Fairfield - community - the world

We’d like to thank you for supporting and generously giving to our ministry. Without your generous gifts, we wouldn’t be able to accomplish the work that God has called us to right here in our community.

We have switched to Subsplash as our main source of giving, as it is simple and connects with FBConnect. See FAQ's below for more information.

If you'd like to give with Paypal, click here.

Our Vision for 2019

We support various missionaries located around the world, as well as local communities to continue our outreach. We aspire to spread the Word of God and bring people to Jesus as much as we can. 

2019 Budget

Online Giving FAQ

Q: Do I need to create a profile and login in order to participate in Online Giving?
A: Yes, if it is the first time you are giving through our Subsplash platform. It will automatically link to your FBConnect account and adds your gift to your yearly giving statement for tax purposes.

Q: What type of cards are accepted?
A: MasterCard, VISA, Discover or American Express debit or credit cards.

Q: What will my debit/credit card statement show?
A: It will show a transaction line item for Fairfield Baptist.

Q: Does the church have a preferred method of payment?
A: ACH/Bank draft from your bank are the preferred method of payment since this results in the lowest cost to the church, however, we are happy to accept your gift no matter which way you choose to give!

Q: How long will it take for my online gift to be reflected on my bank statement or credit card account?
A: In most cases, credit and debit card transactions should post to your credit card account or bank account within 1-2 days. 

2019
Budget vote

We will vote on the 2019 budget and the 2019 members of the Church Council on January 6. Hard copies of the budget and Church Council bios will be available from December 30th through January 6th at the Info Center, or you can view them here.

2019 Budget 

Church Council Bios

Why We Give

"In every way I’ve shown you that by laboring like this, it is necessary to help the weak and to keep in mind the words of the Lord Jesus, for He said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’ ” Acts 20:35