Coquitlam Presbyterian Church
Here at Coquitlam Presbyterian Church (CPC) we hope to make it easy for you to donate by providing various options for financially supporting God’s work.
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From your banking website or app, send your donation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Password not required.)
Other ways to give:
Direct Deposit/Automatic Withdrawal
This option is for anyone who would like a recurring donation set up by the church and directly debited from their bank account. At this time, only current accounts are accepted. Documents can be picked up at the Welcome Centre or requested from the office.
Offering Envelopes on Sundays
Pew envelopes can be filled out and put into the offering. Please ensure that your name and address is completed on the envelope.
Personal Offering Envelopes
If you prefer your own envelopes, please contact the office. In common with many churches, we use numbered envelopes to identify contributions, while retaining a level of anonymity.
Planned or Legacy gifts would be a complement to the above methods of giving and is a way for you to help ensure the long-term viability of the church and its ministry. Planned gifts often have significant tax benefits associated with them, which can lower the cost of the gift. The following link provides further information regarding planned gifts: Wills and bequests.
Please click on the list below for further information:
• Life beneficiary gifts (RRSPs and RRIFs)
This list is provided by The Presbyterian Church in Canada. Note that if you want to make your gift out to CPC you need to contact the office for details pertaining to the church.
Please seek professional advice:
The Presbyterian Church in Canada and CPC strongly recommend that you seek professional advice so that your legacy gift is tailored to your circumstances.
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