It takes us all working together in order to be the people God has called us to be and to do the work that God calls us to do. Every person is important and valued as is every contribution offered for the common good.
No matter how you choose to give there are many ways to support our ministry. Most will support our "day to day ministry." You may also designate your gift for "refugee sponsorship," "capital projects," the "Rector's Discretionary Fund," or other priorities.
Pre-authorzed giving is the easiest way to support Saint John's ministry consistently according to your own planned intention. Please download the form that you find here, and return it to the church office or place it in the offering plate in an envelope on Sunday morning.
Use this green button in order to give directly by credit card.
We can now accept gifts by e-transfer. Through your online banking send an e-transfer to [email protected]. Be sure to send a separate email to the same address with the security word you have chosen. This email allows us to contact you in case of any questions and in order to arrange a receipt. If you wish your gift to be designated to anything other then Day-to-day ministry, please specify so in your message.
You can also give to Saint John's by texting the word "give" to 581-481-0317.
Those who prefer to give by cheque or cash to please contact the donations secretary at [email protected] so that she can arrange for you to receive offering envelopes. Yellow envelopes are also available in the pews for your gifts received during worship on Sunday mornings. May people, however, now prefer to give in other ways.
Cheques can be mailed to the church office at 320 Charlton Ave. W. Hamilton, ON L8P 2E7.
Please complete the Commitment Form for ministry support during the year 2020 here.
The office remains closed due the the coronavirus pandemic and is opened only by appointment.
IN-PERSON WORSHIP SERVICES ARE TENTATIVELY SCHEDULED TO RESUME ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4. SEE THE EVENTS SECTION OF THIS WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.
We acknowledge with gratitude and respect that our parish is located on the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe peoples. We are located in the Lower Chedoke Watershed.