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Living Generously

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Generosity sits at the heart of the gospel, and is the hallmark of a lived-out faith. As Christian people, we are called to respond to God’s generosity, and through our own giving we reveal the love of God in the world. In giving to our churches, we enable mission and ministry, and grow as disciples as we adopt this Christ-like way of living.

Here you will find resources to help explore generosity within York Minster – praying that together, we continue to build a generous church. Click here to learn more about Living Generously and how to donate to our mission.

Welcome to Living Generously

Church of England Podcasts
The Generosity Week is a short podcast series exploring generosity and giving. Journey through the Bible with a range of different contributors from across the UK, as they bring experiences from their lives that speak of the generosity of God at work in the world today. Use these podcasts to give yourself a bit of space each day to focus on generosity and how you can positively impact the world around you. Listen here.

Generously Living Christ’s Story
Take a look back at some of our recent sermons and talks about building a generous church.
Read the sermon by The Revd Canon Vicky Johnson given during Lent 2021.
Listen to the webinar given by Sammi Tooze, member of the Minster Community, within the Living Christ’s Story series.

Responding to God’s Generosity
The most effective way to give financially is by Standing Order, making a regular commitment as part of our Christian discipleship. If you would like to set up a new Standing Order, please contact Alternatively you can give a one-off gift online by clicking here.

Thank you
Our Canon Missioner, Maggie McLean, has put together a short video showcasing the importance of your generous donations.

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