Giving

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There is a variety of ways you can get involve and contribute to St. Nicholas Church, from being part of one of our ministry teams to providing groceries to the food bank project, financial giving and much more!

WAYS TO GIVE….

✔️FOODBANK PROJECT

Foodbank is a life changing community based project. It is designed to help families an individuals in crisis through the provision of emergency food supplies. It’s a simple and practical way where you can contribute and support local well being. You can donate your time or food. Please talk to Simon for further details. Shopping list just in case … Milk (powdered), sugar ( 500g), fruit juice (carton), soup, pasta sauces, rice pudding (tinned), instant mash potato, meat (tinned), jam, biscuits and toiletries (toothpaste, deodorant etc).

✔️FINANCIAL GIVING

This church depends on the generosity of its people for their giving of time, talent and money. Regular giving helps our Finance Team to make the most of your financial gifts. Knowing the amount of income that has been pledge enables realistic budgeting for all services, activities and education that we hope to provide.
Regular giving can be done by:

✅Standing Order

      through your bank (download form)

✅Weekly Envelope

      numbered envelopes are provided for each week of the year into which you can place your offering to bring to church with you.

✅Give As You Earn

      a payroll giving scheme offered by some companies. For information contact your HR Department or go to www.cafonline.org

If you are a tax payer in the UK please considered Gift Aiding your donation. This enables us to reclaim the income tax that you have paid on the gift and increases your giving by 20%.

Our Leadership team has pledge to increase our giving to the Common Fund by 10% in 2015 which means we will have to find an additional £1000+. Please think about how you can help us reach this amount and also increase our income so that we can do more things to serve God and our community.

“But just as you excel in everything… see that you also excel in this grace of giving”