8 September 2021

Please Support the work of FaithWorks

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In this Issue:
New Video Resources for your Parish FaithWorks Campaign
for your Parish FaithWorks Campaign

The FaithWorks website, faithworks.ca has been updated with new videos to promote FaithWorks. There are short, medium and long videos to include in your parish's online presence as you need.

We hope that these videos will encourage the 100 + 1% parish participation that is our goal during this 25th anniversary year.

The available videos are:

1) FaithWorks 25th anniversary video (5 minutes)

2) FaithWorks 25th anniversary -
  • An Evening of Celebration and Appreciation from May 28 (1 hour)

3) The Bishop's Message -
  • Commemorating FaithWorks' 25th anniversary (9 minutes)

4) Interviews with 6 ministry partner workers (16 minutes)

5) Interview with Esey of Flemingdon Park Ministry, Toronto (4 minutes)

6) Interview with Ashley of Inn from the Cold, Newmarket (4 minutes)

7) Interview with Jessica of North House, Uxbridge (4 minutes)

8) Interview with Mona of North House, Uxbridge (4 minutes)

9) Interview with Dorothy of PWRDF (3 minutes)

10) Interview with Sandra of Toronto Urban Native Ministry (4 minutes)

To download any of these videos to use online, contact faithworks@toronto.anglican.ca
If you wish to highlight your Parish's events in support of FaithWorks, please forward the details to faithworks@toronto.anglican.ca
In-person, Virtual and Video Sermons available
If you would like Peter Misiaszek, Director of Stewardship Development, or me to speak to your parish during your Sunday worship please contact the FaithWorks Speakers Bureau at
Peter Mentis (he/him)
FaithWorks Campaign Manager

135 Adelaide St. E.
Toronto, ON M5C 1L8
416-363-6021 ext. 242
1-800-668-8932 ext.242
We build healthy, missional Anglican communities that engage faithfully with the world and share the gospel of Jesus Christ. I acknowledge that my office resides on the territory of sovereign Indigenous Nations, the Anishinaabe, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat. I acknowledge especially the Mississaugas of the Credit and the Toronto Treaties.