There are a range of ways you can support the work of the parish, both financially and through involvement.
You can donate to the parish via our
secure and easy to use ‘give a little‘ page
There are a range of ways to set up regular donations to the parish, all in your control to adjust as and when you need to:
- Standing Order – you can set this up via online or telephone banking, in person at the bank or contact the parish for assistance. Parish bank account details for the standing order are below. You can also download a form to print and sign here.
- Regular Giving envelopes – to add to the collection plate at Mass
Please email Margaret Found, our Parish Treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will be able to provide you with all the necessary details.
PAYEE’S BANK DETAILS
National Westminster Bank plc
Sort Code: 60-21-27
A/c No.: 06514723
A/c Title: PRCDTR St James and St Boniface RC Parish
Address of Branch: 11 Fore St, Tiverton, EX16 6LW
The parish has a contactless donations point as you enter the church.
This simple, easy to use device is familiar to us all – simply select how much you wish to donate and tap your card over the device to donate!
If you wish to Gift Aid your donation, simply provide your details the first time you do this and you’ll be registered with the parish.
Register your donations as Gift Aided with the parish and we will be able to claim an extra 25% for free!
Just simply download the Gift Aid form, complete, sign and return to the parish and we’ll do the rest.
Alternatively, make a payment through our online ‘give a little‘ page or using our contactless payment device at church and you can register for gift aid there too!
“Easyfundraising” is a way to raise funds for the parish whist shopping online! It costs you nothing and, over the last few years, we have raised just short of £1000 for the parish!
Not all sellers are a part of it, but whenever you shop online, go to https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/stjamestiverton and see whether the seller is there and click on the relevant link.
Everyone has something to offer the parish community and we value everyone’s gifts. There are many ways you can get involved in parish life, for example at Mass you might volunteer to be a welcomer, a reader or be involved as a musician or singer in the choir, or you might feel called to join one of the many parish groups involved in catechesis, evangelisation, care of the parish buildings or social outreach. More information can be found about this on the website, particularly under the “Our Community” section or feel free to speak to one of the clergy or contact the Parish Office. We look forward to speaking to you.