Why We Give
‘On the first day of every week, each one of you should set aside a sum of money in keeping with his income’
‘Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.’
Your offertory pays for the ministry here at St Paul’s in line with our mission of ‘bringing, building and sending people out for Christ.’ The offertory covers many cost areas including staff, the upkeep of the property and the ministry facilities that we share, as well as mission work.
3 ways to give
PushPay is our preferred method of giving. To start giving through Pushpay, simply download the Pushpay App and search for “St Paul’s Castle Hill” to setup your account. Pushpay allows you to setup recurring giving as well as one-off donations. If you have any questions about how to use this method, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to make your offertory by way of direct deposit. The St Paul’s account details are:
- NAME: St Paul’s Anglican Church Wardens Account
- ACCOUNT #: 871775
- BSB #: 032-173
Please indicate the service you attend and your name (optional).
Offertory Envelopes and Cash
Cash/Cheques can be placed in the Offertory Bag that goes around during the Sunday service, or Offertory Envelopes are available at ‘The Kiosk’ at the back of the church so you can remember to give your weekly offertory.
St Paul's Foundation
What is the Foundation Fund?
The St Paul’s Foundation Fund was set up to receive funds for tax deductible purposes. For example, the Fund can accept donations for the St Paul’s Christian Education Centre (CEC) Fund to reduce debt or build new educational facilities.
Funds can also be used for other projects such as international aid, we also expect to support other future activities including marriage counselling and school scripture.
Donations to the St Paul’s Foundation Fund can only be allocated to areas endorsed by the Australian Tax Office.
General ministry work can only be supported by general giving and tithes which are not subject to tax deductibility.
How does it work?
The St Paul’s Foundation Fund is managed by a corporate trustee company, the directors of which are the Senior Minister and the Wardens of St Paul’s Anglican Church Castle Hill.
Use the envelopes in the church pews or EFT directly to the bank account BSB Number: 032173; Account Number: 328713. If you require a receipt for tax purposes please include your name in the reference section of the payment and confirm your gift by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. The St Paul’s Foundation Fund will issue receipts when donations are received.