of Jesus is understanding that all that we are, and all that we have, is ultimately from Jesus and for Jesus; including our time, talent and treasure.

The work of Downtown Cornerstone Church depends on the faithful giving of its members and those who call DCC home. DCC is a recognized non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible.

For more info or any questions you may have regarding giving, please email us at .

Give Online

If you have yet to enter into the joy of giving, you can do so by clicking below to give or set up a recurring donation.


Downtown Cornerstone uses Church Center to process all transactions, allowing donors to give securely online via credit card or ACH withdrawals. Setting up an account is not required to donate.

Give By Mail

To give by mail, make checks payable to “Downtown Cornerstone Church” and send to:

Downtown Cornerstone Church
1700 7th Ave
Suite 116 #324
Seattle, WA 98101-1323

Onward Building Campaign

By God’s grace, we have found and purchased a permanent building in downtown Seattle. We invite you to partner with us in prayerful giving to see this building renovated for, Lord willing, generations of gospel ministry. To learn more, visit our Onward campaign page.

Donor-Advised Fund Giving

DCC is a qualified and recognized 501(c3) charity (EIN 27-2567987) and is on file with most Donor-Advised Fund custodians. For more information on ways you can give via a donor advised fund, contact your custodial firm and provide them with the information found on this page.

Asset-Based Giving

For more information on ways you can give non-cash assets (Stock, Mutual Funds, Bitcoin, etc.) to maximize your contribution and minimize your tax burden, please check out our asset-based giving page.

Financial Controls

We take the stewardship of Jesus’ money very seriously. To learn more about the controls, policies, and oversight processes that serve to safeguard our funds and financial records, click here.