Westlake Church Nyon is an independent Christian, evangelical, multi-denominational church funded solely through the tithes, gifts, and donations of its members, friends, and attendees.
If you have a specific question regarding giving, please contact: email@example.com
Westlake Church Nyon is strongly committed to the support of missions. Each year 10% of all income received from donations to the church is allocated to missions: 7% to Overseas Missions (as decided by the Overseas Missions Committee) and 3% to Local Missions (as decided by the Elders).
Overseas Missions We Support
Giving to Westlake
There are several ways to donate to Westlake Church Nyon. In preferred order:
Our bank details are:
Banque Cantonale Vaudoise (BCV)
IBAN: CH74 0076 7000 U067 0389 2
SWIFT Code: BCVLCH2LXXX
Westlake Community Church
Rue Juste Olivier 9, 1260 Nyon.
E-Payment: Please click here if you would like to donate via E-Payment.
We still have a collection during all of our services, as we realise that this is the preferred giving method by some people.
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