Are still needed to cover expenses and can be made following the instructions below
Treasurer Rick Sutcliffe
in the name of our Lord and Saviour
Aberdeen Baptist Church
is the merger of the former
Calvary Baptist Church of Aldergrove
and the former
Aldergrove Fellowship Baptist Church
commencing 2018 02 11
legal change of name from AFBC
registered 2018 06 01
Call ahead to the church at 604 856 1413 to make sure someone is there, then drop off your envelope offering. To preserve the privacy of your donation, put your offering envelope inside another plain envelope marked "Attn: Treasurer". You could also call the treasurer's home at 604 856 7417 to arrange dropping it off there. You should always use this method for cash.
Alternatively, you can put your offering cheque (inside an offering envelope if you use them) tucked inside another envelope, preferably after wrapping those contents first in a sheet of paper to obscure them inside the mailer, and snail mail it to the church address above. Do not use this method for cash, which should never be mailed.
You can set up electronic funds transfer in your online banking system or at your branch (you will be asked for your name and email address) and transfer funds to the address email@example.com The treasurer will receive an email from the Credit Union saying the funds are available, and will claim them, and you will then get a return email telling you the money was received. An envelope with your donation number will be made up for our records. If you have not previously had an envelope number, one will be created.
If you have a PayPal account you can PayPal your tithe to the address firstname.lastname@example.org In this case, please use the message facility that is part of a "send money" transaction to mention your name and envelope number An envelope with your donation number will be made up for our records. If you have not previously had an envelope number, one will be created. Please note that although you will be credited with the full donation, PayPal charges a small fee for each such transaction, which will be accounted for as an expense.