• Giving to All Saints

    We rely on regular and one-off donations to carry out our day-to-day mission and ministry. We are also fundraising for important roof repairs for our church building.

  • Financial donations

    Thank you for your donations. We reccomend using Parish Giving Scheme where possible.

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    Use our bank details to give a one off
    or regular donation (Gift Aid not possible).


    Sort code: 30-91-60 (Lloyds Bank)
    Account number: 00475445

    Name: The PCC of All Saints Canterbury

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    Giving to the church regularly

    Donate via Parish Giving Scheme.


    This allows you to setup regular donations or one-off payment, and includes Gift Aid options.

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    You can also make a one-off donation to our church through Give A Little.


    You can download a Gift Aid form here and then email to Carole our treasurer here.

  • Fundraising

    for our community, our building and the wider world

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    Why are we fundraising?

    Donate a financial gift here

    We are situated in the old Garrison Church of St. Alban that served the local barracks from the middle of the 19th Century until 1970. After the Diocese bought the church and remodelled it, it was reconsecrated as All Saints church on All Saints Day in 1976. Over 40 years on, the building now requires major repair and updating.


    What repairs need to take place?

    We are on a five year mission over two stages:


    Stage One: to replace the roof and repair the exterior walls of the church

    Stage Two: to update the internal spaces of the building


    Why is All Saints important for the community?

    The building provides a worship space for a regular and committed church congregation. It is also a vital community space for multiple charities and community groups including Canterbury Food Bank, Rainbows and Brownies, the Canterbury Operatic Society, Mustard Seed Singers, Porchlight Social Club and the Catching Lives Night Shelter. There are many more local groups and small businesses which are listed here.

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    Supporting Others

    Toilet Twinning

    This year we have decided to twin the four toilets at All Saints with toilets across the world. We have twinned our toilets with ones in the following countries:



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    You can find out more about the charity here: https://www.toilettwinning.org/