Hebron

Hebron

1980 N Bend Road, Hebron, KY US 41048

Sunday morning service times: 9:15am & 11am

Lakeside Park

Lakeside Park

195 Buttermilk Pike, Lakeside Park, KY US 41017

Sunday morning service times: 9:15am & 11am

Taylor Mill

Taylor Mill

5300 Taylor Mill Rd, Taylor Mill, KY US 41015

Sunday morning service times: 9:15am & 11am

Giving at Lakeside

WAYS TO GIVE 

Giving online is simple and secure. You can make a one-time gift or set up a recurring gift using your checking account or a debit or credit card.

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Text any amount to 859.340.3190. (e.g. $250 or 75.00). This secure system will ask you to register a debit or credit card the first time you give. Going forward, just text your donation amount for easy, instant giving.

  

You can give in person at any of our locations on Sunday mornings. You can drop a gift in a giving box (located in the auditorium at each campus) or in the offering bag during the service.

  

  

Download Your Statement

You can download your giving statement anytime throughout the year by signing in to your “My Lakeside” account, then by clicking on “Your Giving”.


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Exponential Initiative

We are currently in a two-year generosity initiative called Exponential with the desire that the value of generosity increases in each of us, resulting in exponential generosity as a church.


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Annual Report  

Because of your generosity, lives are being changed at Lakeside. Read the stories and statistics in our annual report.

 

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Stock  

We do accept stock gifts at Lakeside Christian Church. Giving stock you have owned more than one year, and which has gone up in value, can provide a double tax benefit.

The increase in value is called appreciation and can result in capital gain income tax when the stock is sold. The amount taxable is typically the sale price less than your basis, which usually is what you paid for it. In other words, if you paid $1,000 for 100 shares of stock, and later sold it for $3,000, you would pay tax on the $2,000 increase in value. However, making a charitable gift of the stock can avoid the long-term capital gain income tax.

Additionally, the amount you can deduct on your income tax return is the entire fair market value of the stock at the time of the gift, up to 30% of your adjusted gross income of the year. The five-year carry forward of any unused deduction also applies. In the above example, the tax deduction would be $3,000, the value of the stock, rather than $1,000, the amount paid. This is in addition to avoiding the capital gain income tax.

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Please contact , for assistance in making a gift of stock. You should also consult your tax advisor to be sure it makes sense for you.

 

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