Donate

Your generous donations make the vision of Salisbury Methodist Church and God’s work possible

We are so grateful for your donations and fundraising efforts, they are critical in:

  • supporting the ministry of the church
  • supporting the family work and office administration
  • providing a good building
  • supporting the outreach
  • contributing to Methodist Funds and other charities, enabling us to reach out globally and locally.

Whatever and however you give, you are making a difference to our church

We are grateful for all donations and aim to make it as easy and as flexible as possible for you to donate in a way that suits you:

Online

Please donate hereWe are now able to accept online card donations using give.net.

Just click the button to donate by card as a one off or as a regular transaction. You can also Gift Aid* your donation.

Please note that if you tick the Anomonous donation box, we will not receive any of your details; all the information that you give will only be used be used by give.net to process your card transaction and for gift aid*.

Sunday collections
With Covid-19 restrictions in place, and when we have a congregation, there is a box for collections as you enter the sanctuary. However, we would prefer that, if possible, you use either our online donation above, or create a regular standing order with us.

Regular Standing Order
If you prefer not to give cash, you can easily set up a regular Standing Order to pay directly into the Church Bank Account. This is also eligible for Gift Aid*. Standing Order forms are available from Sue Gilbert, or can be downloaded here. For our church this is the most cost efective way to give.

* If you are a U.K. taxpayer Gift Aid means that for every pound you give we receive an extra 25 pence from the U.K. Government.

Leaving a legacy
When making a will you may, as a friend of our church, want to consider leaving a gift to provide a lasting legacy for the church and its work. It is wise to speak to a solicitor if you’re planning to make a will. If you would like any information on bequest wordings, please contact Nigel Thorne.