Give

regeneration wouldn’t exist without the generous financial support we receive from others.

Online giving

There are several ways to make a regular or one-time online gift.

Bank Transfer

Make a gift electronically and securely through bank transfer. Our details for you to make this type of gift are as follows:

Account Name: regeneration

Account Number: 41633023

Sort Code: 40-24-30

Bank: HSBC

When setting this up, you can choose whether this is just a one-time gift, or if on a particular date in each month you'd like it to repeat.

Paym

We’ve signed up for Paym, a quick and secure way to give someone money through your bank’s mobile banking or payments app money just by knowing their phone number. Make a donation to regeneration through Paym with the phone number 07818 585675.

Pingit

You can also make a mobile payment via Pingit, Barclays’ app for quick and secure giving just by knowing someone’s phone number. Give a gift to regeneration via Pingit with the phone number 07818 585675.

Benevolence fund

Support others in the church during COVID-19

Give online in your usual way but label your gift 'Benevolence' if you'd like to contribute to this fund that supports those struggling financially, specifically because of COVID-19.

Any money left over in this fund once the virus is deemed to have passed will be transferred into our Vision Fund.

Charity giving

Support other ministries

Just as we encourage people at regeneration to give 10% of what they earn, we also give out at least 10% of what we bring in, going towards supporting charities and community projects, all of which do not directly benefit us.

We give regularly to a few charities, but also select a charity for each month throughout the year to support.

This month's charity is for Life Center Beirut.

If you'd like to give to this charity, do so online but label your gift 'Life Center Beirut'.

What happens to the money I give?

Just as we encourage people at regeneration to give 10% of what they earn, we also give out at least 10% of what we bring in, going towards supporting charities and community projects, all of which do not directly benefit us. Charities we have supported in the past include International Justice Mission, Open Doors, The Bible Society and Compassion UK.

The rest of what we have goes towards supporting our big vision of seeing our community come to know Jesus and bringing lasting, life-transforming change through Him.

Give Regularly

There are a few ways to give to regeneration on a regular basis.

Standing Order

A Standing Order is an instruction that you give to your bank to pay a set amount at regular intervals into someone else’s account until cancelled. It differs from a Direct Debit because you are in control; setting the amount to give each time and you can cancel it when you want.

If you’re a taxpayer, we can claim back the basic rate tax through the government's gift aid scheme, currently an extra 25p for every £1 you give, without it costing you any extra. Make your Standing Order go further with gift aid.

Gift Aid

If you’re a taxpayer, we can claim back the basic rate tax through the government's gift aid scheme, currently an extra 25p for every £1 you give, without it costing you any extra. Make your Standing Order go further with gift aid.

Envelope Scheme

If you would like to give regularly through cash, the Envelope Scheme should be your method of giving. Each person on the scheme is assigned a number and respective envelope in which they can give their money each month.

The benefits of the envelope scheme over putting cash in our collection bucket is that if you’re a taxpayer, we can claim back the basic rate tax through the government's gift aid scheme, currently an extra 25p for every £1 you give, without it costing you any extra. By having your cash in an envelope we can make sure your giving qualifies for gift aid, making your gift go further.

Give As You Earn

Payroll giving is one of the most tax-effective ways for you to donate to regeneration Church. Your donation is taken from your pre-tax salary, meaning that part of your donation comes from money that would have otherwise gone to HMRC and therefore the more tax you pay, the greater the incentive. To give in this way, your employer must offer a payroll giving scheme. Find out more about Give As You Earn.