God has been extravagantly generous to us and we love to recognise Him for this as part of our worship. Our vision is to share God’s goodness with everyone in Cambridge and beyond.
St Barnabas relies on giving by its members to fund everything it does towards this vision. We’re so thankful to God for providing everything we have, and we want to do what he wants with all areas of our lives, including our money. We therefore encourage everyone to give regularly and the easiest way is to set up a standing order.
It’s a joy to see what God does with the simplest gifts, thank you for your generosity.
Set up a standing order with your bank. Use the details below and please contact us to let us know your pledge. This will help us establish Gift Aid for your giving if you're registered as a Gift Aid donor.
Payable to: St Barnabas Church, Cambridge
Sort Code: 40-52-40
Account number: 00016420
One off donation
You can make a one-off donation online. One-off donations can be made using credit/debit cards and you will be given the opportunity to Gift Aid the donation.
Simply text ‘STBS00’ followed by either £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10 to 70070 to give that specified amount to St Barnabas, e.g. text ‘STBS00 £10’ to give £10 to St Barnabas Church. You will receive a reply asking if you wish to Gift Aid your donation.
Your gift will be taken by your mobile service provider and passed on to St Barnabas in full. You may be charged for the text message by your mobile service provider.
Gift Aid is a really valuable source of income for the church. If you pay Income or Capital Gains tax in the UK, we can claim an extra 25p on every £1 given, at no extra cost to you.
To enable us to do this, please select "Yes, claim Gift Aid" when making any type of donation online. If you are giving via a cash donation, cheque or through a standing order please fill out the form below.
1. Please notify St Barnabas Church if you want to cancel this declaration, if you change your name or home address, or if you no longer pay sufficient tax on your income and/or capital gains. Gift Aid is linked to the basic rate of tax, currently 20%, which allows charities to reclaim 25p for every £1 donated.
2. If you pay Income Tax at the higher rate or additional rate and want to receive the additional tax relief due to you, you must include all your Gift Aid donations on your Self-Assessment tax return