How you can donate and help st john's

So much is achieved through volunteer work and donations at St John's. These two aspects are the backbone of what we do together in ministry and in the community to further the Kingdom of God in Southall and offer the real hope that is in Jesus. 

Through your generous giving, we are able to maintain the Youth ministry, the Toddler Group and others, but also to be able to afford an administrator at an extremely busy Parish Centre and to  maintain the buildings in good condition.


The story goes that this church was built by fundraising through a penny a brick campaign. St John's is a centenary building that has been passed down to us to preserve and use for many generations to come. As the founding stone of 1909 remarks it's all 'for the glory of God' - we'd love you to be part of it!

Thank you for considering donating and volunteering at St John's. If you wish to donate now, please use our online giving platform below:

Other ways you can GIVE and help:



Gifts and donations can be put in Gift Aid envelopes at the back of church and put through the collection box on Sundays.


Giving scheme

PGS is the most effective way to give as you have total control of your direct debit with a simple phone call. It's now possible to sign up to PGs online. 



You can setup a regular standing order with your bank at the counter or online.

Please request payment details to



Your time and commitment is hugely appreciated and never taken for granted.

God bless you.


There are plenty of possibilities and needs for volunteering. Please contact the office and mention your area of preference and we will check with the group leaders for opportunities.

St john's southall  Green

0208 5740722

St John's Parish Centre

Havelock Road, Southall


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  • We accept and endorse the principles set out in ‘Safeguarding in the Diocese of London’.

  • We commit ourselves to nurture, protect and safeguard all our members, particularly children, young people and vulnerable adults.

  • We recognise that safeguarding is the responsibility of the whole church community.

  • We undertake to exercise proper care in the selection, appointment, training and support of those working in both paid and voluntary positions with children or vulnerable adults, including the use of Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosures and making appropriate referrals to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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If you have any concerns please contact our Safeguarding Officer. 


Suzanne Farrell


Tel: 0208 574 0722

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