As Christians we want to be generous with our time, our money, and our
attitudes, remembering Jesus’ words that “It is more blessed to give than to
receive” (Acts 20:35). So giving our money is part of our individual worship but
we do not normally take up a collection during our church services
If you would like to support the work of the church there are several ways you
can do so:

Most people give by standing order from their bank – this is the most
efficient and cost-effective way of giving for regular attenders. Please
follow this link for a form to complete and send to your bank:

There is a collection box near the front entrance to the church for cash
or cheques where you can leave gifts discretely

In the same place you will find a QR code for giving by phone

Regular gifts help us to plan ahead and make long-term commitments to our
work, but all donations of any size are important to us. We make every effort
to steward our resources well and to direct financial gifts for the greatest
gospel impact.

If you would like to know the difference your gifts are making, you can read
stories from our work on our website and Facebook pages, from the annual
accounts, which you can access online from the Charity Commission, or by
visiting the church when it is open.

Your donations can be enhanced if you are a UK taxpayer and indicate your
wish that your gift is to be treated under the Gift Aid Scheme. For example, for
every £10 donated, we can recover £2.50 in tax from the HMRC at no cost to
yourself. If you would like to increase your donation by allowing us to claim the
gift aid please download & fill out this form and return to the Church Treasurer
at the address on the form:

You can give online via Tithely using this link:

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