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Covid-19 and Church Offerings

Due to the closure of our churches, there will be no income from weekly offerings for the coming months.

If you haven't thought about giving by standing order before, now is the time!

You could even make it a weekly standing order, and stop it when things are back to normal, if you would still prefer to pay cash. But it would certainly help the Parish if you would consider setting up a standing order to carry us through. This can be done by calling your bank or raising it online, so no need to visit a bank.

You will need our bank details, as follows:

Bank: Allied Irish Bank

Account name: St Mary's Mission Ipswich

Sort code: 23-85-87

Account Number: 32581081

With grateful thanks for your continued support.

Tax payers should consider signing a Gift Aid to enable the Parish to reclaim the tax which has been deducted from income prior to making offertory contributions. The procedure is very simple.

Print off a copy of the Gift Aid Declaration form from the link below.

Gift Aid Declaration Form

Complete and sign this form.

Return it either by post to Paul Phillips - Gift Aid, The Presbytery, 322 Woodbridge Road, Ipswich. IP4 4BD.

Or scan the completed form and email it to Paul at the email address below.

Contact: Paul Philips on 07951 986001 or giftaid@st-mary.org.uk

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