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The Church is a charity. Everything that the Church of Scotland does locally, nationally and internationally depends on charitable giving. Ceres, Kemback and Springfield Church, as part of the Church of Scotland, relies, therefore, on the generosity of their congregation and community to support them in meeting the costs of mission, ministry and the upkeep of buildings. There are many ways in which you can support our Church.
Ways of giving
· Regular giving is easiest done through a Standing Order or Weekly Freewill Offering envelopes. Contact the Gift Aid Treasurer for details through: email@example.com.
· The Church of Scotland Online Giving page on their website enables you to use PayPal to give to an individual congregation like Ceres, Kemback and Springfield Church. Go to https://cos.churchofscotland.org.uk/donate/ to donate.
· Did you know that whenever you buy online, you could raise a free donation to Ceres, Kemback and Springfield Church? There are thousands of retailers on board including Amazon, John Lewis, Tesco, Boots, Argos… Sign up for free at https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/cereskembackandspringfieldchurch/
By going to easyfundraising first when placing an online order, the retailer will make a donation to the church that costs you nothing!
Gift Aid It
If you are a UK taxpayer, you can also increase your giving by 25%, at no cost to yourself, by filling in a Gift Aid Form or using one of our Gift Aid Envelopes, available in all three churches. Contact the Gift Aid Treasurer at: firstname.lastname@example.org.