As apprentices of Christ, our vision is to be “Responding to the Heart of God; Transforming the Heart of the City, the Nation and the World.”
One of the many ways the Bible tells us that we do this is by striving to become good stewards of all that God has given us, both of our talents and financial resources. Even as King David praised God for Israel’s generous gifts for a new temple (to be built by his son Solomon), he acknowledged God’s sovereignty in that giving when he said, “Everything comes from you, and we have given you only what comes from your hand.” (1 Chronicles 29:11)
Set-up a recurring monthly or bi-monthly donation to be withdrawn from your bank account on the 1st and/or 16th day of each month. Use these form, and submit to the Bethel Office in person or by email. For more information or questions, contact 613-542-2990 or keri[at]bethelkingston.com.
Place gifts of cash or cheques in the offering plate that is passed through the pews during Sunday morning services, or use the Offering Boxes found in our Foyer and Library. Ensure that your gift is tracked for the purposes of a year-end donation receipt by using the blue offering envelopes found in the pew, or requesting your own personalized set of donation envelops from keri[at]bethelkingston.com
Donation by Mail
As Sunday services are currently suspended, donating by cheque through the mail is an alternative. (Do not send cash in the mail.) Make a cheque out to Bethel Church Kingston and mail to Bethel Church Kingston, 314 Johnson Street, Kingston, ON, K7L 1Y7. Include your donor number on the memo line, if you know it; you may also indicate an approved fund designation on memo line.
PLEASE NOTE FOR ALL DONATION METHODS: The spending of funds is confined to Bethel Church-approved programs and projects. Each contribution directed toward an approved program or project will be used as restricted with the understanding that when the need for such a program or project has been met, or cannot be completed for any reason as determined by Bethel Church, the remaining restricted donations will be used where most needed.