The work of Christ Church only continues thanks to the generosity of our congregation and other friends, who give both their time and money. We give because we love God and we care about the work of Christ Church now and in the future.
If you would like to help Christ Church by giving your time, please get in touch.
If you would like to make a donation, please consider the information below. If you have any questions, please contact David Bishop, our treasurer, by e-mail:
If you’re a taxpayer, we can claim Gift Aid on your donation - the government pays us £2.50 for every £10 you donate. All you need to do is complete a simple Gift Aid form (available below) and return it to David Bishop and then make your donation using either standing order, regular giving envelopes or Gift Aid envelopes (as described below). With Gift Aid, there is no long-term, commitment, so you can change how much you give at any time.
Ways to Donate
A standing order from your bank account is the best way to make a donation (whether you are a taxpayer or not), as it’s the simplest for us to administer. Your bank will pay the amount you tell them, either as a one-off or on a regular basis (monthly, quarterly or annually). To give this way, please complete a standing order form (available below) and return it to David Bishop.
Alternatively, we also welcome regular giving envelopes - we provide you with an envelope for each Sunday, so you can make a weekly cash or cheque donation. The envelopes are numbered to ensure your gift remains confidential, whilst still enabling us to claim Gift Aid on your donation (if applicable). Please
You can also use a Gift Aid envelope, which are available at the back of church. Place your gift in the envelope and fill in your name and address on the front, which once again enables us to claim Gift Aid on your donation (if applicable).
Of course, we also welcome simple cash or cheque donations, but ask all tax payers to use one of the above methods, so we can make the best use of your gift.