Generosity

What does it mean to be generous? It’s a question that as Christians we ask ourselves all the time. It’s a question that we ask each other a great deal as well – in fact we are called to live and to be as Christ-like as we can and to mirror the abundant generosity of God.

For the one whom God has sent speaks the words of God, for God gives the Spirit without limit.

Living our lives with Christ at the heart of them means that we are able to be generous with our love, our time and our money; we are generous with whatever gifts that God has given us.

For some those are gifts time, of simply being with somebody when they need us most. For others it could be the gift of being able to do a weekly shop for our neighbour who can’t get out very much any more. All of us have the spark of Christ within us that compels us to be as generous – and without limit in that generosity – as God is when He gives us the Spirit.

If you feel that you are able to offer your gifts to the parishes of the West Hereford Team in any way, we would love to hear from you. Use the Contact Us page to drop us a note and we’ll be in touch.

If you’d like to make a financial gift to any of the parishes in the team that would also be very welcome. You can do that in a number of different ways. If you’d like to give a one-off gift you can do so via cheque, cash or electronic transfer – get in touch with the team office to arrange that.

You can also send a donation via text message.

For example to send £20 for Holy Trinity you would send HTCH10 £20, or for £30, HTCH10 £30 and so on.

  • For Holy Trinity, send HTCH10 £20 (or another amount)
  • Our other parishes will soon offer this service – come back soon.

If you’d like to set up regular giving we can help you set up a standing order – contact us to receive a form.

Finally we want to thank you for your huge generosity. Without the generosity of the people of our parishes we would not be able to support so many people, we would not be able to hold the hands of those who need us most, and we would not be able to praise and worship Jesus. Your love for Christ knows no bounds.