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Give

 

Make A Donation

During the lockdown due to Coronavirus we are more reliant than ever upon donations. If you would like to make a donation please click here and you will be redirected to an online Giving page, Thank you

If you would like to set up a regular donation please Download this Standing Order Form 

Fill it in and return it to us by by post: Treasurer, St Paul's Church, Church Street, Longridge, PR3 3WA

(Please don not drop off forms at the church office, forms must be returned in a SEALED ENVELOPE)

 We'll forward it on to your bank or building society.

If you are a UK taxpayer please consider filling in the Gift Aid Declaration section of the form, so that we can claim an extra 25 pence for every £1 that you donate at no extra cost to you.

During regular times we have Collections at our Sunday Services where cash donations are welcome.  If you are able to, please use the Gift Aid envelopes provided.

Leaving a Legacy

When we think of the past, it is important to remember that generations of parishioners have been kind enough to leave a legacy to the church. Some for specific purposes, such as the building of the Parish Room at St Lawrence's, and some of a more general nature.  Some have been lump sums to be spent, and some have been left to be invested, so we can use the income going forward. Should you feel able to make the church a beneficiary of your will, you will know that you will join a distinguished group of benefactors, and help to continue to support a thriving Parish well into the future.

Time and Talents

‘Giving’ isn't just about ‘money’, equally important is our giving of ‘time’ and ‘talents’ to God. If you feel able to support us in this way, please speak to Rev Mike or see the following information links:

Resourcing the Vision  &  Pledge Form

 

Should you require any further information about either Making a Donation or Leaving a Legacy, please either speak to the Treasurer, Graham Kelsall, or email him at graham@oaktreehouse.net.