We believe that it is vital to be transparent, accountable and above all honouring to God in financial activities.
Each year we accept responsibility for the budget - the first 10% of all money received goes to outreach, after that we meet our expenses.
The tithes and offerings received are our only source of income.
For internet direct transfer, our bank details are:
BSB - 704 922
Account - 100 014 987
Account name - Tuggeranong Baptist Church
How to make a cash deposit:
The account details are different from those for internet banking and are:
Account name - Tuggeranong Baptist Church General Account
You can make a deposit at a Westpac or other bank, or
You can use the Cardless Deposit option available at the major bank’s ATMs
- You need to have a mobile phone with you as you will be sent an SMS part way through the process.
- You cannot deposit coins.
- You can load a single note or bundle of notes at same time and then you watch the machine count the cash.
- You receive a code via SMS that you need to type in.
The machine issues you with a receipt.
Forms to be used by ministry leaders and event co-ordinators.
Contact church administration for a Word copy of the documents as only PDFs can be stored here.
See attached instructions.
Open PDF below for an account of our activities during 2019.
Open PDF below for Audited Reports and associated documents
Open PDF below for Audited Reports and a Simplified Summary of Accounts.
Open PDF below for Audited Reports and a Treasurer's Notes
- See resource below from Baptist Insurance:
- Note: During COVID Pandemic no serving of food that involves sharing of platters of food and sharing of utensils. Basically each person to be served individually with no hands touching where other hands have been.
Extract from the Association of Baptist Churches in NSW&ACT:
What are the requirements for serving food/drink?
There is no specific contagion risk with food and COVID-19, however the main issue is around people being close together and/or touching the same utensils when serving or receiving food. Having designated servers (ideally with gloves and masks while they serve) is OK provided there is either space or a barrier between the people walking along the buffet and the actual food. This is to avoid droplets from breathing doesn’t touch and/or make contact with the food
NSW COVID Food Safety training: https://www.foodauthority.nsw.gov.au/covid-19-awareness-food-service-training
- Follow link to ACT Health information and free Food Handling training.