St Paul’s Church is a proprietary Chapel, which means that legally it is owned by a Trust (rather than by any other organisation, such as the Church of England).
The Trust’s funds come from donations from the church’s members and friends.
The practice of members giving up a proportion of their income both as an act of worship and as the means of financing ‘the church’ began some 3500 years ago with the people of God in the Bible’s Old Testament.
Donations to St Paul’s Church may be made via the wooden offertory box by the inner doors of the New Street building.
If you wish to make a donation, you can give 25% more by:
- Completing this ‘Lump Sum Payment’ form with donations of £50 or more. You may like to consider saving up smaller gifts until they amount to £50.
- Completing this ‘Deed of Covenant’ form if you wish to give a regular amount each month. You may also set up a Standing Order to make these payments automatically.
Please place completed forms in the offertory box.
If you’d like further information, please:
- Contact Ron Treby
- Refer to the relevant information from Jersey Income Tax on: Lump Sum Payments | Deeds of Covenant