Offerings to the Lord’s Move to Europe

Offerings intended for a specific purpose should be designated. Undesignated offerings will be used to meet the general needs of the work.

Main designations:

  • 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
  • Distribution of Bibles in Europe

Special Needs:

  • Stuttgart Renovations
  • Barcelona Renovations
  • Paris Renovations
  • Paris Olympics
  • Meeting Hall in Romenskoye (Russia)
  • If other, specify clearly

Contribute Online

To submit a secure online donation, please click here. After clicking, reload the page in your browser.

Contribute by Mail

Make checks payable to The Church in Anaheim or to Lord's Move to Europe.
Mail your offering to: P.O. Box 9107, Anaheim, CA 92812 USA.
To designate your gift, please give a clear instruction on your check.

Contribute by Bank Wire

For bank wiring information please download LME Wire Instructions . Please indicate the purpose of your gift clearly. If necessary, send an email to [email protected].

Donation Acknowlegements:

For Online Donations, a confirmation email will be sent to the donor after each successful transaction.
For donations made by Mail and by Bank Wire, each donor will receive an annual donation acknowledgment letter.

  • For US Donors, please ensure that LME has your correct email address or mailing address.
  • For International Donors, please ensure that LME has your correct email address.

To provide us with the above information, please send an email to [email protected]

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Lord’s Move to Europe (LME) is a gospel mission project of the Church in Anaheim (a recognized section 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization under the Internal Revenue Code) that furthers the church’s tax-exempt purpose of spreading the gospel of the kingdom in the whole inhabited earth. In accordance with IRS guidelines, the Church in Anaheim may raise funds through LME to support specific projects of a foreign charitable organization or a local church that have been approved by the Directors of the Church in Anaheim as being in furtherance of its tax-exempt purpose. However, all funds donated for LME are subject to the complete discretion and control of the Directors of the Church in Anaheim. Donors may request that their offerings be used to support a particular need, which may be taken into consideration with respect to the gospel mission of LME, but such requests are not binding on LME and the Church in Anaheim. Adherence to these IRS guidelines ensures that offerings made to the Church in Anaheim for LME may qualify as tax-deductible charitable contributions.
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