Do to poor weather and driving conditions, all evening activities are canceled for Wednesday, February 2.


why we give

God is generous and so he calls us to be as well.  What we do with what God has given us shows the world where our hearts are at and helps proclaim the gospel. We want to glorify God with every area of our lives, and that includes what we do with our finances. Your financial generosity fuels Keystone to love and lead people in a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and is a testament of your love for the One Who First Gave.

For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. - Matthew 6:21

Ways To Give

Automatic Bill Pay

Automatic Bill Pay is another great way to give regularly and consistently. In addition, it saves Keystone the transaction and processing fees. That means 100% of your donation goes to fund the operation and vision of our church. Each bank is set up slightly differently, so you will need to contact your bank for specific instructions. The address for Keystone is listed below for your convenience.

Give Online

We partner with Ardent Giving Solutions for our online giving. Their system is super easy to use and totally secure. Simply click the GIVE/LOGIN button below to get started. You can also use this button to login to your account and review your giving record.

Give In Person

We have two drop boxes located at the back of our auditorium next to each of the main entrances where you can leave your gifts on a Sunday morning. 


You can also give using your mobile phone by texting GIVE to 734-944-5397.

Give By Mail

You can mail your gift to the Keystone Church office,
3375 Waterworks Road, Saline MI 48176. 

Stocks, Bonds, Securities

There are significant tax advantages in giving appreciated stock held for more than one year. The donor may take the full fair market value of the stock gift as a charitable deduction on his or her income taxes and neither the donor nor the church pay long-term capital gains tax, which is 15% of the net appreciation of the stock or 5% for those in the 10 percent tax bracket.

The maximum deduction you may take within a given tax year is 30 percent of your adjusted gross income. If you are unable to take the entire deduction in one year, you may carry the excess deduction forward for five additional years.


A Note About Credit Cards & Debit Cards

Keystone does not accept credit cards for contribution purposes. We prefer electronic funds transfer, automated bank debit, bank bill pay, checks, and stocks/bonds/securities as very cost-effective giving methods. Debit cards are also accepted as an online payment method, but significant fees are incurred.

Consumer debt is a significant issue in our culture, and although many people pay off their credit card balance every month, many also do not. We do not want to encourage someone to go into debt and pay interest on gifts given to the church.

Although debit cards do not cause consumer debt, note that as much as 3% of your gift would go to the processing company through their fee structure.  With electronic funds transfer, bank bill pay, and checks, your entire gift goes to the church.