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Pusey House CIO (Charity Number 1190385)

You can donate directly to us HERE or via bank transfer using these details: 

​Pusey House Chapel
Barclays Bank
Sort code: 20-65-18
Account 10748455
IBAN GB31 BUKB 2065 1810 7484 55



The community of Pusey House exists far beyond its chapel walls.  We are lucky to have a vibrant community of Friends, whose lives Pusey House has touched in some way. 


Friends’ Membership offers many benefits, including an annual Journal, an invitation to the annual Friends’ Festival, early bird booking for the biennial conference,  social events, including an invitation to the annual Advent Dinner and regular email updates on the life and activities of the House. Become a Friend for as little as £4 per month HERE

To find out how to become an American Friend of the House, please scroll down.


Patrons' Membership offers the highest level of financial support and our Patrons make a valuable and lasting contribution to the future of the House. 

Being a Patron offers all the benefits of Friends’ membership and they are invited to be active members of the life of the House. Become a Patron from as little as £10.00 a month HERE
 and contribute to the lasting legacy of this place.

American Friends of Pusey House


Pusey House has touched and shaped the lives of many around the world and it is now possible for those in America to donate to us directly, through the Americans for Oxford Inc. (AFO).  This is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, recognized by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.   Friends' membership is $60 per annum ($5 per month) and Patrons' membership is $150 per annum ($12.50 per month).

You can become an American Friend or Patron of the House by clicking 

Under the drop-down tab 'I would like my donation to be used for', please select 'Pusey House'.  Under 'Type of Gift' select 'Recurring Gift'.  In the 'Further Information' section, please write 'Become a Friend', or 'Become a Patron', as appropriate.

​Every penny donated to the House 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 we are funded almost entirely by private grants and donations and do not have a large, historical endowment to support our work. From candles, incense, stationery, vestments and their repair, to the musicians, interns, Chaplain and the Principal himself, everything comes with an associated cost. 

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