Your financial help will make a much-needed difference

Thank You!

If you’re thinking of making a one-off donation or setting up regular giving to St Chad’s – Thank you! Your donation will be put to very good use.

Parish Giving Scheme (our preferred way for people to give)

One-Off Donations and Regular Giving

The Parish Giving Scheme (PGS) is a new, safe, and free (for both you and St Chad’s) way to help you give a one-off donation or set up regular giving to St Chad’s. PGS allows you to ‘Gift Aid’ your donations and, if you choose, to automatically be given the option to increase your regular giving by inflation each year.

If you prefer to donate by phone you can use the dedicated PGS telephone service: 0333 002 1260 Monday-Friday 9-5pm. This takes about 15 minutes and you will need to quote our St Chad’s PGS code: 460646223.

If you’d like to speak with someone at church about giving via PGS or would like some help to set it up, Helen Cruickshank, 0113 274 1430, (former churchwarden) is happy to help and answer questions.

Direct Bank Transfer

Bank: Nat West Bank PLC

Account name: St Chad’s Parochial Church Council

Sort code: 60-12-39

Account number: 86758799

If you give by Direct Bank Transfer, and are eligible to ‘Gift Aid’ your donation, please do so by downloading and completing the St Chad’s Gift Aid Form and returning it to or by post/hand to the Parish Office or a Churchwarden.


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Thought Of The Month


“Lord God of surprises,

we thank you that you know each one of us

and you call us to humble obedience to your will.

Give us that readiness to hear, accept and follow”

your purposes for our lives. Amen”


A prayer by Archbishop John Sentamu

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