Supporting the work and maintenance of St Lawrence & St Saviour
[2 Corinthians 9:7]
A growing parish with an ambitious future
For nearly one thousand years this parish has served our community, making Christ known to our neighbours, baptising new believers, marrying lovers, and burying the dead. Our worship is deeply reverent, and our pulpits boldly proclaim God's message of salvation for all who repent and believe.
It costs £2500 per week for our two churches to offer all they do for our community. Sadly the Covid 19 pandemic has decimated our finances. Like so many churches, our survival is dependent upon the generosity of members of the parish and our visitors to whom we are grateful for whatever they can afford to give. Please consider gift aiding donations so we can reclaim the tax. For assistance please contact the parish office or fill out the enquiry form below.
Ways you can donate:
In services we offer a traditional collection during the service as well as a Tap & Pay card reader for those preferring cashless offerings. Please fill out the gift aid envelops available.
Take the annual pledge
In October 2022 and every year thereafter, we will be inviting parishioners to make a financial pledges to the work of our two churches in the following year. This will be a special service of praise and thanks giving for all God is planning to do amongst us.
Regular donations can be made by Standing Order obtained from the church office or by email
One of donation can be made by BACS (please insure you identify you gift with your name and let us know you are making it):
Account Number 40816019
Sort Code 20-02-53
Leave a legacy
Would you be willing to remember us in your will? A major source of funding for churches down the centuries and today is been money left to parishes in legacy. Your legacy will mean that long after your life is over you will stil be contributing to the ministry and upkeep of our two beautiful historic buildings. Please fill out the enquiry box at the bottom of the website
"Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver."