28 September 2022

In this Issue

WHY FAITHWORKS? Benefits for Parishes

All Saints', Markham holds its 1st annual

Ping Pong tournament

St. Christopher's 5th annual Ping Pong Relay

raises $33,940 for FaithWorks

Visit faithworks.ca for more information

and to view our video library

Donate today at faithworks.ca

or scan this QR code
“Abundance and grace call us to be generous and trusting”
The Most Rev. Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury


Benefits for Parishes

FaithWorks ...

·     Consolidates many potential appeals into one coordinated campaign.

·     Gives ongoing information about the wide spectrum of Ministry Partner programs.

·     Provides written, digital and video materials for parish use.

·     Arranges speakers and presentations.

·     Offers assistance with preparing and implementing a parish appeal.

·     Inspires support of and volunteer participation of parish FaithWorks campaign.

·     Reviews Ministry Partner administration and use of funds.

·     Is an expression of Anglican outreach.

·     Allows us to be more than the sum of our parts as a Diocese by working together.

·     Returns 15% of contributions from each Parish to the Parish for local outreach.


All Saints', Markham's

1st annual Ping Pong Tournament for FaithWorks

- a wonderful event -

Congratulations to All Saints' Church in Markham for holding their first annual Ping Pong Tournament this past Saturday. Everyone had fun while raising $3,500 for FaithWorks.

Thanks for your support!

St. Christopher's

Annual Ping Pong Relay

for FaithWorks

was a great success!

$33,940 raised

Congratulation to St. Christopher's Church for their 5th annual Ping Pong Relay. It was an afternoon of fun and friendship while supporting FaithWorks. 

Thank you to all participants and donors who helped make this event a great success!



Matching Challenge Grant for 2022

- don't miss out on this opportunity to help -

We are only at 25%

and have a ways to go!

A generous donor has offered a $100,000 matching challenge grant for all new and increased donations. This means for every dollar raised over last year’s amount, by an individual or parish, FaithWorks receives an extra dollar. We encourage you to make a special effort this year.

Doing a little more can make twice the difference.

Donate today at faithworks.ca or use the QR code


Request from our ministry partner

the Migrant Workers Ministry

in Durham Region

As the cold weather is upon us, clean and usable, hoodies, jackets and coats for work are requested to help our migrant workers in the fields.

Please contact Fr. Augusto Nunez at augusto.nunez73@gmail.com 

to arrange delivery.


Support the S P I R I T G A R D E N
The Diocese of Toronto is responding to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada Call to Action #82. It calls for the installation of Residential School Monuments in each provincial capital. The Spirit Garden at Toronto City Hall will be a place for teaching, learning, sharing and healing. You can donate by clicking here:

PWRDF is supporting international and local partners providing emergency relief to Ukrainians.

You can donate by clicking here

PWRDF @ FaithWorks

and designating your gift to PWRDF


FaithWorks Sermon or Presentation

To assist and inspire, you can arrange for a sermon, presentation or visit by representatives of our ministry partners, the Director of Stewardship Development, Peter Misiaszek, or me, by contacting the FaithWorks Speakers Bureau at
If you wish to highlight your Parish's events in support of FaithWorks, please forward the details to faithworks@toronto.anglican.ca
FaithWorks Videos

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 or in-person gatherings.

To download any of these videos to use online, contact faithworks@toronto.anglican.ca

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.

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