Serving

Some of our current Serving activities, beyond our own church community, include:

Refugee Sponsorship: We have been involved in several refugee sponsorships, and we are currently in process of sponsoring a Congolese refugee.

Logifem: This is a local women's shelter. Periodically our members help with donations, renovations, labor, or maintenance.

Share the Warmth: Many of our members help out with this community development organization in Point St.-Charles. This ranges from seasonal volunteering, such as stocking the shelves of the foodbank at Christmas, to weekly volunteering, such as tutoring school children.

Broken Walls: This is a Christian First Nations band that ministers to Aboriginal communities across North America, whom we support through prayer and finances.

Blessing Home: Our Sunday School children support the work of Blessing Home, a ministry which provides housing, schooling, care, and love for about 35 children and youth in Bangalore, India.

Joint Refugee Sponsorship - St. Pete's & Mount Royal United Churches:As of September 2015, Mount Royal United Church and St Peter’s Anglican Church have decided to work together to sponsor a needy refugee family from the Syrian conflict.We continue to be in need of funds and volunteers for this sponsorship.  If you are interested in contributing time and/or money, or have questions concerning this project, please contact us at admin@stpetersvmr.org or call 514.739.4776.  Cheques can be made payable to St. Peter’s Anglican Church, with a note “Syrian Refugee Fund”.  Tax receipts are issued for donations of $20 or more.

Don't hesitate to contact the office if you'd like more information.

Contributions to Mission, Diocese of Montreal
Part of our annual contributions to the Diocese of Montreal are allocated in our budget for the Mission portion of the diocesan budget. This includes the following programs supported by the Diocese: Mile End Mission, Action Refugie, Mission to Seamen, Tyndale St George's, the Primate's World Relief and Development Fund, and the Diocesan Environment Committee.