Disley Parish Church
Registered Charity Number: X76486
Stockport, Greater Manchester
Help Keep Our Church Alive for Future Generations
Have you considered leaving a gift to your church in your Will? A gift in your Will can have a huge impact on the life of your church.
Gifts in a Will are a really good way of helping St Mary's continue to serve the needs of our parish and wider community. A Gift left in this way could for example support the church’s ministry to young people or the elderly, refurbish communal areas, support an overseas mission project, preserve the building infrastructures, equip the church with new music, audio-visual equipment, or Bibles and much more.
Gifts in Wills are an important part of Christian giving. Many of us give regularly to the church each week or month from our income; why not from our estates too? It’s also a way to give thanks to God for the gifts of your life and lifetime.
A gift in your Will really could be the gift that makes possible your church’s future!
Revd Margaret Owens (Vicar)
Disley Parish Church
1a Red Lane
Make a Pledge
Gifts left in wills are really important to Disley Parish Church. However even if you haven't made a will, making a pledge to do so in the future would really help us to find out about your future intentions.
Pledges are not legally binding so by filling out this form you are not committing yourself! You are simply allowing Disley Parish Church to confidently estimate future support for their cause.
Leave a Legacy
If you have already made a will but you want to leave a legacy to a charity you can make an addition or change it without re-writing your current will. This addition is called a codicil.
To leave a legacy to Disley Parish Church please download the codicil form below and take it along to your solicitor.
Please note however that this form is not legally binding on its own and has to be part of your main will. We advise you to seek the advice of a solicitor.
If you have any questions about leaving a legacy to us, please contact Disley Parish Church directly – they will be happy to discuss this with you.