Dear member and guest

We are really happy to see you that you are browsing our web page and hope that you are finding a special connection here.

We would love to grow and expand our connection with you, so if you have ideas that we can follow up, please let us know. Here is an opportunity for you to support the ministry so that we can explore new ideas.

Thank you for supporting our TLCA ministries today.

We have three ways here to help you choose the best way to support te TLCA ministries.

Option 1: Donate through You can give one amount or a monthly amount, depending on what your preference is.


Option 2: Setting up your own Regular Electronic Transfer RET from your bank:

Want to be more organised with your giving,

But still have the opportunity to change your offering with relative ease?

Setting up a regular electronic transfer  (RET) from your side is the answer.

You can now set this up from your own internet banking profile and ensure your RET is a safe, convenient, flexible and confidential way of giving to your congregation.

Using RET keeps things simple.

You set the reference of your giving and can even allocate where the money should be used in that way.

LLL Account name: Ashmore Living Word Lutheran Church
BSB: 704942
Account No.:  100217974

Reference: Confirmation, E ministry or Manse loan or ‘your name’

Option 3: Give through the LLL REG (Regular Electronic Giving) system.

You may also choose to pay through debit order into the LCA account by following this link:

To use the conventional system for REG, an LLL Direct Debit Request Form must be completed and lodged with the LLL. Also, read the Service Agreement before you send the completed form to the LLL. This form gives the LLL authority to deduct the amount you specify from your LLL account or your account with a financial institution, and transfer it to an LLL REG account held by the organisation to which you are giving. To alter the conventional REG please complete another Direct Debit Request Form (indicating it is ‘a change to an existing Direct Debit’).