Giving is the stewardship of our financial resources. As a recognition that our finances and any ability that we have to earn are gifts from God, giving is a matter of acknowledging God’s ownership and sovereignty of all things. We give in order to remind ourselves of that fact, in submission to him.

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Your giving to the Cary Alliance Church General Fund supports the local ministry of Cary Alliance Church: children’s and youth ministries, outreach, utilities, salaries, insurance, groundskeeping, and more – it takes a lot to run a church. All of these serve to grow disciples in our local community. Without faithful and generous giving to the General Fund, Cary Alliance could not exist.


Our beautiful facility was built in 2008 with 2.15 million dollars of debt. We have enjoyed 12 years of growth and ministry here and have been able to pay almost 90 percent of that debt. Your faithful giving to the building fund will allow us polish that off and use more of our resources for ministry and to plan future growth.


Our Deacons use this fund to minister to the needy within both the church and the community. Each year the unemployed, widowed, and homeless have all received significant help. Currently, this ministry is well funded. When needs arise, God’s people respond.


The Great Commission Fund (GCF) is used by The Alliance to support missions work around the world. When you give to missions you support gospel preaching, teaching, discipleship, practical ministry, and church planting all over the world. The Alliance currently supports 781 international workers in 67 countries, most of whom are in the spiritually darkest and most difficult places in the world. Your GCF giving can also be designated specifically to the support of Alliance missionaries from our church. Further, many chose to support the many missionaries we have with other groups. Contact them directly for more information.

How Can I Give?

Please note the processing fee associated with each method of giving from the table below. To maximize your gift, please consider Electronic bank transfer, recurring auto draft, check or cash.

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Other Ways to Give

You can always give by check (made payable to Cary Alliance Church) or cash. We have a time of giving during each weekend gathering, or you can mail your gift to:
Cary Alliance Church
4108 Ten Ten Road
Apex, NC 27539
If you choose to give cash, please consider placing it in an envelope with your name and mailing address so we can properly account for it and ensure you are eligible to deduct it on your taxes.
You may designate Cary Alliance Church, Inc. to receive all or a portion of your estate after your lifetime. This type of giving may be accomplished through:

Will or Trust

You can name Cary Alliance Church, Inc. in your will or trust as a beneficiary, and your estate may receive an income tax deduction for the value of your bequest. Consult with your estate planning attorney and your financial and/or tax advisor to analyze your particular situation and confirm benefits.

Retirement Accounts

You can name Cary Alliance Church, Inc. as a beneficiary of your IRA, 401(k), or other qualified retirement plans. Any amounts remaining in your plan, free of income and estate tax, will transfer to Cary Alliance. Consult with your financial and/or tax advisor to analyze your particular situation and confirm tax benefits.

Life Insurance

You can simply name Cary Alliance Church, Inc. as beneficiary of part or all of your life insurance policy. You can also choose to make Cary Alliance Church the owner of a life insurance policy that is no longer needed. When Cary Alliance Church is made owner, you may receive a tax deduction for the amount of premiums you continue paying each year. If the policy is whole life, you may receive an immediate tax deduction for the cash value amount. Consult with your financial and/or tax advisor to analyze your particular situation and confirm tax benefits.
When you give appreciated stocks and mutual funds, you receive an immediate income tax deduction for the full fair market value of securities you transfer that you’ve held for at least one year. In addition, you pay no capital gains tax on the difference between your cost and the fair market value. Consult with your financial and/or tax advisor to analyze your particular situation and confirm tax benefits. If you are interested in giving securities, stock options, or matching gifts from your employer, please contact Paul Amos,

IRA Qualified Charitable Distributions

If you are over 70-1/2 years old, then you may distribute directly from your IRA to Cary Alliance Church up to $100,000 and exclude the contributed amount from your gross income for tax purposes. This amount can be counted towards the IRA’s annual required minimum distribution. Consult with your financial and/or tax advisor to analyze your particular situation and confirm tax benefits.
If you’d like to discuss a possible gift of real estate, a trust or retirement account, credit card rewards points or airline miles, or another unique gift, please contact, or Pastor Becker for more information.

Financial Accountability

Cary Alliance Church is committed to honoring God's provision for our church by exercising wise and faithful stewardship, ethical business practices, and accountability to ensure the financial integrity of CAC remains above reproach. We accomplish this through a system of internal controls and an internal budgeting and reporting process. The Alliance are members of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA).

In addition, an annual audit is performed by a qualified team. The results of this audit are submitted directly to the Finance Committee and the Board of Elders for their review.