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Our work is dependent on the generous giving of members and friends of the church. Christians believe that the Bible provides guidance on giving. However, here at Christ the King no one is compelled to give to the Church, although we do believe that those who love Jesus and are committed to our work for Him will most definitely want to.
 

“Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver” 

(2 Corinthians 9.7)

There are a variety of ways by which you can currently give to the work of Christ the King:

Monthly planned giving direct from your bank. Many members of the church commit to a regular monthly gift to CtK, recognising that this is an expression of biblical priciples and the love of Jesus. As well as being practical and convinient. we often call this "planned giving". 

We use "Parish Giving Scheme" run by the Church of England to administer our planned giving. It collects money direct from your bank account and any available Gift Aid from the government.

We do hope you will join this scheme, in which case please collect a form from the church office.

N.B. please only use original pre-printed forms obtained from the church. These will include CtK's reference details. 

More information is available from our Treasurer, Bob Dore (contact direct or via the church office).

One-off gifts: You can make a one-off gift by cash or by a cheque payable to “The PCC of the Church of Christ the King Kettering”. If you have already signed a Gift Aid Declaration you do not need to sign any further forms but simply tell us that your gift is covered. But if you have not signed a Gift Aid Declaration and are eligible please enclose one of the following forms with your gift:

One Off Gift Aid Form

On Going Gift Aid Form

As giving is part of our worship, we pass baskets around as we sing. If you are visiting, please don’t feel you have to give, although you are welcome to! Tokens are available for those who give electronically as it helps some of us to remember our giving in this way. Alternatively cheques can be left at the church office. If you wish to make a direct payment by on-line banking, please email the Church Office for our Account details.


 

Andy Stilwell, 24/01/2019