Ways to Give

The work and ministries of our congregation have impacts throughout our broader community as well as among our own members. We can and do change lives. Each of us has time, talent and treasure. Good works need our support and I invite you to consider thoughtfully how you can help. Discover how we are inspired to help others. Learn with us about caring for one another and the world around us.

David Dexter, Chair of Finance Committee

When you donate to FBCH, one hundred percent of the funds go directly to support our ministry—from gathering for worship and making music to doing justice and forming faith.

You are encouraged to donate to the general budget which undergirds all of our activities. You may also specify that your gift go to a specific ministry of the church.

Whether setting up a monthly contribution or making a one time gift, your giving is valued and sacred.

If you would like to set-up a Pre-authorized Debit, please complete this form and email to accounting@fbchalifax.ca

If you would like to make an e-transfer, send to accounting@fbchalifax.ca. Funds will be directly deposited to First Baptist Church Halifax. In the message box, please include your name for tax receipt purposes (we will not know who made the transfer unless you put your name in the message box). If your donation is for an offering or project other than the general budget, please also include that note in the message box.

You may also donate to FBCH by credit card through Canada Helps by completing the form below.

*Tax receipts will be provided in February of each year for those making a donation of $25 or more. Note that gifts made on-line will be issued a receipt by Canada Helps. Contact our Bookkeeper, Mary Banks, if you would like a set of envelopes to give offerings during Sunday morning worship or to set-up a Pre Authorized Offering Plan to have a monthly contribution automatically drafted from a designated bank account.

Each dollar donated to FBCH is important to the financial health of the church. I believe high priority should be given to regular donations to your church.

Garnett Colwell