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We give as an act of worship because Jesus first gave to us.  Your generosity helps us continue our mission to disciple people into a new story - a story that is Jesus' story for their lives.  We appreciate your generosity and faithfulness in giving.

 


GIVING OPTIONS

1.  Give by Interac e-Transfer (no fee charged to Bethany):

Using your online banking (if your account allows for e-transfers), you can quickly send your donation to Bethany at any time.  To give using e-transfer, please follow these instructions:

a.  Add Bethany as a new e-transfer recipient with the email address give@bethanybaptist.bc.ca

b.  There is no need to set a security question as we have Auto Deposit set up for these e-transfers.

c.   IMPORTANT:  Please be sure to include your name and address in the memo section of the transaction (we need this information in order to issue a tax receipt for this donation).  We realize that some online bank services limit comments to only 40 characters, so please also send a separate email with your name, address and the amount of the donation separately to give@bethanybaptist.bc.ca.  


2.  Give Online

Give online through our new secure online donation system.


3.  Give by pre-authorized bank withdrawal (minimal fee charged to Bethany):

For regular givers who want to set up automated giving, download and print this form.  Please complete it and return it to the church office or scan and email it to Christine Pfortmueller.   To change a pre-authorized withdrawal, please contact Christine Pfortmueller or the church office.


4.  Give by mail:

You may mail your donation to the following address:

Bethany Baptist Church
22680 Westminster Highway
Richmond, BC  V6V 1B7

 

Note:  annual tax receipts are issued at the end of February of the following year.

The spending of funds is confined to the programs and oversight of Bethany Baptist Church.  Each gift designated toward a church program will be used as designated.  When any given need has been met, or where projects cannot be reasonably carried out, the donor agrees that designated gifts may be used where needed most.