Ways to Donate

In the absence of church services, we suggest alternate ways of giving to causes normally covered by Sunday offerings:
1. Print and fill out the PARS for and return it to the church mail slot.
2. Write a cheque listing the cause(s) you would like to support. Drop your envelope in the church mail slot or mail it to the church office (1281 Exmouth St. Sarnia, ON N7S 1W9). The church mail slot can be found north of the east entrance doors.
3. We have set up an Interac E-transfer option for you to donate to the Church budget. To use this option please follow these steps:
-Log into your online or mobile banking app and go to E-transfer.
-Select the account from which you want to send funds.
-Choose or add Living Hope CRC as a recipient and then include our email: livinghopeoffering@gmail.com
-Enter the amount and hit submit.
-The funds will be automatically deposited into the Living Hope Budget account. If you wish your donation to go to another cause, you may indicate this in the message.
-E-transfers will be tracked and included with your year-end donation slips.
-You may also place your donation into your regular weekly offering envelope and put them all in the offering plate when church services resume. Donations will be allocated as per the weekly envelope in which they are submitted.
The list of offerings scheduled for the next weeks:
•March 29: Ministry Shares – Canadian ministries
•April 5: Diaconate
•April 12 (Easter Sunday): Ministry Shares – Resonate Global Missions
•April 19: Ministry Shares


Inn of the Good Shepherd Food Bank is teaming up with the London Road Shopping Centre for a food drive Friday, March 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Put your food donation in your trunk, drive into the plaza parking lot, put your car in park, pop your trunk, your food donation will be removed and you’ll be on your way. This is a small way that LHCRC can continue to be a blessing to our community.


For the time being the church office will be open Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 9 am to 1 pm. For your health and safety, we suggest that you call or email the office rather than visit in person. Communications will be sent out electronically and via mail to those who don’t have email. Please encourage those who have not yet given their email address to the office to do so.