You can return your tithe securely online via the South England Conference website here:
Once you have landed on the page make sure you select “Tithe” under the “purpose” dropdown. Select ‘Holloway‘ from the list of churches dropdown that should now appear.
You can also sign up to ‘Gift Aid’ by following this link:
Please give your gift aid number to the treasury department once you have received it.
You can give your offerings three ways:
We recommend signing up to Tithe.ly using the link above. This would give you the ability to make multiple giving to different areas within the Church along with keeping a record of all the payments you make. Payments accepted are: Debit/Credit Cards, Apple Pay or Google Pay.
You can also download the Tithe.ly App on your Apple or Android Device.
Main offering that would normally be taken during the Main (midday) Service to be transferred online. Please put your name in the reference section and put “Main” next to it.
Please transfer your money to:
Holloway SDA Church
Sort Code: 20-46-57
Account Number: 00480347
Reference: Please put your name, followed by Main.
For our international visitors, you can also donate to Holloway church by transfering money to:
Name: Holloway SDA church
IBAN: GB30 BUKB 20465700480347
If you have any issues or problems please email: email@example.com for help
What is Tithe?
The word “tithe” comes from an Old English root meaning “one tenth.” It is the common English translation for the Old Testament Hebrew asar word group.
Throughout scripture there has been an acknowledgement and a command about returning one tenth of what we have to God. (Genesis 14:19-20, Genesis 28:20-22, Leviticus 27:30, Malachi 3:8-10).
Tithing is a form of worship of God —to honour Him as our ultimate provider and to be reminded that all of our resources belong to Him and are provided by Him. The tithe is sent to the South England Conference from where it is used to further God’s Work.
What is offering?
Offering, like tithe, is what one freely gives to God. Normally, offerings are given according to ones will as there is no specific amount. Offering is a form of expression of how much we love God and are thankful to Him for his abundant blessings in our lives.
Throughout the Bible we see many people give offerings to God and are moved because they love God and want to freely give to him. (Mark 12:41-44, Luke 6:38, 2 Corinthians 9:6-7).
The offering stays at the local church as is used for the functions and the running of the church (Heating, Electricity, Repairs etc). This is also used for our community programmes such as: Fellowship lunch, Senior Citizens Club, Haven Café, Children’s Ministries, Feeding the Homeless, Pathfinders and the many more ways where our local church makes an impact in the community.