New Bedford Seventh-day Adventist Church

Where Every Member Is a Minister


God's people are to grow in every aspect of life, including financially. Through sound stewardship principles we can become wise, especially as they relate to the spirituality of money management in postmodern culture.  By this, in all aspects of life we one day hope to hear "Well done though good and faithful servant," (Matt 25:23) from our Lord Jesus Christ.


AdventistGiving allows you to return your tithe and give your offerings online while you do your online banking, are on a long business trip, on vacation, or even if you are unable to attend church due to an illness or any other reason that keeps you from attending the Church. There is a way for individuals to return tithe and offerings to their local church from any computer or mobile device.  There is a AdventistGiving app that is available in the Apple or Google Play app stores. (AppleGoogle Play).

But most important of all, if you desire to give back to the Lord all of your firstfruits as soon as you have them, you can do it immediately through AdventistGiving.

New BEDFord seventh-day adventist Church DIRECT LINK

The New Bedford Seventh-day Adventist Church has the option for you to submit your tithe and offerings Online through AdventistGiving. To directly go to our portal click this link:


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Information is Secure

AdventistGiving and associated apps are written by denominationally employed IT Professionals of the North American Division IT Services Department, or by contractors supervised by NAD IT Services.  AdventistGiving is entirely supported by NAD ITS.

AdventistGiving maintains the highest levels of security and is monitored regularly. We recognize the sacredness of the tithe dollar (Lev. 27:30), and we employ the strictest standards to protect both the tithe dollar given, as well as the donor. Security is paramount. The AdventistGiving platform has never been compromised, and donor’s data has never been breached.

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