From local causes to maintaining our beautiful church buildings, our mission would not be able to continue without the help of your kind gifts.
Regular giving helps us plan ahead and make the most effective use of your gift.
We are also very grateful for one-off gifts.
* Ask the sidesperson for a Gift Aid envelope and put your cash in it
* Use the card reader at the back of the church
* Put money into the Vicar’s Box at the back of the church
A legacy can be a powerful final expression of your thanksgiving to God and help ensure All Saints can continue to meet the spiritual needs of future generations. There are many ways your gift would benefit others.
We support a range of local charities and those working overseas, with emphasis on those known to members of our congregation. You’ll find a list of charities supported in 2020 here.
Theologically speaking, the church is its members, but the people of God need a weathertight building to worship in. There has been a beautiful church on our site for centuries, inspiring generations of worshippers. In addition, the church hall offers a focus for local community activities and we want to provide the best facilities possible.
We build on relationships with members of the congregation to support small charities overseas and from time to time volunteers from ASF have visited their projects.
We are blessed with a full-time children’s worker who organises worship, parent, carer and toddler groups, after school clubs and summer camps. She also does valuable pastoral work with families who are struggling in various ways.
The church has a proud history of music making and we are blessed with a wonderful choir, an enrichment to our life worshipping together.
Since 1984 any legacy left to a charity has been exempt from inheritance tax. The amount you leave to the church will therefore be deducted from your estate before tax is calculated. Your solicitor can advise on whether this exemption is applicable to your proposed legacy.
It’s helpful to specify “the Parochial Church Council of All Saints, Fulham” as the beneficiary.