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A Westlynn Baptist Church offering  envelope


As we continue to streamline our administration, we have come up with various procedures to make it easy for you fulfill your tithes and offerings which support the ongoing work of the Lord through Westlynn.

1. Direct Debit (recommended method)
a. Please fill in the parts highlighted in yellow, plus the amount of donation in the "Fixed" box. Automatic tithing of a fixed amount will be done on the 1st of each month.
b. Members who contribute a fixed amount regularly should take advantage of this
method, as it is almost fully automated for you and helps us reduce administration.

2. INTERAC e-transfer
a. This is for any amount (especially large one-time donations), since there are no fees.
b. Can give directly from your bank account.
c. Please send your tithe/offering to the email "info @ westlynnbaptist . com" (delete the whitespaces, password not needed, auto-deposited into our account).

  1. For your tax receipt, send us an email with your full name and address so that we can issue your tax receipt by February of the following year.

  2. Please make sure your name matches the name used for e-transfer.

3. Online giving
a. This is useful if you want to give occasional gifts using a credit card.
b. Note that although you will receive a tax receipt for 100% of the amount you give, Westlynn will receive the amount less fees (currently 2.8%).
c. You will get your tax receipt directly from Charitable Impact and not from us. 
Please note that we do not have control over the deadlines that they specify for tax receipting for the tax year.
d. Giving: Westlynn Baptist Church

4. Mail a cheque
a. We provide this as an additional service at this particular time.
b. Please mail it to the church address: 1341 East 27th Street, North Vancouver, BC V7J
1S6 and send an email us to let us know.

5. Put your Tithe in the donation box on Sunday
a. Please use an offering envelope and make sure you fill out everything, for tax receipting purposes.

In His love and service,
—Damian Yap
(on behalf of the Finance Team)

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