Giving

We see giving as an important expression of our trust in God, a joyful response to His love for us which enables us to grow in faith.

 

Read our recent Challenge Sunday leaflet to find out more about how we can invest in the gospel together. All individual giving is handled in absolute confidence by our Chair of Finance, John Woolley, and you can contact him for further information.

Regular giving

The work of St Paul's is funded through the generosity of members of the church family, so we encourage regular giving which greatly assists us with our financial planning. Regular giving can be set up in any one of three easy ways:

  • Internet Banking: Please contact John for St Pauls NatWest bank account details so you can set up your Standing Order online in the normal way, or complete the Planned Giving Form.
  • Bankers Order Form: If you do not have access to Internet banking then you can download a Bankers Order Form so you can set up a Standing Order. Please return the completed form to John via the parish office, marked Private & Confidential.
  • Online Donations: You can also donate online by using the button below which enables you to set up regular payments or make an immediate one-off donation by card. You can also advise whether it qualifies for Gift Aid and, if so, complete the online declaration.

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Gift Aid

Boost your giving by 25% for no extra cost: UK tax payers can usually make a Gift Aid Declaration so St Paul’s can claim a further 25% of each gift from the Government. This simple form requires only your name, address, and signature and confirmation you are a current UK tax payer. Please download a Gift Aid Declaration Form and return to John Woolley.

Legacies - Giving in your Will

You may also consider making a gift to St Paul’s via your will. Legacies can be one of the most valuable and lasting ways you can continue to support mission and ensure the Gospel is preached to future generations here. The development of St Paul’s new community Hub is the direct result of a generous legacy.

Wills can be a very effective and tax-efficient way of giving, and they are relatively easy and inexpensive to arrange. Unless you indicate to the contrary a proportion of your gift may be onward given. For more information visit churchlegacy.org.uk.