"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
St Margaret's could not run without the faithfulness of regular givers. whether it is £5, or £100 to help keep our ministries running effectively, compassionately and safely, every penny is used carefully in God’s work. You can support St Margaret's through monthly giving here. This is called the Parish Giving Scheme where you can register - it is what we use at St Margaret's for our regular givers and it is the most efficient way for us to manage our finances.
To find out more about the PGS (Parish Giving Scheme) Click here
Give One-Off: If you would like to financially support the work of St Margaret's Community Church, which includes helping sustain our busy community Foodbank, and our many community projects, please complete the secure form below to give a one-off donation, using your debit or credit card. You can also call us on our office number 019467 69003 or 0800 368 8882 and one of our team will be in touch to help you with your giving.
You can include St. Margaret's within your will by the addition of a straightforward clause. Gifts from legacies can make an enormous difference to the life of the church and the impact on our local community. Even a small percentage of the residuary estate can be a sizeable amount, and contribute significantly to the work of our church. To help you consider what you possess and who you would like to give it to, see this template to help.
There are a number of schemes for free will writing, and low-cost will writing. Have a look at this summary: Free will-writing
To give a share of your estate to St. Margaret's, use this wording: “I give ______ % of my residuary estate free of all taxes to the Parochial Church Council of the parish of St. Maragret's Southsea (registered charity number1189666) in the Diocese of Portsmouth for its general purposes, and I declare that the receipt of an officer of the Parochial Church Council shall be a sufficient discharge to my executors and trustees.”