Give Online

Salt Church relies on the regular financial giving of members to continue our ministry and mission in Wollongong.

Below are 2 WAYS to give online, & 5 tips on HOW to give.


Ways to Give

Direct Deposit

You can set up a direct transfer from your bank account to the Salt Church bank account, using the details below:

Account name: Salt Church incorporated
BSB: 032 695
Account: 392 667
Reference: “Your name” or “anonymous” for all giving to making disciples in Wollongong (our General Account).


If your gift is for a specific ministry please include one of the following labels:

Next Gen’ for our Next Gen Ministry

Karina’ for Karina Brabham (CMS, France)

Geneva Push’ for church planting in Australia

MTS’ for Ministry Training Strategy apprenticeships at Salt or give a tax deductible gift here.

Give via Paypal

Use the form below to give a recurring or one-off amount. Transactions are handled by Paypal to ensure security and safety.

Select a Donation Option (AUD)

Enter Donation Amount (AUD)

Pay securely

Our New Home

Help us get a New Home in Wollongong for a flood of lifelong disciples! Please first complete the online pledge card so we can track progress towards our $1 Million target. Transfer to our dedicated New Home bank account using the details below.

Label “Our New Home” and place in the white box at 275

Account name: Salt’s New Home
BSB: 032 695
Account: 392 675
Reference: Your Name

Giving booklet

Gospel Giving – a booklet on biblical giving at Salt

How to Give

‘Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.’ 2 Corinthians 9:7

In this short verse Paul tells us 5 things about giving money:

1. Each person

Paul encouraged everyone in the church to give – he wrote ‘each of you’. At Salt Church we encourage ‘each person’, every member who calls Salt their home to be generous and give financially to the work of our church.

2. Decide in your heart

Paul encouraged his readers to decide in advance how much they would give. Whether you give online (details above) or at a Gathering on a Sunday, take the opportunity to ‘decide in your heart’ before giving.

3. Not reluctantly

Paul’s point is that God doesn’t want his people to moan and groan about having to give their money to him. That kind of ‘reluctant giving’ doesn’t please God. Yet it’s unlikely the people Paul wrote to felt no reluctance. Often giving despite our natural tightfistedness helps us grow in sacrifical generosity.

4. Not under compulsion

Paul stresses that nobody should ever feel like they’re being forced to give. At Salt Church there are no debt collectors! All our members can participate and benefit from our ministries, whether they financially support Salt Church or don’t.

5. Cheerfully

The final thing Paul urges his readers to do is give cheerfully. Those who have their hearts captured by Christ and his purposes will cheerfully give to support the work of his Kingdom. We encourage our members to ‘give cheerfully’, knowing this is the kind of generosity God loves to see from us.

Giving to God and his work is something we get to do.

We’ve created a booklet to help you think about what Gospel-based giving looks like. You can download this booklet as a PDF here.

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