The parish church of central Finchley
26 Hendon Lane, Finchley, London N3 1TR

Join us in church on Sundays at 8am & 10am, or online at 7pm

We are grateful to be able to support many causes and charities through our mission giving. We also make use of funds to maintain our historic medieval building, and to support the mission of the Church.

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Barnet NHS Thank You Concert

Barnet NHS Thank You Concert

Our concert of Community Gospel Music & Hymns took place on Saturday 23rd April at 6pm.

You can still watch the concert on YouTube.

Donations are for :

–  Barnet NHS Thank you – Royal Free Charity :
   It is proposed that monies raised will be used for research into Long Covid as per our first concert.

CLICK HERE TO DONATE TO BARNET NHS THANK YOU

–  Barnet Ukraine Appeal :
   Monies from the event will go help  “orphanage and mother” and “baby refuge” in Poland. Further details to follow.

CLICK HERE TO DONATE TO BARNET UKRAINE APPEAL

 

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Roof appeal

We are currently seeking to raise money to cover the cost of much-needed repairs to the church roof.

 

Donate to the Roof Fund

Ways of giving

You can make a one-off donation to St Mary’s online via Give a Little.

You can also donate via bank transfer. Our bank details are: account no. 37543776, sort code 60-08-20 (St Mary-at-Finchley PCC)

If you are able to visit the church in person, you can also use the blue envelopes available near the door to make a donation. Please place this in the wall-safe; or, if the church is closed, through the letterbox.

If you are a UK taxpayer, St Mary’s can claim Gift Aid on your donation–increasing your donation at no expense to yourself. Please contact our administrator for a Gift Aid form.

Regular giving

Regular worshippers are encouraged to join our ‘Planned Giving’ scheme. Knowing how much people wish to give regularly helps us to plan our church finances.

For more information, or if you have any questions, please contact our Stewardship Treasurer, Patricia Bagster (click to email).

Legacies

Churches only receive a small amount of their income from legacies, compared to other charities. Yet this can be a valuable source of funds, especially for much-needed projects.

You can either leave a specific sum of money in your will (a specific legacy), or a percentage of your net assets (a residual legacy).

We encourage you to think and pray about what you would like to happen with your money and possessions after death, possibly including donations to church and charities.

For more information, see our legacy leaflet.