Giving has always been at the heart of what it means to trust in Jesus. How much and in what way depends on each person's situation and is a matter of prayerful consideration. Where possible, it is helpful to receive offerings by regular giving as so many of our costs go out on that basis. But each person's situation is different and you should only do what's right for you.
Click the Donate button below to make a one-off gift
(You don't need a Paypal account, just click 'Donate with a Card')
Click here for the form to setup regular giving.
It can be printed and handed to our treasurer or to your bank.
For those paying tax on income, please fill out and return this Gift Aid declaration to allow us to claim an extra 25% at no cost to yourself.
MEmbers Contact directory
If you need help with the directory, please click here to contact the administrators
sERVING & Rotas
We believe that God gifts his people with ways to enjoy serving one another.
As the apostle Peter once wrote, 'Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace' (1 Peter 4:10, NIV)
The current rota is offline whilst we are unable to meet together.
Serving each other is a big part of our life together and happens in various ways throughout the week.
Some of the areas of church life we're particularly keen to find volunteers for include:
Please speak to Tom or one of the wardens if you'd like to chat about getting more involved.
Love one another
Jesus said, ‘love one another.’ So, how can we best do that?
Friendships - praying and being there for each other.
Homegroups - sharing, encouraging and supporting.
That’s great for some people some of the time, but what’s our process for organised pastoral support?
Step 1 - Get in touch with Tom
He can offer support, but he can also call on...
Step 2 - People who can offer:
Men and women with experience in praying for people, either on Sundays or during the week.
We have people who’ve completed training on visiting and spending time with those who may be lonely, recovering, ill, bereaved or housebound.
There’s a wealth of practical gifts amongst our church family, and a willingness to help. Always feel free to ask if you’re struggling and we’ll try to find someone to get in touch or point you in a helpful direction.
We also have our new Pastoral Emergency Fund and regular Home Communion visits. If you know anyone who might be right for either of those, see Step 1!
- - -
Reading that, you might have been prompted to think, “maybe I could help with one of those ‘P’s.” If so, please chat to Tom. The more that can offer, the more we can support and encourage one another.