The most effective and convenient way to give is by regular standing order. Decide how much you want to give, set it up, and let your giving take care of itself each month. If you would like to set up a standing order directly with your bank, log on to your internet banking account and use the account details below…
A/C No: 47643811
Sort Code: 01 07 02
NatWest (Please use your full name as the transaction reference)
If you have any queries with regards to setting up your standing order please email accounts@liverpoolonechurch.
If you prefer, you can still give during our weekend services by filling out the envelope on your seat and dropping it in the bucket at the end of the service.
You can use the giving envelope on a weekend to give by cash, cheque and card. Don’t forget to fill in the gift aid section on the envelope if you’re a UK tax payer.
Cheques can be made payable to ‘Liverpool One Church’.
If you have any queries with regards to your giving or to speak to someone in accounts or email accounts@liverpoolonechurch.
If you are a UK Taxpayer you can add Gift Aid to your giving. Gift Aid is a government initiative, where the basic rate of tax you have already paid on your giving is relinquished to the charitable organisation you are giving to. For example, for every £1 you give, LOC receives £1.25.
The first time you add Gift Aid to your giving, you will need to fill in the Gift Aid declaration. Use the online form below or use a Giving Envelope at church on Sunday. From then on Gift Aid is automatically added to your giving.
If you give by standing order, we can also claim gift aid on these amounts. For other electronic forms of giving please make sure you complete the questions regarding gift aid.
Also, if you are in a higher income-tax bracket, then you can claim back the tax on your giving which is above the basic rate. You can contact HMRC for guidance on how you can make this claim.
If you would like assistance with regards registering for Gift Aid please email accounts@liverpoolonechurch.
I am happy for all gifts of money that I have made to Liverpool One Church in the past four years and all future gifts of money that I make, to be Gift Aid donations. I am a UK taxpayer and understand that if I pay less Income Tax & Capital Gains Tax in the current tax year than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all of my donations across all Charities, it is my responsibility to pay any difference.