Ways To Give
NPWC uses Tithe.ly for online financial collections for offering, tithes and donations via credit and debit cards. Please click on the Online link if you would like to use this method of payment. Kindly note that Tithe.ly charges a processing fee which you can choose to be subtracted from the amount you give or be paid in addition to the amount you give. A receipt will be issued to you at the end of the year – please include enough contact information on the Tithe.ly form that we can contact you.
You can visit the church office at 395 North Park Drive if you would like to make your financial contribution in person. Acceptable in-person payments are cheque, cash, and debit card payment. Kindly call the office at 905-450-7554 to ensure that someone is there before you stop by. A receipt will be issued to you at the end of the year – please leave enough contact information at the office that we can use to contact you.
Cheques can be mailed to us at 395 North Park Drive, Brampton, Ontario L6S-6A9. A receipt will be issued to you at the end of the year – please include enough contact information that we can contact you.
The Bible and Giving
God wants us to give because it shows that we recognize he is truly the Lord of our lives. Everything we own and everything we have comes from God. So, when we give, we simply offer him a small portion of the abundance he has already given to us.
Giving is an expression of our thankfulness and praise to God. It comes from a heart of worship that recognizes everything we have and give already belongs to the Lord.
Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.
James 1:17 NIV
God instructed Old Testament believers to give a tithe, or a tenth because this ten percent represented the first, most important portion of all they had. The New Testament does not suggest a certain percentage for giving, but simply says for each to give “in keeping with his income.”
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Pastor Mark Lawrence