United We Build helps churches raise money for purchasing property for new construction, renovation and other capital needs. Usually these are expenses a church cannot afford without a special campaign. The three-year program, built on the principles of prayer and God’s leaderships, leads members to make a commitment to give to the project.
For more information, please view our, “What is a capital fund campaign?” document.
“We chose United We Build because of the strong emphasis on growing the spiritual life of our members. I am firmly convinced that it was this focus that led our church family to commit more than three times our annual general offerings. Our UWB representative understood and valued the western heritage culture and partnered with us to ‘cowboy up’ our campaign. If you desire to see your church family grow in spiritual maturity and commitment to the Lord while raising funds for ministry needs, there is no better resource than United We Build.”
Lost Pines Cowboy Church
“After the heart of the campaign was presented to our church, we saw an increase in our regular giving with a number of people becoming regular contributors for the first time. Our campaign contributions continue to exceed our expectations and we are on a path to take in more in donations than we expected from our Faith Promise cards. Our overall finances have not fallen off during these uncertain economic times and I believe United We Build had a lot to do with that.”
Northside Bible Church
“When we needed to add a children’s facility, arena and fellowship hall, UWB came alongside us and helped us put together a spiritually-based growth campaign that was relevant to our cowboy church culture. There was no pressure or guilt used to raise money. People prayed, heard from God and obeyed. We were able to build our facilities debt free!”
3C Cowboy Fellowship
“We had been raising money for ‘future building’ for several years. Our collections over those years totaled about $100,000. Then came United We Build. During the first three weeks of harvest, we received $400,000 in faith commitments. On Victory Sunday our initial offering was $96,000. These numbers exceeded our most optimistic expectations and put us well on the way to groundbreaking for our new Family Life Center. United We Build is a workable, proven and affordable program. We would certainly use them again and recommend them to you without reservation.”
First Baptist Church