Give to the vision

C3 Reflect wouldn’t exist without the faithfulness of so many. If you’d like to play your part in building this local church and reaching our city with the tangible love of Jesus Christ then simply click below to give online or set up a standing order. A huge thank you for your generosity!

Set up a standing order

If you’re a regular giver then we’d love to encourage you to set up a standing order. Firstly, there are no processing fees attached which means 100% of your gift will be going to C3 Reflect.

But also regular giving allows us to have a clear idea of future budget which means we can make the best possible decisions as a church.

You can set up your giving with the following bank details:

Account name: C3 Reflect
Account number: 21412367
Sort code: 50-10-05

C3 Reflect is a registered UK charity (No. 1194463).

Are you registered for Gift Aid?

For every £1 donated by an individual, the UK government allows us to claim back an additional 25p. This is called Gift Aid. You need to have simply paid at least that much in Income Tax.

Filling out a Gift Aid Declaration is incredibly easy and yet super helpful as it allows us to increase your giving by up to 25%. If you haven’t done so already, please use the link below.

Fill out a gift aid declaration form

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Yes, C3 Reflect is a registered UK Charity (No. 1194463).

We believe that financial stewardship is a key biblical principle which is of great importance. All money received by C3 Reflect is used in accordance with our vision to help people connect into community, transform into the image of Christ and influence the world.

We’re so grateful for the many people who call C3 Reflect home and sow financially into it. We are in the process of preparing our first year of financial accounts as C3 Reflect and will be sharing our first annual report with the whole church shortly to ensure financial transparency but also to create a shared opportunity to celebrate what God has done through us all in the last year.

The word ‘tithe’ literally means tenth. Should we be giving a tenth of our income to God? Is that supposed to be to the church? Is this still applicable today? Many of us have important questions about tithing & giving that are vital to fully work through.

Watch our recent message below around some of this topics which explains more.

The Bible has a lot to say about giving and generosity. But what should that look like for us today? Watch this recent message below that deals with some of these topics to learn more.