Our village churches have been part of our community for many hundreds of years. Together our parishes celebrate faith, community, and compassion.
For centuries our parish churches have been a spiritual home to generations of villagers, and our historic church buildings not only help shape the character of our villages, but are a reminder of the presence of God in our daily lives, supporting people at times of joy and times of sorrow. Our churches are very much at the heart of our community life, offering a haven for peace and reflection.
We are grateful to all those who support our work, generously giving their time, their talents, and their money.
You can donate directly to The Akeman Benefice here, or directly to each of the individual churches in the Benefice by clicking on the buttons below (you will be taken to a secure online payment site):
Give to Bletchingdon Church
Give to Chesterton Church
Give to Hampton Gay Church
Give to Kirtlington Church
Give to Middleton Stoney Church
Give to Wendlebury Church
Give to Weston-on-the-Green Church
Support from regular giving is vital to The Akeman Benefice. The promise of regular support helps us to plan for the future and offer support throughout the year.
You can do this in one of two ways, by using the online donations links above – there is an option to make your donation a monthly donation. Or you can help us by joining the Parish Giving Scheme. Your parish treasurer or one of the churchwardens will be happy to help you complete the simple process. Contact details can be found elsewhere on this website.
Don’t forget that by choosing Gift Aid HMRC will add a tax refund of 25% to your contribution.
If you prefer to give a one-off donation, please get in touch with your treasurer or churchwarden, or use the online donation links above.
You may wish to consider leaving a gift in your will to The Akeman Benefice or your local parish church. Your gift would make a lasting impact to the church and our community for future generations and would be gratefully received.
If you are not sure what to do, don’t worry. Please contact the Rector, one of the Ministry Team, or your local churchwarden, who will be able to offer confidential help.
Thank you for your support!