Like other churches we are almost entirely dependent on the generosity of our local community for our financial support and we always welcome new donations. With service restricted and collections suspended at the present time for health reasons, we have lost an important source of income, which with your help we can replace.
How to give
When visiting the church, you can donate using our contactless donation device just inside the North door (the one facing the Old School). Choose from a variety of donation amounts, and you can even include Gift Aid (if eligible) by registering your card with Swiftaid – further details here.
Make a one off donation by debit or credit card or bank transfer using our page at Give A Little (using the button below, which takes you to a secure website where you can safely make an online donation). Alternatively, make a direct bank transfer to Holy Trinity, using this form to notify us we can claim Gift Aid on your donation: One-off gift, with Gift Aid declaration
Make a regular donation
- By direct debit using the Parish Giving Scheme (our preferred method) by visiting https://www.parishgivingscheme.org.uk/ or by telephoning 0333 002 1271 – quoting our parish number 10-2010154
- By Standing Order: If you prefer to make regular payments by Standing Order, please fill in the form downloadable below and the accompanying Gift Aid declaration:
(When completed, please post your form to: Honorary Treasurer, Church Office, The Old School, Church Street, Cuckfield, West Sussex, RH17 5JZ)
If you are a UK taxpayer please make a Gift Aid declaration which will increase the value of your donation to us – at no cost to yourself – by 25%.
No matter how large or small, gifts in wills make a direct impact on the mission and ministry of our church. Here at Holy Trinity, we use legacies in line with the donor’s wishes. More information can be found in our Legacy Leaflet, available here.
If you have any questions about the Stewardship Appeal or the giving schemes then please contact the Stewardship Chairman, Clive Simmonds.