"The World of the Generous gets Larger & Larger"
We believe in the biblical principles of tithes and offerings: if everyone takes care of the principle of tithes and offerings, it provides resource to create a healthy community and organisation.
We are a generous church that loves to give.
There are so many ways you too can give, fill out our online form to start giving today.
We are so thankful for how generous the people of London Riverside Church are, which is enabling us to achieve our vision.
There are so many ways you can give. Have a look at the list below for more details.
how do i give?
how to give?
One of the most convenient and efficient ways to give is by setting up a regular standing order or by making direct bank payments. If you want to make a direct payment into our Bank accounts or setup a standing order, please find our details below.
Account Name: London Riverside Church
Sort code: 16-30-10
Account Number: 10157749
Every Sunday during one of our main services, offering envelopes are given out which enables you to give by card, cash or cheque. You can also gift aid it and then place it in one of the offering containers.
Call 07506 288 886 and have your card ready
Online giving is a quick and easy way to give. Click on the button below which will take you to our payment system and complete the online form with your details.
If you are a UK tax payer, for every £1 you give, we can claim 25p back from HM Revenue & Customs. You will find details of how to set this up below.
Please claim gift aid on my donation to London Riverside Church. This includes all donations for this year and the previous four years. Plus any future donations. Unless I notify you otherwise. I can confirm that I am a UK taxpayer and I understand that if I pay less income tax and/or Capital gains tax then the amount of gift aid claimed on all my donations in that tax year it is my responsibility to pay any difference
Please notify us if you want to cancel this declaration. Change your name or home address or no longer pay sufficient tax on your income and/or capital gains.