One of the characteristics of a Christian is that we reflect God’s extravagant generosity; that we have hearts that ask how much we can give, rather than how little. Giving can be costly, but whatever stage of life you’re at, Jesus tells us ‘it is more blessed to give than to receive.’
We teach the biblical principle of stewardship. Everything we have belongs to God, and we’re only looking after what He’s given us. Many people at Gateway give generously and regularly, something we’re extremely grateful for because faith-filled giving enables the disadvantaged to be cared for, the gospel to be preached, and our family to be strengthened.
It’s with this in mind that we encourage people to give generously in proportion to income, prayerfully considering their giving to see if they can take another step:
We know that your personal circumstances will affect how you are able to give. You should never feel under any obligation to give – only give out of what you have.
WAYS TO GIVE
There are many ways you can give at Gateway:
Log on to your online banking and set up a direct bank transfer. Please use your surname and initials as your reference. Our account details are below:
Gateway Church Swindon
Sort Code: 20-84-58
Account Number: 13163296
For more information on how we will process donations you make by direct bank transfer, please go to gcswindon.org.uk/privacy
Text ‘GCS give 25’ (or any other amount) to 60777.
Just add a ‘w’ or ‘m’ to make it a weekly or monthly donation (e.g. ‘GCS give 25w’).
We take up an offering at every Sunday meeting. Use the giving envelopes provided to give via cash, cheque (payable to ‘Gateway Church Swindon’) or debit card.
Please put your name on the envelope, and tick the Gift Aid declaration, so we can claim Gift Aid where possible.
Gift Aid is a government initiative which means that, if you’re a UK taxpayer, Gateway can claim an extra 25p for every £1 you give – at no extra cost to you!
FOR MORE INFORMATION
If you have any queries or require further information about giving or finance, please get in touch.
You can do this by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01793 526130.