At Potters Church we believe that living in a relationship with God involves a habit of regularly giving to His work. We think that if we’re committed to what God is up to, we should put our money where our mouth is. It also means that charities and ministries doing wonderful work can keep doing it, and even grow it. You can see the charities and ministries we support, as a whole church, here. Oh, and one important thing, if you visit us as a guest, this isn’t for you. We’re convinced that this giving habit is for God’s committed people, not for people who are trying us out, so please feel free to come and visit us and see what we do without feeling any pressure to give! For those who want to, we’ve listed some options below.
GIVE BY STANDING ORDER
Ideally, we ask people who want to give to our work to do so by a standing order. We think that this helps the church’s ministries to build strong plans for the future, as well as building lives of generosity for the givers.
To set up a standing order, you can simply log in to your online banking or visit your local bank branch, quoting our bank account details are below
(Please note: If you are giving to a specific Potters Church group, please reference the name of the group in your bank payment)
Sort Code: 01-03-69
Account Number: 30145589
Reference: Surname & First Initial
Boost your donation by 25p of gift aid for every £1 you donate. If you’re a UK taxpayer, please check if we can claim Gift Aid on your gift.
To allow us to claim gift aid on your behalf, you can complete the declaration below.
Please note: This payment option will not allow you to specify your donation to a specific group.
GIVE BY CHEQUE/BANK TRANSFER
You can make a donation to the work of Potters Church by a cheque, payable to The Potters House
You can also make a bank transfer using the details above for ‘Standing Order’
(Please note: If you are giving to a specific Potters Church group, please reference the name of the group in your bank payment. If you are giving by cheque, please write the name of the group you are giving to on an envelope.)