The Bible speaks a lot about money, suggesting that our worship of God is significantly displayed through how we handle that part of our lives. The Bible also provides guidance on how we should give, for example 2 Corinthians 9:7, each person should give what they have decided in their heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. We believe that our giving expresses our gratitude to God for the past, exposes our commitment to God in the present, and extends our faith in God for the future. We support the central place that the local church holds in God’s plan for our world, and would suggest that support of His church is something close to God’s heart for us. The generosity of people associated with Beachlands Baptist Church allows us to run many programmes and services in Windsor Park and in the wider community; support people around NZ and overseas who are involved in various missional activities; and employ staff, maintain our physical buildings, and fund our operational costs. Without the combined generosity of many people we could do very little. Your support is highly worthwhile and appreciated no matter what level you give. We’re transparent with our finances and regularly report our financial position, including a full summary in our Annual Report.

If you have questions about giving at Beachlands Baptist, please get in touch. We’d love to talk more.


Offering bags are handed round each Sunday service. We also have a postbox in the office door which you can utilise at anytime. 


There is an eftpos machine set up in the office area. Please follow the instructions next to the machine.


You can make a one-time or recurring donation our bank account.

Beachlands Baptist Church
BNZ 02 0168 0129027 00


If you are a regular giver,  email the office if you would like a tithe number.


Beachlands Baptist Church is a registered charitable trust. You can see our accounts and trust deed online at the NZ Charities web site. This means that any donation you make is tax deductible and provided we have a record of your giving we are able to provide you with a receipt at the end of the financial year (31st March). You can send this receipt in with your tax return and you will normally be entitled to a tax reimbursement from the I.R.D.