Give"It is more blessed to give than to receive" Acts 20:35
Ways to Give
Simply log into your online or mobile banking app and select e-Transfer from the menu.
For the recipient or payee, enter Celebration Church and use email@example.com as the email address.
Cheques should be made out to
Celebration Church Barrie
and mailed to:
P.M.B. 402, 5 – 190 Minet’s Point Road Barrie. Ont. L4N 8J8
Through Canada Helps, a self-funded registered charity and non-profit organization you can give securely online using your Credit Card, PayPal or a Gift Card.
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Regular Giving / Tithing
We offer the opportunity to give regularly or tithe in support of the church, its ministries, in God’s service.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will I get a tax receipt?
Yes, Celebration Church Barrie is a charitable organization and we issue tax receipts for donations given to the church. If we have a current address for you, you should receive tax receipts early in the new year for donations given the previous year.
What will my donation be used for?
Celebration Church Barrie has a treasurer and financial committee who set a budget that is voted on by an annual vestry meeting each year. We are frugal in meeting expenses with a goal to spend as much as possible answering God’s call to be His hands and feet in our world. We assist in planting other churches here in Canada, and we are actively involved in Christian church planting in Cuba at this time. We have a history of constant reliable support for Barrie’s homeless and needy populations and we have members involved on the ground in eastern Cuba taking medical supplies, water filters, bibles, pastor salaries and other necessities, leading global relief efforts currently in Paraguay, supporting education, health, house building and social assistance in one of the poorest areas of Guatemala, and so much more. Please see our current missions report.
What does it mean 'to tithe'?
Many Christians try to follow a tithing system that began during the time of Moses. People were to give back some of what they earned in order to support the priests and the running of the temple. The idea is that everything we have is from God and we are not to keep 100% of what God gives, but return at least 10% to help advance God’s kingdom.