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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:

  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).

Giving to Westlake

There are several ways to donate to Westlake Church Nyon. In preferred order: 

Bank Transfer:

Our bank details are:

Banque Cantonale Vaudoise (BCV)

IBAN: CH74 0076 7000 U067 0389 2


Account holder:

Westlake Community Church

Rue Juste Olivier 9, 1260 Nyon. 

E-Payment: Please click here if you would like to donate via E-Payment.

Sunday Collection:

We still have a collection during all of our services, as we realise that this is the preferred giving method by some people. 

Overseas Missions We Support


Starfysh is a grassroots movement of folks with the crazy notion that we could turn desperate poverty on its ear for a small island in Haiti that 100,000 of the poorest people on Earth call home—and restore dignity and hope to those who’ve lost both.


Lalgadh Leprosy Hospital serves those in Nepal suffering from disease and illness. LLH is a Christian organization that serves people affected by leprosy, as well as other ill, needy, marginalized, disabled and poor.


Open Doors works in more than 70 countries, supplying Bibles, training church leaders, providing practical support and emergency relief, and supporting Christians who suffer persecution and discrimination for their faith.


Food For The Hungry provides life-changing resources such as clean water, medical aid, food, equal educational opportunities to girls and boys, vocational training and empowerment in the midst of unimaginable hardships.


Maisha has the vision to give life, hope  and a future to orphans who are suffering  from extreme poverty and who have lost their parents to HIV/AIDS or tribal conflict.

Local Missions We Support

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Flambeaux is a scouting movement that has existed since 1964, and is recognized as “Youth and Popular Education.” The Flambeaux serves the Evangelical Protestant Churches and is open to all.

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The CrazyGames allow children to experience a week of games, sports, songs and discovery of the Christian faith. 

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Service Pâques began in 2006. The main aim of the project was to encourage the young and the not so young, to serve their local population using their ideas and projects and to then put these ideas into practice.

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