End September 17 Parish Pledge Update. Click here to download a PDF of a spreadsheet that shows the totals of pledge monies received by the parishes as at the end of September 2017. By this stage the flow of donations has ceased for most parishes. All unspent Parish Share balances have been transferred into parish accounts.
Click here to download a narrative Tif Summary (pictured on right) as at end September 2017.
Headline figures are:
- As of end September 17 the campaign had secured a whisker under £9m in pledges (the figure tends to decrease over time because of pledge cancellations, which were in line with expectations) £8.942m has actually been received or claimed in Gift Aid.
- £1.9m had been spent up to 30.9.17 on Sick & Retired Clergy
- Parishes have received Share payments totalling £3.67m.
- £0.91m in unspent Parish Share funds has now been transferred to parish accounts. £448,000-odd has been transferred to the Religious orders who run TiF-successful parishes in accordance with an agreed formula.
- Over 260 Tif donors had agreed to continue their pledges, sometimes indefinitely. These pledges, plus one-off "continuation" gifts received, will contribute an additional total of £398,300 over the next five years. £20,400 of this will go to the Cathedral centre campaign.
August 2017 newsletter - Click here to download a PDF copy of the latest Together in Faith newsletter, being mailed out to donors this week (w/c 11th September). If you have not received a copy and would like one, please contact Paula Wynn
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March 2017 update - Click here to download the Together in Faith Parish Summary as at the end of the 16-17 financial year, and here for the over-all Financial Summary as the flow of pledges nears its end. A newsletter will be published in August.
10th August 2016
- The Stewardship Committee has mailed out its latest Newsletter for August 2016. Those who do not receive it by post are invited to click here to download it.
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27th July 2016 - The Stewardship Committee, which is over-seeing the final stages of the campaign, and the use of the funds raised, has prepared a Financial Summary showing the state of the campaign as at the end of March 2016, concentrating on the January-March quarter.
It includes a breakdown of all the parishes which have carried out projects using TiF funds to date, showing their anticipated Parish Share, how much of that share has been "earned" to end March, and the totals each parish has spent on its TiF-funded projects
Headline figures are:
- At the end of March 2016 the campaign had secured £9.1m in pledges, after write-offs of the inevitable element of pledges unpaid or withdrawn.
- £8.58m had actually been received, including Gift Aid.
- £1.3m had been spent to date on Sick & Retired Clergy, £0.91m on priest-training, £2.29m on parish projects, and £0.43m allocated ot the Religious Orders which run some of our parishes.
The report is downloadable as a PDF by clicking here.
An update to June 2016 will be published as soon as the Stewardship Committee has next met.
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In May 2015 the seventh of the "newsletter" updates was sent out to all donors, by post or e-mail.
Click here to view a PDF copy ( 476kB) which you can then save onto your computer.
If you are a donor and have not yet received the letter from the Stewardship Committee, either by post or by email, please contact our administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Previous issues were sent out in February and June 2012, February and July 2013, and February and July 2014. The supporting documents to the first one are still available for download below:
The June 2012 one is available here, the Jan/Feb 2013 one here, the July 2013 one here, the Jan/Feb 2014 one here, and the July 2014 one here. .
There was also a February 2013 Report on the process and costs of seminary training for our priests, being supported by Together In Faith - click here for this
February 2012 mailing
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Bishop's letter (PDF, 290Kb)
Newsletter (PDF, 541Kb)
Guidelines and forecast (PDF, 283Kb)
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