At King’s, our giving is as much a part of our worship as our singing.
Both are simply a response to what Jesus has done for us. All of our pastoral ministries, our staff costs and our outreach into Wycombe and overseas are paid for by financial gifts from the church. So at King’s we believe in giving regularly, generously, joyfully and sacrificially, knowing we’re advancing the kingdom.
If you’d like to give to King’s, there are several ways to do it.
If you are registered for online banking you can use your own bank’s online services to ‘make a payment’. Our bank details are Bank: Lloyds TSB, Sort Code: 30 94 28, Account # 02274470. Please use your surname and initials as your reference when doing transfers and email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you’ve set up a new transfer.
If you are not registered for online banking you can still give online with a debit or credit card by clicking the MyDonate button below. It’s worth saying that MyDonate will deduct 15 pence from any gift by debit card and 1.3% from any gift by credit card to cover their overheads.
Give cash or a cheque
Cash or cheques can be placed in the offering on a Sunday morning or brought into The King’s Centre anytime during office hours. Please make cheques payable to ‘King’s Church High Wycombe’.
If you give on a regular basis, you might like to consider setting up a Standing Order. This really helps us with our planning and budgeting. You can set this up directly with your own bank online, over the phone or in person at the bank. Please use our bank account details given above. Or you can download a Standing Order form HERE.
What is Gift Aid?
However you choose to give, as long as you are a UK taxpayer, Gift Aid enables you to boost the value of your donations by 25p for every £1 given. That means a £10 donation becomes £12.50, or a £100 donation becomes £125 and so on – at no additional cost to you. What a totally brilliant scheme.
If you haven’t already set this up, and you’d like to maximise your giving this way, please complete a Gift Aid Declaration form, available from the church office or download a form HERE.
You only need to do this once and as long as we can identify your future gifts as coming from you, we will automatically request the Gift Aid on your behalf.
Once a year it’s worth reviewing your giving to reflect any increase you have experienced in your income.