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In John 3:16 the Bible speaks of how God gave His Son Jesus to and for the world.  In Galatians 2:20 Paul writes: 'The life I live in the body, I live by faith in Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me'.

Jesus gave Himself for us.  We want to live our lives in response to the grace and generosity of God.



If you would like to give money to St Augustine's and God's ministry and mission in Highbury, there are a few different ways to do that:

1) Become part of the Parish Giving Scheme.  The best way to give regularly.  

Please go to Parish Giving Scheme - St Augustine's Highbury to set up a regular gift via Direct Debit

Alternatively, you can Telephone 0333 002 1271, email , or fill out one simple paper form (it will take about 4 minutes!) and return it to the Parish Giving Scheme.  For a form, please contact the Treasurer on or Tel. 020 7354 5515

The St Augustine's Highbury Parish Giving Scheme code is: 230623125  (You will need this when you contact the Parish Giving Scheme to start giving to St Augustine's)

2) Give online at:

3) Give a one off gift of cash or cheque (made payable to St Augustine's PCC), and put it directly into the offering box in the church building, or use the electronic card reader.  Alternatively you can post a cheque to St Augustine's Church, 108 Highbury New Park, London, N5 2DR.

4) Set up a Standing Order.  Contact the Treasurer on, or fill in one of the blue giving envelopes.

5) Leave a Legacy.  Contact a solicitor about updating your will to include a gift or legacy to St Augustine's Highbury.  If you would like advice on this, please contact the Treasurer, or you may wish to consult specific organisations set up to help such as Church Legacy:  or Will Aid:



If you would like to give time to St Augustine's please contact the Vicar on


'Remember this: whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. 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 9:6-7).