Supporting our church
It costs £1000 per week to continue running St. Mary's, Chartham.
There are no grants or payment from national church or government. It is entirely funded by voluntary donations.
Giving thanks at St. Mary's Chartham.
You can give in many different ways...
Stewardship Envelopes. Add an offering to weekly envelopes we can supply. We can claim Gift Aid if you are a taxpayer.
Standing Order. You can set up a Standing Order to the church via your bank. This can often now be done via Internet/Online Banking. You can amend the payment whenever you wish and you are in control. Most givers give a regular Monthly offering. Account Name: PCC of St.Mary's Church Chartham, Sort Code: 30-91-60 Acc No: 00247337. We may be able to claim Gift Aid if you are a taxpayer and you have registered with us to Gift Aid.
Bank Transfer / BACS. You can send a Payment or Bank Transfer to the church. This can often now be done via Internet/Online Banking. Account Name: PCC of St.Mary's Church Chartham, Sort Code: 30-91-60 Acc No: 00247337. We may be able to claim Gift Aid if you are a taxpayer and you have registered with us to Gift Aid.
The Stewardship CauseFinder makes it easy to manage your giving, helping you to choose and support the causes you care about most. From mission to microbiology, you'll fund it all from one place online. St. Mary's Chartham has a Stewardship
Account number: 20102573 / St Marys Church Chartham
Fill in the form below by ticking the box on how you want to give. You can choose a One off payment, Weekly or Monthly.
There is much to give thanks for at St. Mary's. For centuries, our Parish Church has been a spiritual home to generations of villagers, and our inspirational building which not only helps shape the character of our village, but is a reminder of the presence of God in our daily lives, supporting people at times of joy and of sorrow.
We are grateful to all who support our work – generously giving their time, their talents and their money.
St Mary's is very much at the heart of our community life, offering a haven of peace and reflection. The church stands as a reminder of the presence of God in our daily lives,
Your support will help us to...
Continue to offer regular worship, in addition to Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals, and those services which bring the community together at Christmas, Easter, Harvest, and Remembrance Sunday.
Visit the sick, bereaved and others in pastoral need, including those in local retirement and care homes.
Care for our church building, so that this focus for community and spiritual life can be passed on to future generations.
Develop an exciting new work with children and young people in collaboration with other churches. To enhance our youth and family work.
For more information, please get in touch with us on our Contact page.