Giving Options...


Why give?

When you give, you help create a church that unchurched people love to attend,  leading them into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ - loving them one story at a time.  So, through giving, we actively become part of LifeSpring's Vision and Mission in a very practical and tangible way.

Here are some ways to give...

Sunday Giving via Envelope...

If you prefer to donate to LifeSpring, either by cheque or cash, please go to the "Generous" station to obtain an envelope.  Deposit the envelope in the RED box on the wall.

Monthly EFT funds transfer...

If you prefer to donate to LifeSpring via EFT, please obtain a PAD form at the "Generous" station and complete all of the required information on the form. Deposit the form in the RED box on the wall.


You can do a bank E-transfer by sending your donation to

Tax receiptable...

All donations will be tax receipted on an annual bases to the donor's current address on file in the early new year if the total donation is $20.00 or more.

Safe Families...


Safe Families K-W

LifeSpring is encouraged that a new chapter of Safe Families Canada has launched in the tri-cities region of Kitchener, Waterloo & Cambridge!   Please share the news with your friends and church contacts and pray for many new families to be transformed by Christ’s love!

You can donate to the "Kitchener/Cambridge/Waterloo" chapter here.

Contact Vanessa Ploc at:


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Find out more about Safe Families

Sponsor a Child with us...


Sponsor a child from  Nueva Frontera, Honduras


~ Hurricane Mitch killed about 5,600 people and caused $2 billion in damage across the country in 1998

~ Gang membership is estimated in the tens of thousands and threats of violence are used to control poorer districts

~ About 50% of Hondurans are under the age of 19

~The main exports - bananas and coffee - make the economy vulnerable to shifts in commodity prices

Join us as we endeavour to build a relationship with many families in Nueva Frontera.  This isn't just about sending money and it is definitely not about feeling good about ourselves ... this is about building lasting relationships and helping in the restoration of children's futures.