Giving

“But since you excel in everything – in faith, in speech, in knowledge, in complete earnestness and in the love we have kindled in you – see that you also excel in the grace of giving” 2 Corinthians 8:7 (NIV)

Ways to give

1. Bank transfer and direct debit options:

Sort Code: 93-87-93
Account: 68337189

2. Cash/Cheques:

Simply make any cheques (including building fund) out payable to “Liberty Church”

Many at Liberty still give CASH or CHEQUE donations. If you become a regular at Liberty you can get an internal gift aid number and use the envelope system, inserting your number and amount when you give – this enables your donation to be Gift Aided. To gift aid you must have paid UK tax equivalent in the tax year to what you are claiming through Gift Aid.

If you give cash without an envelope (Gift Aided donation) up to £20 per person per collection can be claimed through the Small Donations Scheme for charities to make your donations go further…

3. Send Liberty Church a donation via PAYPAL:

4. Church Suite app – which is available to anyone at Liberty registered to use it:

https://liberty.churchsuite.co.uk/donate/

This link also enables you to pay monthly through this online facility, or to give a one time donation. Gift Aid can also be processed.

Giving – why give?

At Liberty church we believe in a Biblical understanding and use of the believer’s finances. We believe that a healthy perspective is that God owns all things but entrusts resources of money, time and talents to us which He expects and invites us to STEWARD faithfully and generously. A primary area of our stewardship is into the local church where we belong. If you come along to Liberty we offer information and teaching opportunities on various themes for living including Biblical stewardship of finances and believe that knowing how to steward finances and grow in generosity is crucial.

Another reason to GIVE is because the ministry of the local church will not flourish without faithful stewardship and generosity. We can pray for things to happen but if we are not prepared to give toward that then something is wrong with our perspective. It takes finances to maintain and expand the Kingdom advancing work of church. There is also a Biblical command to care for (includes renumeration) Pastors/teachers in the church and also to care for the needy and marginalised among us and around us.