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Giving

God invites us to live generous lives, and part of that is investing in his church with our gifts of time, energy, effort, and money. In giving, we also allow the church to function, flourish, and serve. There are many ways to give ...

If you would like to donate financially to Wantage Community Church there are several ways, depending how you would like to give:

I would like to make a donation now

Click wantagecc.org.uk/givenow to donate to the church.  This will allow you to make a regular or one-off donation.  If you are a UK taxpayer, you can also give us permission to claim Gift Aid on your donation by making a Gift Aid Declaration.  This is really valuable to us as it increases the amount we receive by 25% without costing you anything.

If you are already a member of the church and have access to the church’s My ChurchSuite system then you can both see the donations you have already made to the church and also make regular or one-off donations in the My Giving section of the system.  You can also manage your Gift Aid Declaration(s) there. If you simply want to register for ChurchSuite to do this, you can by emailing churchsuite@wantagecc.org.uk.

I would like to make a Bank Transfer

If you wish to make a one-off donation, or set up a standing order for regular donations, then please instruct your bank to make payment to the church’s bank account as follows:

Sort-code:                  20-97-48
Account number:   80679941
Bank Name:              Barclays Bank
Branch Address:     30 Market Square, Witney, OX28 6BJ

You can do this using your own online banking service or by downloading, filling in and returning a gift aid form (it includes a standing order mandate).

Once again, if you are a UK taxpayer, you can also give us permission to claim Gift Aid on your donation.  If you would like to do this then either email hello@wantagecc.org.uk or fill in the relevant section of the gift aid form.

I would like to give in person

By cheque or cash on a Sunday morning when we can meet physically again. Sometimes there will be an offering, but there is always a box for gifts on the information table.