Giving

Everything we have is a gift from God, and if we are to make a significant contribution to the flourishing of our city, then it matters how we use our resources.

Those of us who consider Christ Church London to be our home are encouraged to contribute to the church’s goals through financial support.

Christ Church London is both a registered charity (Registered charity: 1111950) and a limited company (no. 05546205). If you would like to find out where our money has been spent, you can download the latest annual accounts below. You can also read a visual summary here. Accounts for previous years are available to read on request. You can also find out about our Board of Trustees here.

Annual Accounts

Christmas Offering

Each year at our Carol services we take up a special offering for charity, as part of our commitment to loving and serving our city. This year our offering is going to The Sanctuary Foundation, who work closely with refugee charities and other partner organisations to welcome Ukrainians to the UK. Watch the video to find out more about the incredible work they are doing to help connect Ukrainians with hosts in the UK to provide them with a home.

We will be taking an offering at each of our Carol services, and the offering will be open until 31st December. Would you pray and consider how much you could give?

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Regular giving

Talks and articles

The Grace of Giving

David Stroud 9th May 2021

In preparation for our annual Gift Day, which we will be taking on 16th and 23rd May, David speaks about the grace of giving, looking at the example of the church in Macedonia in 2 Corinthians 8.

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The Joy of Generosity

Liam Thatcher 17th March 2019

God designed us to experience joy in generosity, so that when we give away what we have, we get a foretaste of the eternal life and joy He has planned for us. In this talk Liam reflects on 1 Timothy and looks at how giving allows us to experience “the life that is truly life”.

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The Call to Generosity

David Stroud 3rd March 2019

In this talk, David considers how a lifestyle of generosity is not only good for our hearts and for our faith, but also allows us to partner with God in accomplishing His purposes.

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