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Thank you for visiting our fundraising page. We are actively fundraising and need your help.

Stoke Damerel Church is a Grade 2* listed building, having many unique historical features. A church has stood on the site since the 1200s. There is a plaque on the wall showing a continuous roll of Rectors dating back to 1310 and our church attracts the attention of Genealogists worldwide.

A building of this age, obviously needs a great deal of restoration and renewal and to this end, we are making a leap of faith in proceeding with vital upgrading work to make our church a welcoming centre for our congregation and a hub of activity for the wider community.

Our immediate programme includes a new floor with under floor heating and upgrade to the lighting. Future projects will include a new sound system, a mini-kitchen, improvements to the North and South porches and restoring our historic Hele 3 manual organ to its greatest potential. Finally, renewal of the roof!

There are many ways you can help.

  • You could pop along to one of our services and make a donation.
  • Make a donation by bank transfer to us. Our sort code is 56 00 63 Account number 04609646. Please email us with your name and address if you can Gift Aid the donation.
  • Make an online donation at You can donate using Visa, MasterCard and Maestro.
  • You can also use as a fundraiser too. Could you do a sponsored event for us.
  • Would you be prepared to offer an interest free loan to help us with our project?
  • If you are considering a legacy in your will, would you consider donating now?
  • Could you give serious consideration to joining our weekly giving scheme if you are not already signed up? It would be amazingly helpful if everyone belonged!
  • Do you have any other ideas for fund raising?

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Below is a video from our new Priest-in-Charge, Rev Dr Gemma Burnett talking about our fundraising efforts. Gemma can be contacted at