God Brought You to Us!
This Hungarian greeting, to visiting guests, well
expresses our feelings about visitors and newcomers
to our wonderful Saint Margaret’s community.
The ministry of Saint Margaret’s depends upon generosity of dedicated supporters like you.
Use this button to donate using your PayPal account or most bank and credit cards
You can use your PayPal account and most bank and credit cards.
Payments will be automatically taken in HUF.
$100 = around HUF 25000
£100 = around HUF 35000
No amount is too large or too small. We thank you for your generosity.
If you like Saint Margaret's and its ministry...
Please consider setting up a regular subscription. It doesn’t have to be much but it can help us greatly; by knowing what is due to come in, we can better order our parish finances and maximize our own charitable contributions to beneficiaries such as the Menedékház, a home which offers shelter and accommodation to homeless families and children.
Use the button above to set up a monthly subscription...
God bless you and thank you for your kindness
If you prefer to donate via direct bank transfer:
Here is the information you may need,
Szent Margit Anglikán Episzkopális Egyház
Számlatulajdonos: Szent Margit Anglikán Egyház
Iban:HU73 1091 80010000 0006 3561 0003
You can also set up regular, recurring donations from your bank account.
Donations from the United Kingdom may be made using the Gift-Aid scheme.
Donations from the United States may be made through the US Episcopal Church.
Contact the Chaplain or a Churchwarden for details and Thank You.
Our Hungarian Church Tax Number 0183....
Saint Margaret’s – and thus the Anglican Communion -- is one of the officially recognised churches of Hungary.
Among other things, this allows us to benefit from the Hungarian Church Tax Scheme.
Those paying Hungarian taxes may designate Saint Margaret’s to receive their church tax funding.
In other words, Saint Margaret’s will receive approximately one percent of each such taxpayer’s tax contribution – at no additional expense to themselves. And, one does not have to be a “member” of Saint Margaret’s in order to do this.
If You pay Hungarian Taxes,
Please Remember to Designate
For Your Church Tax Support!
If you have Hungarian friends who may be open to designating Saint Margaret’s for church tax funding, please consider a discrete conversation with them about this.
One percent may not sound like much, but in recent years, such church tax funding has represented a significant portion of our annual budget.
Remember Saint Margaret’s
In this years Taxes!
Szent Margit Anglikán Episzkopális Egyház
Church Tax Number
You can find information from the Hungarian Council of Churches about the Church Tax Scheme online at www.egyszazalekunk.hu, including this short video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=51GnqqH9Yqs
Saint Margaret’s offers prayerful and financial assistance to several worthy causes in the Budapest area, including the Menedékház, which offers shelter and accommodation to homeless families and children.
The Menedékház was also the focus the 2017 Bishop’s Lent Appeal throughout the Diocese in Europe.
The Mozaik Charitable Shop supports the work of the Menedékház. They welcome your donations of clean and gently-used clothing and household items. It might be prudent to check with them ahead of time about large or out-of-the-ordinary donations before heading over.
Mozaik Adománybolt, Dohány utca 65, Budapest 1074
Telephone: 0630 201 8112
Web Link: http://www.menedekhaz.hu/angol.html
We also occasionally assist the Next Step Hungary Association, formerly known as MigHelp or Migrants' Help.
Next Step aids refugees from other lands with language acquisition and everyday-living skills.
Link here: https://nextstepeu.org/
Anglican priest, The Rev. Andy Oatridge is co-director with his wife Zsófi, of Acorn Camps; an English-language Bible-Study camp for Hungarian teenagers.
For more information about Acorn Camps of Hungary, link here: http://www.acorncamps.co.uk/
We offer occasional joint services with the famed Gabrieli Choir of Budapest, under the direction of Alastair Cameron. The Gabrieli Choir specialises in the beautiful music of the Anglican tradition
For more information about the Gabrieli Choir, please link here: http://www.gabrielichoir.org/en