How is Appley Bridge All Saints’ funded? Like Church of England churches, Appley Bridge All Saints does not get any money from the church nationally, or from the government. Our only income comes from the donations made by the people who come to the church, and from fund-raising events. As a church, we are very grateful for the support of all our church family.
Effects of the Coraonavirus Crisis, We fully understand that, for some, your personal financial circumstances have been seriously affected by the current restrictions and you may not be able to give at this time. We must keep each other in our prayers.
Our church was already struggling financially before the Coronavirus crisis and now things are more difficult. As there are no church services at present, some of our regular income has stopped, but our costs continue.
Please will you prayerfully consider helping our church financially, if you are able to do so?
How to give
The best way to give by standing order or bank transfer & please Gift Aid if you can
- Account name: PCC All Saints Appley Bridge, Account Number: 34245460,
- Sort code: Sort Code: 30-90-92 – quote your name as Reference
Some people give by weekly envelopes or cash; if that is the case please keep it safe & bring it to church when we restart services. If you have lots of loose cash in envelopes you may wish to contact our vicar who will arrange for them to be collected firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 01257 462350.
If you prefer to write a cheque please make it payable to PCC All Saints Appley Bridge and post it to our treasurer: Mrs Jen Tyrer , 3 Dobson Close, Wrightington, Wigan, Lancashire. WN6 9ES.
What is Gift Aid? Gift Aid is a government tax relief scheme which allows tax payers to increase the value of their gift by 25% at no extra cost to themselves.
If you are willing to donate to our church you may like to download and use this Donation Form:
Regular review: we suggest that you prayerfully review your giving annually – like household costs, church costs seem to keep going up.
More information. You may like to can download these documents for more detailed information:
Legacies: remembering your church family in your will
Money left to the Church in wills helps to secure our church building and its ministry to the Appley Bridge community for generations to come.
These gifts make a real difference to the future work of the church as regular giving often concentrates on maintaining the existing mission and ministry. A gift can be an expression of your gratitude and thanksgiving towards God, and can help keep your local church alive, and help transform its future.
Why not consider leaving the Church something in your will today, and set up a legacy?
Further information can be found on the Church Legacy web site: www.churchlegacy.org.uk
If you would like further information, or to discuss this or any other aspect of giving, please contact our Treasurer, Jen Tyrer email@example.com