Clergy payroll

Payroll Services (Clergy Team) pay a stipend to most clergy and licensed layworkers in parochial appointments. We don't employ the clergy, but we are responsible for making statutory deductions in respect of PAYE tax and National Insurance.


The P60s are now available on MyView; the P11Ds will be available by the statutory deadline of 6 July 2020.  We don't have any facility to produce paper documents while working from home.  More information on completing your tax return can be found on our Minister of Religion Tax Return page.

Covid-19 Update:

In light of the outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus) we have taken various steps to comply with government guidance, including asking our staff to work from home. As a result, we have had to make some changes so we can continue to operate our services effectively, whilst looking after the health and wellbeing of our people and all those we work with.

We will continue to pay your stipend as normal, but we won't be able to send paper pay documents or to receive forms or documents from you by post.

If you need to get in touch or have any pay related queries, please email us on [email protected] as our phone line is very limited. Please bear with us as it may take a little longer than usual for us to respond to your enquiry, but we will be very happy to help.

Your pay documents will only be available securely online via our ‘MyView’ portal. This will include your monthly pay statements, your P60 certificate and any P11D documents. We have been able to post the March stipend statements, but we won't be able to send future documents via post, or issue duplicates, until it is safe to return to the office.  Please ensure we have your up to date email address.

If you haven't used the MyView portal to access your pay documents, please take a look at our MyView Page which tells you how to log in.  To access MyView please click here.

To log in, you will need your Unique Reference Number, which is the five-digit number displayed on your pay statement. The instructions on the sign in page will help you to create a new password, or to reset your password if you have logged on before and can't remember it.

Finally, a reminder that there is regularly updated guidance for churches and some general information about the developing situation on the Church of England website, which you may find useful:

Thank you for your understanding.