We want Elmbrook to be known as a generous church because we serve a God who has been generous with us.

    We know that we are blessed so we can bless others. Our giving is a reflection of a generous heart full of faith, trust, and gratefulness. We would ask that you prayerfully consider making a recurring gift as a way to partner with us in helping people become rooted in Jesus and released to His mission. If you have not previously given online, watch the video below to see how!

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    Current Giving Numbers


    Home Fund
    YTD Budget: $589,294
    YTD Giving: $621,420
    YTD TOTAL: $32,126
    Harvest Fund
    YTD Budget: $174,018
    YTD Giving: $202,806
    YTD TOTAL: $28,789

    Through your generous giving, God can work in and through our church to impact His Kingdom. We are a non-profit organization funded through voluntary contributions. Giving to the Home Fund provides the money needed to support ministries, staff, facilities, operations, and ongoing capital needs on all our campuses. Home Fund giving, on average, makes up 3/4 of our total annual budget. The other quarter of our giving goes to our Harvest Fund.

    Throughout its history, Elmbrook has engaged in world mission — both globally and locally — through the Harvest Fund. From southeast Wisconsin to villages and cities around the world, Elmbrook serves as the hands and feet of Jesus among the poor, least-reached, and under-equipped. Through our Harvest Fund, over $2.2 million is invested annually in field worker support as well as in strategic global and local initiatives.


    The giving numbers are updated weekly and reflect the total budgets across all our campuses.

    Fiscal Year 2019/2020 update


    Last fiscal year ending July 31st came with a lot of unexpected changes with COVID but we are grateful to be weathering it with you. We did experience a drop in giving during the last 4 months of this year. We saw a 20% decrease in Home Fund and a 10% decrease in Harvest Fund over those same weeks of the previous year. The staff made some adjustments to our spending to help align it to this giving level.

    We put a pause on any hiring that we were in the middle of or considering in the last few months. We also had natural cost savings due to COVID. The building cost were down due to being closed and ministry cost looked different with virtual ministry instead of onsite/in person ministry. This allowed us to actually spend less then we received in both the Home Fund and the Harvest Fund.