You can become a friend of Pusey House by clicking the button below.
Every penny donated to the House by its Friends, Patrons and other generous donors pays for its vital work as a place of “sacred learning”, where theological study is encouraged alongside worship and prayer, in the context of a rich community life. Such generosity keeps the House alive because, unlike many Oxford institutions, Pusey House is funded almost entirely by private grants and donations, and does not draw on a large, historical endowment. From candles, incense, stationery, vestments and their repair, to the musicians, chapel interns, Chaplain and the Principal himself, everything comes with an associated cost. Such costs can only be met by the continued support of its valued donors, Friends and Patrons.
The community of Pusey House exists far beyond its chapel walls. We are so lucky to have a vibrant community of Friends, whose lives Pusey House has touched in some way. Becoming a Friend allows you to offer a continued contribution to the life of the House, ensuring that its unique joy and edification can be carried forward to future generations. Friends’ Membership offers many benefits, including a biannual newsletter, an invitation to the annual Friends’ Festival, early bird booking for the biennial conference and from 2021 there will be more opportunities for Friends to engage with the House through events, lectures, publications and regular email updates. Consider becoming a Friend from as little as £3.00 per month and help to secure the future of Pusey House.
Become a Patron
Our Patrons offer the highest level of financial support to the life of the House, and make a valuable and lasting contribution to its future. Being a Patron offers all the benefits of Friends’ membership and are invited to be active members of the ongoing life of the House. From 2021 we will be introducing a programme of events for Patrons that will reflect their most generous level of support. Become a Patron from as little as £10.00 a month and contribute to the lasting legacy of the House.