Giving is an important part of our Christian life together. We give because God gave to us first, and by giving we draw closer to each other and to God.
The church receives no funding from the government and we are dependent on the generosity of our church members and local community for our continued existence. There are many ways in which you can give to support our church.
Please consider joining our Giving Scheme to give regularly. You can either give by standing order or request weekly collection envelopes, which you can put money inside and place in the collection plate every week. If you would like to request envelopes or a standing order form, please speak to Jane or fill out the form below.
Any amount you give makes a difference.
Consider leaving a legacy in your will. Leaving a gift to St Nicholas Church in your will is one of the most valuable and lasting ways you can continue to support the mission and ministry in our community. For more information, take a leaflet from the back of church, visit churchlegacy.org.uk or speak to a member of the clergy team.
As a parish we support the work of the Delhi Brotherhood Society. We always have a collection plate for donations to the Brothers in Delhi at the back of the church. Find out more about the Delhi Brotherhood here.
Other Ways to Give
Donating Items – We hold a Christmas Bazaar and a Summer Sale every year at St Nick’s to raise money. You can help by donating good quality items that we can sell. You can also help by coming along to buy and inviting your friends to come!
Hiring the Hall – A good source of income for us is hiring out the church hall as a venue for parties and events. Consider hosting your party in our hall, or suggest it to friends who are looking for a venue. Find out more about hiring the hall.
Volunteering – Your time and commitment is just as valuable to us as anything else! Find out about the many different ways in which you can volunteer.
If would like to know more about giving at St Nick’s, please speak to Jane or fill out the form below.