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Trinity Church Colonel Light Gardens is committed to gospel ministry in Adelaide and beyond, to make more and better disciples of Jesus. Our ministry is supported almost entirely by our members. We receive no financial assistance from the Anglican diocese, nor do we have significant income generating investments. Our ministry relies on the generosity of our members.


There are a number of convenient ways to give to Trinity Church:

Direct Credit

This is the simplest way to give from our perspective and the only one that does not attract fees. You set up and retain control of your giving via your internet banking to transfer funds from your account to ours.

The details you need are:

Account name: Friends of Trinity Trust - Inner South

Bank: CBA

BSB: 065 000

Account Number: 1174 1235

Reference: Please indicate weekly, fornightly, monthly, or one off.

Direct Debit

You sign an agreement for us to debit your account for a nominated amount at a schedule (weekly, fortnightly or monthly) that suits you. Some bank fees are incurred and the form is available here.

Credit Card

You sign an agreement that allows us to debit your credit card account on the 15th of each month. Some bank fees are incurred and the form is available here.

Envelopes (cash or cheque)

You can obtain regular giving envelopes by contacting the Trinity City office on 8213 7300. Please make cheques payable to:

"Friends of Trinity Trust - Inner South"

The money put in the envelope goes to Trinity Church Colonel Light Gardens except for 16.75% which is paid as an assessment required by the Anglican Diocese of Adelaide. If you would prefer your giving to go entirely to Trinity Church Colonel Light Gardens then write the letters "FTT" on the envelope. You are free to choose.

Offering bags (cash or cheque)

Gifts can also be made by placing cash or cheques in the collection bags which are passed around towards the end of our services. Unless you indicate otherwise, 16.75% of your gift will go to the Diocese of Adelaide.

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