Giving to All Saints
If you'd like to make a one-off or regular gift to the ministry of All Saints, then please click the button below:
Why give to All Saints?
All of the activities at All Saints are paid for by the generosity of those who attend. There's no central funding from the Church of England or the government, rather everything comes from those who give. All of the ministries at All Saints; children, youth, seniors, outreach, pastoral care, music, world mission, administration and the staff and running costs to make it all happen cost a lot of money.
The only way in which we can do all these activities is through church members partnering with us financially to support these areas of ministry. Our motivation to give as Christians ultimately comes from the Lord Jesus, who has given everything for us:
‘For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that you through his poverty might become rich.’
Each year in November we set out the vision for ministry at All Saints and the budget needed to make that happen. If you'd like to consider giving to All Saints on a regular basis as a member of All Saints then please do read the following documents:
How can I give?
If you want to give now, please click on the 'Donate' button above.
We encourage regular giving by standing order. Please use our bank details below, and do get in touch if you're donations are eligible for Gift Aid.
Account Name: Lindfield PCC Covenant Account
Sort Code: 20-49-76
Account Number: 90408913
Those who have left legacies to All Saints have had and continue to have a significant impact towards the ongoing mission of All Saints and beyond. If you'd like to explore leaving a gift to All Saints in your will please have a read of our Legacy Leaflet
and consider a confidential conversation with our legacy officer, Nick Hawes.
Some employers offer a Payroll Giving Service, enabling you to make a payment to the church from your salary each month. Because this payment is made before you are taxed, it is a tax-efficient way to give, especially if you are a higher-rate tax payer. Some employers will even offer to match your contribution!