We do not receive any external funds for what we do. All the ministries and mission and the admin team that supports the work is funded 100% from us the congregation of St Michael’s. Thank you for counting yourselves in to the work of God in this place.
If you would like to give financially to the Ministry and Mission of St Michael’s, you can do so in the following ways
By standing order or internet banking
To set up or amend a standing order, log in to your online banking or visit your local branch with our bank account details
Account name: St Michael’s Stoke Gifford PCC
Sort code 30–16–11
Account Number 01814843
Quote reference as: your first name and surname
Click on the donate button below
Made payable to St Michael’s Stoke Gifford PCC
If at all possible, we would be so grateful if you could try online giving instead.
Payroll Giving Via Your Employer
Many employers offer Payroll Giving which allows you to give directly to St Michael’s from your salary before tax is deducted. This means if you give £100 per month and are a basic rate taxpayer, the gift will only cost you £80 from your net pay. If you pay a higher rate of tax, £100 a month will only cost you £60 from your net pay. To find out if your employer offers Payroll Giving, contact your HR office.
Charitable Aid Agencies
You may wish to give to St Michael’s via a charitable aid agency such as Stewardship, CAF, Charities Trust, or Charitable Giving. These agencies are useful for those who give to multiple charities and wish to have their giving recorded in one place or for those who wish to give anonymously to St Michael’s.
Text STMICHAELS GIVE to the number 07380 307800
You will then be texted a link to complete your donation.
Gift Aid is a scheme available to charities which means they can claim extra money from HMRC. The charity can claim an extra 25p for every £1 you donate, as long as you’ve paid the basic rate of tax and make the donation from your own funds. That means Gift Aid can increase the value of your donations by 25%, so St Michael’s will benefit further from your giving.
UK taxpayers can also complete a simple Gift Aid form, which means the government will donate an extra 25% on top of your giving at no cost to you. What is Gift Aid?
You can complete an online Gift Aid form here
For more information on giving, or to speak to our finance team, please contact us
We consider our financial giving to be a key part of the discipleship, outreach and serving of our community that enables us to fulfil our vision of Living to Make a Difference.