God gives to all of us. We are called to return a portion of those gifts to His work and to do that cheerfully and sacrificially. That’s why we want to make giving as simple and stress free as possible.

There are a number of ways you can give to Central Baptist Church.

Give Online

Donations to Central

The most direct way to give is to mail a cheque to the church at:
391 London Road,
Sarnia, ON
N7T 4W4

Other Ways to give at Central Baptist Church

If you are interested in making a donation to Central, look over the list below. It suggests a number of giving methods you can choose to support God’s work at Central Baptist Church:


Church Envelopes

We provide offering envelopes that can be added to the collection plate at Sunday services. Sets of offering envelopes are available from our Assistant Treasure or individual envelopes in the pew. Sets can also be requested through the office (519-344-1381 or

give by post dated cheques

Using Post-Dated Cheques

A series of post-dated cheques can also be a convenient way of making regular donations, especially if you are away or on vacation.

Preauthorized Giving

Preauthorized Giving

For those who want to give the same amount to the church on a regular basis, our Treasurer ( can assist you by providing you with all of the forms you need to have your gifts deducted directly from your bank.



We can accept eTransfers at Consult the treasurer or assistant treasurer for assistance if needed.

Give on-line: We currently are not using any of the many giving platforms that are available. We have at times received gifts through

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Spending of funds is confined to church approved programs and projects. Each restricted contribution designated towards a church approved program or project will be used as designated with the understanding that, when the need for such a program or project has been met or cannot be completed for any reason determined by the church, the remaining restricted contributions designated for such program or project will be used where needed most.