There Are 3 Ways To Donate:


1. Bank Transfer

You can make a donation via internet banking using the following account details:

Account Name: Gateway Freedom Church

Sort Code: 20-36-98

Account Number: 50681482


2. Cheque

Please make cheques payable to Gateway Freedom Church and send to:

Gateway Freedom Church, The Gateway Centre, Perry Road, Harlow CM18 7NR


3. Cash

If you would like to make a cash donation please either place it in the offering during a Gateway meeting or contact the office to make arrangements. Thank you :O)

If you would like to give to help support us in the work we are doing, thank you!

We receive tithes and offerings at all of our Church services and we can handle cash, cheques and even IOUs (with IOUs, please write your name and phone number/email address clearly so that we can contact you later to sort out payment).

Regular giving is very helpful for us in dealing with Church costs and expenses, and a great way to give regularly is to make a transfer straight out of your Bank account, if you have one.

We encourage members of the Church to tithe (10%) of their income to the Church, but this is not a condition of membership. Different people can have different views about tithing, but clearly the Bible calls all of us to a lifestyle of generous giving and our Church family needs its family members to contribute to the practical needs of the family so that we can keep doing the work God is calling us to do. So – thank you for your ongoing financial support.


At No Extra Cost To You!

If you are a UK income tax payer, and you are giving to Gateway Freedom Church (which is a registered charity), please make sure you have completed a gift aid declaration. This means we can reclaim from the Government the tax that you have paid on your gift, which makes it all the more effective.

If you make a cash gift, please remember to pop this in an envelope with your name on it, or identify the cash gift in some other way as coming from you. If we don’t have evidence like this, we cannot connect that cash to your gift aid declaration, and so we lose the tax reclaim benefit.