Cheques for donations, weddings and funeral fees should be made payable to "All Saints Carshalton PCC"; 

You can make a one-off online donation to All Saints, and allow us to claim tax back to boost its value, via our CAF Donation Page. They will ask for your name and address, for legal reasons.


We have now joined the Parish Giving Scheme, which means that regular donations are processed on our behalf, and the Gift Aid claimed for us each month as well. Please consider whether you can contribute regularly to God's work here in Carshalton, or to the upkeep of the beautiful church, by joining this scheme. 


You can do this by post, on line (, or by phone: 0333 002 1271  - click on the buttons above for all you need to know, and the form if you'd like to apply by post

Our parish name is: Carshalton All Saints Church, and our PGS code is 370637185. Then all you'll need are your own bank sort code and account number. When they confirm you are set up, you can simply stop any current mandate you have with your bank.


Our new bank details are:  All Saints Church Carshalton PCC, (CAF Bank Ltd) 40-52-40   00033942

If you prefer to continue to give by Standing Order, the new mandate form is below, with a Gift Aid form. Please update your mandate with your bank, and sign up for Gift Aid if you are able - it makes a real difference!



Please also consider whether you could remember All Saints in your will.


You can help raise money for the church by shopping at For every pound you spend on Amazon, the church gets a donation of 0.5%. Although you will be prompted to login on Amazon Smile, you can use your normal login details. Please share the link with your friends and family.


You can raise money for All Saints as you shop online at major retailers, at no cost to yourself, via The retailer passes some of their profit to easyfundraising, who then make a donation to us.


Please look at and consider joining the scheme, choosing All Saints Church Carshalton as your "good cause".


Thank you


We also now have two small white boxes and a big shiny brass collection plate at services. Times change and so few of us actually carry cash any more that we thought contactless units would make life easier for everyone. If you haven't already used it, it's as quick as putting coins or notes in the plate - just touch your card on the reader and the transaction is instant. It's preset but touch the arrows on either side of the screen to lower or raise it to suit. (If anyone wishes to make a donation in excess of £100, the unit can take chip and pin when removed from the plate. Just ask a steward, or a member of the clergy after the service).

There is a free standing unit on the North Door welcome table for use by visitors - it works in the same way.


The white SumUp boxes just need you to key in your donation and will also ask if you would like a receipt - just put in your email address and it'll arrive immediately - so clever!

Contactless has proved the giving method of choice at our music event bars

as well as baptism and wedding congregations...