Your contributions will help this church to continue to build on and strengthen its mission to be a welcoming, caring, worshipping Christian community, and there are various ways to make your donations for the work of Kingston URC.
(If you are a UK tax payer please do complete the Gift Aid declaration in each case. In that way, and at no extra cost to you, your donation will be worth an extra 25%!)
How to donate?
Click the BT MyDonate link which you will find on every page of this website and use a credit or debit card to make a one-off or regular donation. Alternatively you can access the site directly. Either way, super-easy, no fees, and if you are a UK tax payer you can GiftAid your donation as you make it!
Complete one of the forms available at the rear of the church to initiate standing-order payments to KURC.
Make regular cash gifts via the offering at Sunday services. By using the offertory envelopes (available from Nigel Tunley) you allow the church to reclaim GiftAid as appropriate.
One-off payments by cash, cheque or bank transfer are always welcome. On weekdays, it is possible to give your cash or cheque donation to one of the premises team. As always, if you are a UK tax payer, please GiftAid your donation if possible. If you would prefer to make a personal online bank transfer, the bank details are as follows:
Kingston United Reformed Church
Sort code 20-46-76.
With the agreement of your family, you may also wish to leave something in your will to Kingston United Reformed Church. If you have a will already, you can amend it via a codicil to include KURC. If you have yet to write a will, you can list KURC as a beneficiary.
For further information, please see KURC's document, 'A place in your will' (tri-fold, two pages). Thank you.
Many thanks for your support - donations are very welcome!
Recent fundraising for specific projects:
2016: Our 'Acorn Fund' is again in operation to raise additional funds for our Foyer ministry. This is over and above the regular contributions made by members and friends of KURC.
2014: We were able to raise enough money to buy a grand piano.
2012: After a huge fund raising effort and several social events , we were able to replace our 35 year old kitchen to better meet the needs of our church and our community.
2010: We raised enough money to fund the installation of the now, much-used shower.