Thank you for considering supporting Biblical Counselling UK.
The pandemic has made our task of equipping local churches in the UK more urgent than ever. It has also hit our finances.
We need a minimum of £105,000 in gifts annually to fund our current work, but donations in 2020-21 so far are considerably less than that.
An increase in regular and one-off donations would enable us to pursue 3 new initiatives:
- Developing the Certificate Course for the UK context (£200,000 over 3 years)
- Enabling Helen Thorne to spend more time supporting local churches and developing resources (£11,000 per year)
- Funding Rachel Maclure to conduct research into the provision of distinctively Christian support for adoptive and foster parents (£37,000 over 2 years)
More details are in the video on this page.
We would be delighted if you were able to partner with us.
To give regularly from your bank or charity giving account, please request our account details.
Make a one-off donation
Other ways to give:
All donations received will be treated as unrestricted funds, unless requested otherwise. This helps us to ensure specific initiatives aren’t over- or under-funded.
If you are a UK tax-payer and your gift qualifies for Gift Aid, please download and complete a Gift Aid Declaration:
Please save the declaration form (preferably as a pdf) with the filename Gift Aid – Your Name – eg Gift Aid – John Smith, and email it to email@example.com.
What your support enables
Our two-year Intern Scheme is supporting local churches who want to develop a biblical counselling approach to ministry.
In addition to conferences and our Certificate Course we would like to provide ongoing development for those who have had some biblical counselling training.
Employing staff will enable us to invest in more training events and courses around the country.
In addition to regular blogs, Biblical Counselling UK authors have published a number of books and resources including:
Real Change, a six-session course for churches, including a version for older teenagers
Walking with Domestic Abuse Sufferers, by Helen Thorne
The Heart of Anger, by Christopher Ash and Steve Midgley
Hope in an Anxious World, by Helen Thorne
We are keen to develop more resources like these for the UK context.