Giving to the Wellsprings Benefice
We are one community that worships together across five unique and inspiring churches. and we want to share the transforming love of Christ with everyone.
Our reason for giving in the Wellsprings Benefice is simple and Biblical; we want to be followers of Jesus and to see lives transformed through Jesus Christ.
We desire to partner with God as he brings transformation to ourselves, our local community, and throughout the world.
We want to love and follow Jesus, and build our local community sharing Christ’s transforming love where everyone’s welcome, everyone matters, and everyone’s involved.
Everyone is welcome, we want to be churches that are easy to join and we want this to be your home and to feel like you belong here.
Everyone matters those who come to church but also those who live in all our villages. We are here for all of you.
Everyone is involved we want to build communities where everyone pulls together using their gifts and time and talents, and where the faith that is within us is able to spill out and overflow to those around us.
"Each one must give as they have decided in their heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver."
The Wellsprings Benefice Churches Fund
This is our principal source of income, enabling us to undertake our Christian Ministry in both our local and global community.
There are two main ways to give, our preferred method for those giving regularly is by standing order. If you would like to give by standing order please contact us by email (email@example.com) or telephone 01380 739064.
The other way of giving is via give.net, just click this button and follow the instructions:
Are you a UK taxpayer?
If you pay tax in the UK and are eligible to Gift Aid your donation, we receive an additional 25% from the UK government.
We do not desire people to give out of guilt or coercion. The Bible does not demand people to give because of this. Instead, it says, “Each one must give as they have decided in their heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” (2 Cor 9:7)