Giving Financially

Our financial giving is an important part of our worship of God, a response to all His goodness and guided by the Bible. 

‘Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver’

2 Corinthians 9:7

Your giving enables Union Baptist Church to fullfil its vision To see High Wycombe transformed by God through His loving, serving and worshipping church. Please prayfully seek God as you consider your giving.

Ways to give

There are several ways to give financially at Union.  The easiest way if you want to donate by card or direct debit is to simply click on the link below:

Otherwise you can give by the following means:

Electronic banking

  • Standing Order for regular donations
  • One-off or occasional bank transfer
  • Give As You Earn Scheme (operated by your employer)

Our bank details for on-line banking are:

Payable to : Trustees of Union Baptist Church

Sort Code : 20-40-71

A/C Number : 10913251

If you would like to set up a standing order, please fill in our standing order form which you can download here. Electronic giving minimises our bank charges.

Cash or cheque

  • Place your gift into the offertory box at the front of church. 

Gift Aid

Through gift aid we are able to reclaim from HMRC an amount equivalent to the income tax an individual (who must be an eligible UK taxpayer) has paid on the donation given. This represents a significant income for the church and is a simple sign-up process using Gift Aid Declaration form,  avaliable from the church office


Living Stones Project - find out how to donate to our building project

We are excited about our building project to update the space we have to more effectively be God's transforming presence at the heart of our community.  Find out more by clicking here, where you can also find how to donate to the project.

Legacies and Stewardship

The church has been blessed by members who have left legacies in their wills. You may like to consider making a provision in your will. Some members find the use of Stewardship accounts can help them organise all their charitable giving. Further information can be found at

Financial care in the church

Union Baptist Church is registered with the Charity Commissioners as a charity - Charity No 1130582 and is therefore subject to the laws governing charities. There is a team of trustees who oversee the financial affairs of the church.