Vision 2018- Download a leaflet outlining our All Saint’s Church vision and how to give towards it by clicking here
Wi- Fi Fundraising appeal
Our PCC have agreed that church would benefit from a phone line & reliable ‘wi-fi’. Advantages would include: facilitating services, assemblies & courses; attracting & retaining hirers of the building; potential to accept credit card donations and to control the church heating remotely. £1360 (preferably gift aided) is needed for installation and 2 years of charges. Over £1,000 has already been pledged. Please will you think about and pray donating to this scheme? To donate, please speak to Jen Tyrer or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please take the time to prayerfully review your regular financial support for our church and its work.
Response leaflet : Click left to see and print the response leaflet
Our Chance To Give….
All Saints, like all Churches, doesn’t run on fresh air.
As well as prayer, fellowship, worship, mutual support, social gatherings, initiatives for our children, our school and our community, ministering to the sick and supporting individuals and families, we need income, hard cash, to make it all happen.
It costs about £750 a week to keep All Saints afloat.
We have to pay for our Priest, Sue, as part of our contribution to the wider church in the Diocese of Blackburn and the Church of England, our church building maintenance, and we give of our income to causes that we believe God wants us to support.
Our faith teaches us that giving to our church is a Christian duty, that we should give what we can regularly and with a smile on our faces!! In the same way, we give ourselves as a church.
All of the money we raised at our Christian Aid Big Brekkie event in March 2017, for example, went to the Christian Aid charity, a terrific sum in excess of £700-00. We also raised a magnificent sum of £457-00 for the Bishop of Blackburn’s Harvest Appeal at our Harvest Supper evening in September 2017.
The good folk of the All Saints family punch way above their weight when it comes to generosity and giving of time, and money to good causes.
Giving to those who are in need with a glad heart and in faith is a key part of our life as a church family.
This means that if you are a taxpayer, for every pound you give to the church from your own pocket, we can claim back 25p in tax. It increases your giving by 25%!!
This applies to any ‘donation’ you make, whether it’s buying tea and coffee, flowers, a new vacuum cleaner, new robes for the clergy – anything that a member of the congregation gives can be made into 25% more!
All you have to do is settle on the regular amount you want to give ( usually monthly) and fill in a form available from our church Treasurer Jen Tyrer ( or just pick one up from the back of church).
Paying by internet banking is the hassle free way to go! Giving via the envelope system is also a good way to do it if you are unsure about internet banking or don’t trust it.
Every year regular givers and those who give cash into the plate at services increase their giving by the rate of inflation or more: prices don’t go down, they just keep on going up!!
It’s a good idea to review the amount you give to your church as part of your new year resolutions in January, or on the anniversary of the date you started supporting All Saints financially.
We know that people can only make donations to their church according to how God helps them and no one at All Saints will ever make any comment or suggestions about anyone’s giving. Every penny received is received with prayerful thanks and a glad heart.
Pray to the Good Lord for guidance if you are unsure. Talk Jen our Treasurer or to Sue if you have queries.
Rev Sue Timmins
Remembering your church family in your will
CHURCH BANK DETAILS FOR GIVING VIA BACS OR STANDING ORDER
Please remember to put your name as the reference for any payments you make to All Saints online.
Sort Code: 30-90-92
Account Number: 34245460