The Benefice of Street, Walton and Compton Dundon
Our Leadership Team
Our Lay Readers
Our Church Wardens
Meet the Rector
Street Parish Church
Street Mission Church
Holy Trinity, Walton
St Andrew's, Compton Dundon
Baptisms and Weddings
A reflection for the Olympics
Men's breakfast at SWCD Churches
'Back to Church' Sunday
Mission Shaped Living Course
Latest SWCD Book Club choice announced
New service pattern at the Mission Church
Tearfund Big Quiz Night
Harvest Festival in SWCD Churches
Walton Messy Harvest
New Sermon Series 'Called by God'
SWCD Youth Games Night
Verse of the Day
The Herald Compton Dundon
Children and Young People
Open the Book
Messy Church and other special events
Prayer Support Group
Mid Week Prayer
Time to Pray
Teaching and discipleship
Doing Life Together
Fancy a coffee?
SWCD Book Club
Good stewards of God's creation
The Cox's Charity
As a grateful response to all that God has given to us, we are, in turn, encouraged to give, of our time, our talents and our money. Our churches depend on such gifts for their mission and this page has more details of how to give financially.
We encourage the church family to consider a patten of regular giving to our churches, either through the collection plates available at our services, or by standing order. If you are able to gift aid your giving, we can also reclaim tax. Please
for more details
'One off' giving and giving in your will
We also welcome 'one off' gifts and gifts in wills, however large or small, and we promise to use your gift to make a difference in our parish.
Our legacy policy is to encourage you to leave a gift in your Will for the general purposes of the parish rather than for a restricted purpose or for one church or the other. This gives the flexibility for your gift to be used where it is most needed. We will discuss possible uses of your gift with your executors when the time comes, bearing in mind your known areas of interest in the church (e.g. buildings, children and youth, overseas mission or aid etc) and the church’s priorities at the time. You can be confident that your gift will be used to make a real difference to our future mission and ministry.
We will acknowledge gifts in whatever way you and/or your executors feel most appropriate. Equally, we can make sure that gifts remain anonymous if you prefer.
If you would like to talk to someone in confidence about the sorts of purposes your gift might fund, and how (if) you would like your gift to be acknowledged, contact the
If you would like to make a gift to our church in memory of someone, please come and discuss this with us too. It can be a wonderful and appropriate way to remember a loved one.