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Giving

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Our purpose is to see people far from God transformed through the power of the gospel.

At Heart Church we believe that the tithe (10% of our income) belongs to God and that the whole tithe is brought to the House of God. We also believe that the offerings we give over and above our tithe is ‘seed sown’ which God will multiply. As the Bible says "God loves a generous giver", and obeying God in this area, is key to a blessed life.

We truly thank God for your obedience and generosity.

 
Gift Aid It

*Please don't forget to Gift Aid your donation. The government adds 25p for every £1 given.

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Other ways to give

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Giving with PayPal is easy. If you don't already have a PayPal account you can checkout as a guest using your bank card.

You can also use PayPal to set up regular giving.

Bank Details

Please note that from 1 Jan 2022, we have moved from Allied Irish Bank to NatWest. We have used the Current Account Switch Service, and so if you previously set up a standing order using our Allied Irish Bank details, you do not need to do anything.

From now on, if you want to make a one-off donation or set up regular giving via standing order please use our NatWest details below:

Bank Account name
Natwest Bank Heart Church, Registered Charity Number 1119562.
Sort code Account number
56-00-61 45218390

On a Sunday

Give by cash, cheque or card using a Giving Envelope at one of our Sunday Services, or look out for one of our contactless points after the service.

Just Giving

Just Giving will automatically handle Gift Aid where applicable.

Select 'Hide my donation amount from others' in order that your donation is not made public. Entering your name is also optional.

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Breakdown of Costs for Donations

We are occasionally asked for information on the bank charges associated with donations. This is particularly the case when Churchsuite asks donors if they wish to cover the cost of these charges.

The table below shows you the charges which would be applicable for different amounts using the various methods available.

There are a number of factors to be considered though. The cheapest method of giving £5 is contactless. However, if you are a gift aider, we would not be able to reclaim tax on this donation as it is anonymous.

Certainly since the onset of the pandemic and lockdown, we were delighted that so many people were able to make the transition to online giving and many people use Churchsuite. Using Churchsuite means that we can claim more donations under gift aid than previously. In 2021, for every £1 given, we were able to claim back 19.3% compared with 16.9% in previous years. In 2022 this equates to £15,000.

Perhaps the most striking example is if you were considering making a substantial donation of say £5,000. Giving by bank transfer costs just 35p compared with the other methods that require a % of donation.

Gift ChurchSuite Card Payment ChurchSuite Direct Debit Standing Order or Bank Transfer Cheque Cash Contactless Just Giving Paypal
£5 £0.31 £0.31 £0.35 £0.70 £0.70 £0.08 £0.30 £0.27
£50 £1.30 £1.30 £0.35 £0.70 £0.70 £0.85 £1.15 £0.90
£500 £11.20 £6.20 £0.35 £0.70 £3.50 £8.45 £9.70 £7.20
£5000 £110.20 £9.20 £0.35 £0.70 £35.00 £84.50 £95.20 £70.20