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Mission in Action

 

About Mission in Action

The Mission in Action team’s main task is to research and recommend to the PCC causes to support with the 10 per cent of annual giving that is allocated for this purpose.

Donations are divided between UK and overseas causes. Wherever possible we support those with a local link, or that have been recommended to us.  MiA team members are drawn from the congregation, and we usually have eight people around the table.

If you’d like to hear more, or to join us, please talk to Keith Neal or Mary Graham, or contact the parish office. 

How to Give to Mission in Action

The St Peter’s church Mission in Action bank a/c details are as follows:

NatWest Altrincham

Sort Code   51-61-11

Account Number   77904745 

Name: St Peters PCC No 2 

Giving directly to St Peter’s Mission in Action account: You can set up a standing order with your bank, send money via BACs or give a cheque directly to the Church Office. If you are a UK tax payer, please do fill in a Gift Aid declaration form. By Gift-aiding your donation we can claim the basic rate of tax back from the Treasury, which increases the income from your gift by 25 per cent, at no extra cost to you. Click here to download the Gift Aid Declaration Form.

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