Giving to St Paul's

 

"Everything comes from you and we have given you only what comes from your hand"
                                                                       1 Chronicles 29 v14

 

 

 

There are over 2,300 verses in the Bible on money, wealth and possessions. We believe that giving money is one demonstration of commitment to the work and ministry of the church. We want to be a generous people, providing the church with the resources to do things well, whilst also demonstrating generosity outside this church in what we give away.

Each year we give a proportion of our income to other Christian Charities as well as giving away the proceeds of our Summer and Christmas Fairs. You can download a copy of our last year's accounts within our Annual Report from here should you want to find out more about us and where the money we receive is used.

Many of our regular church members give by monthly standing order and in addition the majority Gift Aid their giving too, where they are able. We renew our Planned Giving pledges annually in October.

There is an excellent sermon given by the Revd. Chris Hodder on the subject of Money and the Joy of Giving  which you may care to listen to on our Sermons page to be found here. Go to Sunday 29th June


If you would like to support our ongoing ministry here at St Paul's by making a one off donation via our Give.net account you can do so by clicking on the logo on the right.

(Please note whilst we are known as St Paul's Boundary Road, our official title is the Church of St Paul in the parish of Wilford Hill and are known as such by HMRC for Gift Aid purposes. Hence our give.net giving page refers to St Paul's Wilford Hill and is the correct page to use for your gift to us. Thank you.)

Should you wish to support us on a more regular basis then please fill in the online Giving Response form at the bottom of the page.

You can download a St Paul's Bank Standing order form here.

If you are a UK tax payer and require a Gift Aid declaration form you can download one here.

Thanking you in anticipation.