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Giving and volunteering 

St Alfege Church has been serving Greenwich for centuries. Today the church is known and loved for its inspiring services, beautiful music; for our welcome to visitors and our engagement in community life.

But caring for our historic building and wide-ranging work come at a price.

To be there for generations to come, we are reaching out to those who can help us today.

We have ambitious plans for our future and are determined to ensure that St Alfege Church remains at the heart of the historic centre of Greenwich.

But we can’t do it alone. We need the help of everyone who cares about the good we do and can see the potential for the future.

Your gifts of time and funds to St Alfege Church enables us to make a difference.

Please support us now, and for our future.

It costs £750 per day to look after this historic place of worship and every gift makes a difference.  Find out more about making a donation.

We also rely on the skills, time and enthusiasm of members of the congregation to run services, to keep the church looking beautiful and to help the community. 

Over generations, benefaction has played a vital role in the flourishing of St Alfege Church and the social fabric of Greenwich.
There are many ways of giving to St Alfege church. Thank you for your generosity. Every gift makes a difference.
We have received a confirmed grant of £1,836,800 from the Heritage Lottery Fund for Heart of Greenwich, Place and People project, thanks to National Lottery players
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