Offerings to the Lord’s Move to Europe
Offerings can be given to the Lord's move to Europe (LME) online, by bank check, and by bank wire transfer. Offerings intended for a specific purpose should be designated. Undesignated offerings will be used to meet the general needs of the work.
The main areas of the work for which offerings can be designated are as follows:
- General Needs (related to the work in Europe, Russia, and Israel)
- European Gospel Work (mainly the work in Germany)
- Boston Trainees to Europe
- UK Building Project
- UK Radio Work
- Distribution of Bibles in Europe
- Other Special Needs related to Europe, Russia, and Israel
As much as possible, special gifts intended for specific individuals who are serving in the work should be given directly to the individual or to the individual's home church. Those who wish to give for needs that are not related to the Lord's work in Europe, Russia, or Israel (for example, for the Lord's work in Africa, Asia, or South America) can send an email to email@example.com to request information on how to give.
To submit a secure online donation, please see the e-Offerings page.
Contribute by Mail
Please make checks payable to The Church in Anaheim. Because LME has been registered as a DBA under The Church in Anaheim, checks can still be made payable to The Church in Anaheim/LME or to Lord's Move to Europe.
All offerings should be mailed to: P.O. Box 9107, Anaheim, CA 92812 USA. Please do not mail offerings to our bank, as we have no way to know who the offering is from.
Contribute by Bank Wire
For bank wiring information please download LME Wire Instructions . Those who wish to receive a receipt or a yearly acknowledgement letter should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and either provide a valid mailing address or give LME permission to email the receipt and/or the yearly acknowledgement letter.
PLEASE NOTE: To US taxpayers who send donations in the form of a check by mail or directly into LME's account by bank wire, LME will send a receipt or an acknowledgement letter that contains a yearly donation summary ONLY for single donated amounts of 250 USD or greater. A donor must provide his own substantiation of single donations that are less than 250 USD by retaining a record of the donation in the form of a bank record (such as a canceled check). Those who live outside the US will receive a receipt or a yearly acknowledgement letter for single donations of all amounts. Those who did not receive a receipt or an acknowledgement letter can request one by sending an email to email@example.com. All who expect to receive a receipt or a yearly acknowledgement letter must provide LME a valid mailing address or an email address.