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Church introduces online payment of tithing

Photo Credit: MormonLifeHacker.com
Photo Credit: MormonLifeHacker.com

A blog post on Mormon Life Hacker introduced the makings of a new LDS website dedicated to allow online payments for tithing.

Tevya Washburn, creator of Mormon Life Hacker and author of the post, said the new page should make it easier to pay tithing, fast offerings and other donations to the Church.

The Church has a beta version coming soon and will allow anyone with an lds.org account or a U.S. bank account to make payments.

“Very, very simple to use,” Washburn said. “You just need to know your routing number and then your account number to a checking or savings account.”

According to the Mormon Newsroom, the Church Online Donations website will be rolled out to congregations in the U.S. throughout 2015, and the Church will notify local leaders when it is available in their area.

 

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