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How to help ordinands in hardship

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21 March 2014

THE Church Times Train-A-Priest Lent appeal reaches the end of its second week, during which readers have sent in £2305, bringing this year's total to £13,819.89. It is an encouraging start, although there is a long way to go to our usual annual total.

The path towards ordination is often a sacrificial one. Every full-time ordinand receives a TAP grant, but of particular help is the Special Hardship Fund, which supports anyone in training for the priesthood who encounters unforeseen difficulties. Readers can specify if they wish all their donation to go into this fund.

You can give by cheque, postal order, cash, and charity cheque, but the easiest way is online at www.hymnsam.co.uk/train-a-priest.aspx. This is a secure page, and so your donation can be given safely.

Please send other donations to our Norwich office: TAP Fund, Church Times, 13a Hellesdon Park Road, Norwich NR6 5DR. If you would like an acknowledgement, please enclose a stamped addressed envelope. And don't forget the Gift Aid declaration, if appropriate.

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