Members and friends give money generously to support our ministry activities and services, pay for staff and provide the resources to make church happen. While the information below relates to financial giving, other pages on the website explain the different ways you can get involved and contribute to QPBC.
Knowing we have regularly committed giving helps us plan our strategies and activities.
The best way to set this up is as a standing order with your bank. 100% of your giving reaches us this way. Use the details below.
Sort code: 80-07-34
Account number: 00782303
You can also give through your employer’s payroll giving scheme if they have one.
Another way to do this is through the ‘My Giving’ section of your My ChurchSuite account. Although a small percentage of your giving goes to the provider of the online payment service.
Give One off
As above, you can send a one-off gift through direct bank transfer using the account details above, and we receive 100% of this, or through your My ChurchSuite account by going to the ‘My Giving’ section, where a small percentage is taken by the service provider
Other ways of giving
We are also able to take offerings at the Sunday Service.
If you’re unable to give online, we hold a collection during the service and also have giving boxes at the glass screen at the back of the Sanctuary.
In addition you can hand in or post your your giving to the office on Queens Drive.
Note that office opening hours are Monday to Friday, but hours are sometimes limited. Please phone to ensure that someone will be in the office before you set out.
If you would like to send us a cheque, please make it payable to Queens Park Baptist Church.
global focus offering
Every February we give a special offering to bolster our giving to international mission projects and people.
Every September we give a special offering which funds new projects and initiatives that we are committed to as a church.
If you pay UK tax (Income or Capital Gains Tax) please fill in, sign and return the Gift Aid form below. This will mean that we can recover the basic rate of income tax, currently 25p for each pound you give.