Donate to JSP

Interest and church adoption of JSP continues to accelerate across the UK. Approximately 250 churches are currently linked to JSP, and our Trustees have set ambitious targets for the next five years. Revd Brendan Bassett was appointed in 2020 as our first fulltime JSP Team Leader to improve our capacity to achieve this. We are seeking to replace Sharon Blyth as our children, young people and families champion asap. James Clayton manages our website. Brendan’s appointment has been made possible by a combination of generous giving from local churches and individual Christians, and a few significant grants from three Charitable Foundations. However the grants are a short-term provision and we are prayerfully trusting that there will be steady growth in support from individuals and churches that can secure our Core Team structure for the longer term. The challenge is for JSP to find £100,000 per annum so that our vital work can be sustained. We sense that God is inviting churches and individuals who share our vision, and are able to donate, to help us respond to this challenge. May we ask that you give this your prayerful consideration? Please note that JSP will remain committed to a firm policy that there will be no charge upon any church for adopting JSP. This is particularly helpful to churches that serve poorer communities. To make a donation please either send a cheque payable to Jesus Shaped People and post it to Mr. A. Hesselwood, 38 Bromley Road, Shipley, BD18 4DT, or send it electronically to Sortcode: 08 92 99 Account No: 65835090 Account Name: Jesus Shaped People If you send a donation electronically, please alert us by email to: Please let us know if you would like us to reclaim tax on your gift through Gift Aid, and so increase the amount of your gift at no additional cost to you. If your Church or organisation wants to make a donation as part of its mission giving please also contact Tony Hesselwood as above. Every blessing, and with our warmest thanks for your partnership with us in Jesus Shaped People. Rt Revd Arun Arora, Chair of the JSP Trust.

January 2023