Giving

Thank you for considering giving to St James Presbyterian Church. Here are different ways you can give:

1. Online Banking

Payee Name:
St James Presbyterian Church

Account Number:
06 – 0405 – 0014590 – 000

Reference:
Your full Name (and tithe number for tax purpose, please contact our office (09) 238 9164 or email sjpc@clear.net.nz  But if you would like to be an anonymous giver then just leave the Reference block blank.

2. Setting up an Automatic Payment

An automatic payment is a weekly, fortnightly or monthly amount of your choice that comes from your account and credited into the church’s account. Just make sure to include your full name as a reference.

Bank & Branch:
ANZ
Pukekohe branch

Payee Name:
St James Presbyterian Church

Account Number:
06 – 0405 – 0014590 – 00

Reference:
Your full Name and tithe number for tax purpose. To get your tithe number please contact our office (09) 238 9164 or email sjpc@clear.net.nz  But if you would like to be an anonymous giver then just leave the Reference block blank.

3. Cash Donation

Make a cash Donation during our 10am Sunday service:

– 10am Sunday morning, Family Service

4. Visit our Church Office

You could also visit our church office during office hoursWednesday, Thursday, Friday from 9am -12pm


 TAX RECEIPTS

Tax receipts are issued in April every year for all donations made to St James Presbyterian Church, Pukekohe, using a tithe / donation number. To request a tithe or donation number for tax deductible giving please contact our office: (09) 238 9164 or email sjpc@clear.net.nz


 BEQUESTS

Bequests are a great way to continue on serving God when you go to be with the LORD. While leaving this life behind your bequests carry on impacting the work of furthering God’s kingdom here on earth.

Bequests can be arranged by your solicitor either by attaching a codicil to your existing Will or by making a new, revised Will. Having a Will is very important. It’s a helpful way to record your wish (bequests) to your family, friends, or charitable organizations.


 

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