Supporting the mission of our diocese
Priest Training Fund

There are a number of ways in which you can support the MISSION of OUR diocese with either a one-off or regular donation

Your support for our mission is invaluable. We aim to help those on the fringes of society in tangeble ways and ultimately, showing them the love that each human being deserves as a child of God. 

If you are able to support our work, with a one off or regular donation, this will greatly help us to continue to grow and support the faith of all those we serve throughout the diocese.

Online donations
We have an online donation facility through InvestMyCommunity for one-off or monthly donations.

If you use this option for a one-off donation could you please indicate in the message section which parish name and area, or which priest, including his full name that you would like your donation to be attributed to.

Please note that there is the facility to Gift Aid any donation to your parish, but donations to individual priests are not eligible for Gift Aid. Please therefore do not complete the Gift Aid option for any donation to a priest.

or a Standing Order via your own bank

You can set up a standing order for donations to your parish using either your on line bank account or in branch.

Download a Standing Order Form Here 

Please contact the finance office on 01604 712065 for our bank account details.

or give us a call to donate over the phone
We have received many enquiries from parishoners looking to find out if they can call the diocese finance team to make a donation over the phone so as to continue to give to their local parish.

To simplify the process, we have now introduced ‘Giving Tuesday’. Each ‘Tuesday’ between 10.00am and 4.00pm, a member of our team will be available by phone for you to donate to your parish community over the telephone. To donate simply call 01604 712065 with your debit or credit card details.


Most importantly, please support us through your prayers, most especially for those most in need and the vulnerable.