"Each person should give what they have decided in their heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver". 2 Corinthians 9:7


These are extraordinary days with all of the uncertainties of disease, economics, jobs and worry.   With all of the concerns swirling around us all, remember that our church is always there for us.  Unusual efforts are being made to ensure that Kingsway-Lambton will, to the best of its ability continue to support our spiritual and pastoral care needs.  In turn, let us not forget to continue to support our church, its ministry and personnel, the maintenance and utility costs of the building and continued outreach to the community.  Please do your best to continue with your offerings and pledges by using eTransfer, sending cheques in the mail, or by using your credit card to donate through Tithely (see the Donate Now button below), or by calling the office to provide your credit card information.

There are three ways to make a financial contribution to the life and work of our congregation:

1. E-Transfer. Donations may be made using eTransfer. The email address to use is [email protected].  Include as much information as you can in the message section including your name, the recipient of the donation i.e. General Funds, UC Missions, Honduras Mission etc. There is no need for a security question.

2. Credit Card. Please use the Donate by Credit Card button below.


3. By Cheque. Please click here for details on mailing cheques.


You will see an overview of our annual Stewardship Campaign, which raises funds to cover the salaries and operating costs needed to run all programs. Click here to view a brief video of the Seniors' ministry of music on behalf of this year's Campaign on November 20th.

There are details about making In Memory and In Tribute Gifts.

Some may wish to consider making a Legacy Gift or a Bequest, or making a gift of donated securities.

Details are available about donating to special funds such as the Benevolent Fund, administered by the Coordinating Minister, to provide emergency assistance to people in need or to agencies that serve those in crisis.