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Donations to our parish
Every amount, however small or large, one-off, or repeated – is so very welcome as the parish is entirely dependent on the offerings of the faithful for covering the running costs of the parish including priest’s flights etc. We are also in need of bigger premises and have created a building fund specifically for donations toward new premises…
You can see our need for space in this three minute video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4l4HknPHNM&ab_channel=patmcbridepatmcbride
See also our Topical News for more detail on the subject by clicking HERE
Ways of donating: at present you can donate to us in these three traditional ways:
- In person at the church: during, before, or after any Service
- By bank transfer We have been advised to remove our bank details from the website for safety reasons. Please send a little email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you the bank details. Many thanks for your understanding!
Many many many thanks!
May God bless you and may St John of Shanghai pray for you.
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PLEASE CLICK HERE to facilitate this free way of donating.
N.B.: As we are a charitable organisation which falls under the general umbrella term of “advancement of religion” in the Charity Commission of Northern Ireland, this is quoted on the amazon smile page, even though we are not aiming for a general advancement of religion, but of Orthodoxy instead.
May God bless you and may St John pray for you!