The church is a central point of our community for private prayer, congregational worship, baptisms, marriages and funerals and other social evernts as we accommodate the daily round of worship, and a host of events, tours and meetings.
Just to keep the church running requires nearly £100,000 every year (or to put it another way, £11 for every hour of every day of every year) . And an historic building like this costs a great deal more in maintenance and repair work.
We continue to be grateful for the generosity of those who support our work, but as costs continually rise, we need to encourage all who have an interest in what we stand for to help us.
For every £10 given by taxpayers to the church, we can reclaim £2.50 from the Inland Revenue, increasing the value of your gift to £12.50. For a full explanation of the scheme and a Gift Aid form, contact our Stewardship Officer, Colin McKean
There a many ways to make a difference and we need your help
If you would like to support the churchwork and begin a conversation about your Will, a confidential discussion with a churchwarden.
Further details and a guide to writing your will to reflect your Christian Faith can also be found on the Church of England website: https://www.churchlegacy.org.uk/downloads/gifts-of-faith-hope-and-love.compressed.pdf
Parish Giving Scheme
Individual sets up with own bank Account
Gift Aid Envelopes
Found at the end of each pew. Used by tax-payers Details need to be filled in. especially postcode. and dated.
Available at the back of church as a retiring collection. Used by non-tax payers Used for direct giving