Ways to Give

There are a number of ways to give to the work of the gospel at St Thomas’ church.

  1. Through the monthly offertory which is used to support the ministry staff who work at the church
  2. Through donations towards the development and maintenance of the church facilities.

See below for payment options for these options.

 

Monthly Offertory

INTERNET BANKING: 

Please put the service you attend plus “Offertory” into the transaction description (e.g. “10am Offertory”)

Bank: Westpac Banking Corporation
BSB No: 032 099
Account No: 250072
Account Name: St Thomas’ Anglican Church North Sydney

  • DIRECT DEBIT You can set up direct debit payment by completing the form here and forwarding the instruction to your bank. Please remember to notify the Church Finance by forwarding the form to accounts@st-thomas.org.au
  • CASH or CHEQUE can be placed into the offertory bag during the Sunday services or forwarded to the church office at any time.  If you would like your offering to go to a particular area of ministry, place your gift in an envelope marked with the name of the ministry you would like to support.

 

St Thomas National Trust Restoration Fund

Tax-deductible donations can be given towards the maintenance of the buildings on site covered by the National Trust (e.g. Church, old Ministry Centre, Memorial Hall).  Gifts can be made by way of cash, cheque, credit card or by direct deposit. Donation forms can be obtained from the church office or downloaded here.

Bank: Westpac Banking Corporation
BSB No: 032 044
Account No: 684033
Account Name: St Thomas’ Anglican Church North Sydney Restoration Appeal

When making an electronic funds transfer you need to enter your name in the description field, so that you can be issued with a receipt, and when returning your donation form to the church office please indicate the date on which the payment/transfer was made.

Cheques for the National Trust Fund should be made payable to National Trust of Australia (NSW) St Thomas’ Anglican Church North Sydney Restoration Appeal.