This page contains links to resources mainly of use to our members, although of course anyone is welcome to take a look!

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  1. eTransfer instructions: how to send an offering using eTransfer
  2. instructions: how to send an offering using
  3. Canada Helps is a website that allows users to donate to many registered charities within Canada, including St. Mark’s. When you make a donation or offering using Canada Helps, your tax receipt will come from Canada Helps, and not from St. Mark’s directly. For people wishing to donate to our Living Hope ministry, this is the way to do it! (In Canada Helps, select Living Hope as the fund you wish to donate to.) Or, of course, you can also donate in the offering plate at church and designate your offering to Living Hope. Here is a link to St. Mark’s Canada Helps page.
  4. Abuse Prevention Policy: the full text, the summary, the video
  5. Our Constitution: for members to cast a vote at a Voters’ Meeting, they need to “sign on” to this document first.

Gather, Give, Grow

is an initiative at St. Mark’s that we’re excited about!

GATHER round and hear what is being done.

At St. Mark’s we are thankful to have a church home where we can gather each week in worship, study and friendship. We have been gathering together with our church leadership to identify capital projects to maintain and improve our property.

Gather the people, consecrate the assembly; bring together the elders, gather the children.

Joel 2:12

GIVE in your own way to the large fund or to a specific project.

A Capital Improvement Fund has been established to enable our members and friends to support capital projects financially. The aim is to never borrow money for large projects. And of course everyone is encouraged to contribute their time and skills to help in any way they can.

Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.

1 Peter 4:10-11

GROW…yes! A team effort to stay ahead in keeping God’s house.

Together, we will keep our church home in good repair so that people might be drawn to this vibrant place filled with devoted stewards and servants, hear God’s Word, and become part of our family.

So neither he who plants nor he who waters is anything, but only God, who makes things grow. The man who plants and the man who waters have one purpose, and each will be rewarded according to his own labour. For we are God’s fellow workers; you are God’s field, God’s building.

1 Corinthians 3:7-9