The Parish of Abbots Langley

How You Can Help

How you can help

The church of St Lawrence and the church of the Ascension are living and working places which many visit each year - whether to worship at a regular service, to attend a special event, or to enjoy a private moment of peace. Our work extends beyond these walls out into the community in a number of ways, such as visiting schools, hospitals and care homes.

All of this costs the parish around £3000 per week. We receive no financial assistance from the Government and have to rely on the generosity of our supporters and our own fundraising endeavours to continue our important work.

Please read below to see how you can support us. If you are a UK taxpayer, please remember to fill in the Gift Aid section, if applicable, so that we can reclaim the tax you have paid.

Donate on-line

If you would like to make a single gift on-line, please click here.

Stewardship and donation form

If you would like to make a single gift or set up a standing order to the parish, click here to download the form.

Legacies

For further information about leaving a gift to the parish in your Will and the difference it can make, please click here.

Easyfundraising

If you shop on-line, please do so through our easyfundraising page. Over 2700 retailers have signed up to easyfundraising, which passes on a percentage of your shopping bill to the church at no cost to yourself. For further information, please click here.

Give by text

Simply text STLA12 followed by the amount you want to give (e.g. STLA12 £10) to 70070 and press send. You can give an amount of £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10.

Time and talents

The churches rely on the many hours of time given by volunteers. If you would like to give to the community in this way, please speak to somebody in the Church Office on 01923 261795, or e-mail adminstlawrence@abbotslangley.org.uk. For a list of the roles you could take on, please click here.

 

If you have any questions about making a donation or our current funding needs, please contact Marcus Coultrup via the 'contact us' page or at marcus.coultrup@ntlworld.com.

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The coming week...

Monday 24th July

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Larence

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

7.45 pm  Ringers' practice in St Lawrence tower

 

Tuesday 25th July

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Lawrence

10.15 am  Tuesday Coffee in the Breakspear Room, St Lawrence

10.30 am Home Communion at Margaret House

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

 

Wednesday 26th July

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Lawrence

10.15 am  Holy Communion in St Lawrence

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

7.45 pm  Choir practice in St Lawrence

8.00 pm  Bereavement Visitors meet in the Methodist small hall

 

Thursday 27th July

8.15 am  Early Prayer for the parish and community in St Lawrence

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Lawrence

3.20 pm  Funeral of Janet Roberts at the Crematorium

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

7.00  Wedding rehearsal in St Lawrence

8.00 pm  Wedding rehearsal in St Lawrence

 

Friday 28th July

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Lawrence

10.00 am  Craft Group in Bedmond Church

10.00 am  AHAL Coffee in the Henderson Hub, Abbots Langley High Street

12.00 noon  Bell Toll for WW1 soldier William Herbert Tippetts

2.00 pm  Craft and Conversation in the Breakspear Room, St Lawrence

3.00 pm  Funeral of Julie Lockyer in Bedmond Church followed by Cremation

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

 

Saturday 29th July

9.30 am  Churchyard Working Party at Bedmond

2.00 pm  Wedding of James Christianson and Emma Lowrie

4.00 pm  Wedding of Anthony Brundritt and Stacie Lyle

 

Sunday 30th July - the Seventh Sunday after Trinity

8.00 am  Holy Communion in St Lawrence

9.30 am  Parish Communion with Seekers and Creche in St Lawrence

6.30 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

 

Monday 31st July

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Lawrence

12.00 noon  Bell Toll for WW1 soldiers Percy Coleman and William Leslie Jerram

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

7.00 pm  Battle of Passchendaele Commemoration Service at the War Memorial organised by the Royal British Legion

7.45 pm  Ringers' practice in St Lawrence tower

 

Tuesday 1st August

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Lawrence

10.15 am  Tuesday Cofee in the Breakspear Room, St Lawrence

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

 

Wednesday 2nd August

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Lawrence

10.00 am  Coffee Morning in Bedmond Church

10.15 am  Holy Communion in St Lawrence

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence