Leave a Bequest


Remembering All Hallows in your will is a great way to ensure that the work we do within our church, within our local community and in our worldwide mission is protected into the future.

This year we have received legacies, within All Hallows of £10,000 helping us complet our AV Project and install new windows or our Chuch Hall.

In 2009 a total of £725,000 was received by the churches of our diocese through people leaving a legacy to their church. Each of these gifts, regardless of size, was important. There is no doubt that legacy gifts have helped make possible various projects that have improved and/or extended the facilities provided by our churches to their local community.

The best time to consider including All Hallows in your will is now ...

Some useful resources to help you 

Peter Beech, our Wills Officer is there for you to talk to at any time. Peter can be contacted by clicking on the link at the right-hand side of the page. 

Making your will can be a lot easier than you might think. There are helpful task lists and step-by-step guides available through the Internet that will lead you through the whole process. The Church of England’s own legacies' website is a valuable resource to individuals wanting to know how to go about making their will. 

If you want to discuss any issues around wills and legacies, you can get help from the Diocese. If you would like to seek their assistance please contact Gordon Fath on 0151 705 2180, or emaigordon.fath@liverpool.anglican.org.