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Donations

CHURCH OFFERINGS

Offerings, Tithing & Budget Collections at Bethel: 

Your Deacons encourage each member and family to continue giving regularly, so our church can continue to financially support the causes that are important to our church family. We highly encourage offerings to be mailed and send to: Bethel Christian Reformed Church c/o Treasurer August Luymes 5704 51 Ave Lacombe, AB, T4L 1K8. Cheques should be made out to Bethel Christian Reformed Church and the cause noted on the memo line, if more than one offering is included please note that on the memo line or enclose a note. "Bethel Bucks" may also be mailed, but please enclose a note that mentions the cause for which the notes are to be used. Currently E-Transfers cannot be accepted, we apologize for the inconvenience.

Bethel now accepts donations through the GIVE function on the Bridge App.The GIVE function currently allows for credit card donations, and will soon support debit and recurring giving to a list of the many worthy causes that Bethel supports regularly. Please Note: Upon making a donation, a receipt will be issued immediately by email. Please hold onto these for tax purposes. They will NOT be reissued at the end of the year.

Today’s offering is for African Widow & Orphan Support. 

This special offering is to provide financial assistance to the mission of African Widow and Orphan Support to assist in rehabilitate violated, traumatized women and children whose husbands and fathers were murdered by the Boko Haram terror group and more recently by nomadic Fulani terrorists in northern Nigeria. The offering is also to assist Pastors and their congregations. Their request is to pray for these wounded Children of God. The CRC as a part of the Sudan United Mission and coordination with Sudan Interior Mission brought the Gospel of Jesus Christ to Nigeria beginning in the 1939. In turn, converts of the mission shared that blessed Gospel with numerous others who had not yet heard. For the CRC Nigeria became its largest mission effort in finances, in employed personnel, and in the largest number of converts, hundreds of thousands, if not millions. Help us to continue to be God’s grace, bringing life to children of the faith who God reached generations past through CRC World Mission.

Sunday, July 5th 

our offering will be for Chaplaincy and Care Ministry. Chaplaincy is a healing, reconciling ministry of God, an expression and extension of God’s activity and mission in the world. It provides pastoral ministry in specialized settings to people who are hurting or in crisis, uprooted or dislocated. Through the presence of chaplains, the very settings in which they minister become surprising places of grace.

Chaplains are exceptional, well-trained ministers of the Word or commissioned pastors who serve in specialized ministries beyond the walls of the church. Chaplains are specially trained, called and ordained by the church, and sent by Jesus Christ to provide spiritual care to people in pain or spiritual distress.

July 12th – Refrain Media (formaly known as Back to God Hour)

July 19th – Crossroads Prison Ministries

July 26th – Engedi Home, Margaret Njuguna

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