Your generosity changes lives as we bring the message of hope to our city!
WAYS TO GIVE
Giving electronically is a quick and easy way to give regularly. Our bank details are:
Name: St John’s Anglican Church Parramatta
Reference: Your congregation (eg. E9:30)
One-off or regular gifts can be made via credit or debit card. Simply enter your credit or debit card details and choose your congregation. One-off gifts do not require account creation or log-in.
Please note, a 1.9% + $0.30 processing fee will be deducted from the total amount which goes to the platform provider. There is an option provided for you to ‘cover the fees’ if you are willing and able.
We no longer have a collection during our Sunday services, rather we encourage members to give via bank transfer.
Tax deductible giving
Gifts to the ongoing ministry of St John’s are not tax deductible. If you prefer to donate to the tax-deductible St John’s Building Fund the details are:
If you require a receipt for donations, please contact us with your name and address.
The Marsden Fund
Training the next generation of gospel workers in Parramatta.
St John’s Anglican Cathedral is committed to sending gospel workers into the harvest to engage our city and the world with the hope of the risen Christ. By giving to the Marsden Fund, you are taking part in raising up men and women, to train and equip them for ministry, and to see this city transformed. We are excited to see what God will do in Parramatta and around the world over the coming years and decades through the St John’s Intern program – we would love for you to join us in this journey by supporting the Marsden Fund.
CLICK HERE for more information on our current interns.
Leaving a bequest to St John’s in your will is a wonderful way to support our vision. If you would like to leave a lasting legacy in this way for the general purposes of St John’s then the following words could be included in your will.
To the wardens of the time being of St John’s Anglican Church Parramatta to be applied for such purposes of the parish in which the church building is situated as may be determined from time to time by a majority of the parish council of the parish or if there is no parish council, by the majority of the wardens of the church. The receipt by any two of the wardens shall be a sufficient discharge for my executors.