How to Donate

A Message From TSP

Beloved, Welcome to our ‘Season of Caring.’ Each week during Worship you’ll hear from people who’ve been part of our TSP family for years and why they are. You’ll be able to enjoy food and friendship at Church and in our member’s own homes. All this is to demonstrate who we are. We are a place of radical hospitality. Radical hospitality and caring means building a deeply inclusive community that models, for the world, a new way of being. You’ll hear from those who’ve given much and received more. Christ calls us to hope, faith, joy, and love. Let’s learn how to live that out together. Our Season of Caring begins October 23rd with the theme “Walking over Rocky Ground”, inspired by Bruce Springsteen, it’s a recognition of our resiliency through the pandemic, our financial condition, and our optimism on the path forward – there’s a new day coming. Justice begins like this. It starts with all of us learning how to welcome and be welcomed across diversity, and sharing our gifts together. To succeed we need you. Be daring and caring! Much Love, Rev. Dr. Cheri Di Novo and Board Chair Ashwin Ranjit

6 Ways You Can Give

You can make regular or one-time offerings and gifts to:
•  TSP’s activities locally
•  the Mission and Service Fund of the United Church of Canada

This option requires you to set it up once, then your offering will be given each month automatically. Choose an amount that will be withdrawn from your bank account or charged to your credit card each month.

The easiest and most secure way to set it up is to call Sumiko Jin at (416) 481-0031. You will require either a credit card or your banking info (found on a cheque or in your online banking).

You can also  click here on a computer (not on a phone or tablet) to download the PAR authorization form. Then either complete the form using Adobe Acrobat or print and fill it out, then scan and e-mail the completed form with a copy of a void cheque to
This email will be received by Sumiko Jin or Bob Savaria, our Church representatives responsible for setting up PAR donations.

If you can only use a phone or tablet, please use the Canada Helps option below.

Single gifts or Sunday offerings may be made by personal cheque(s) payable to Trinity-St. Paul’s United Church and mailed to:

TSP Treasurer
110 Barton Avenue
Toronto, ON M6G 1P9
CanadaHelps can process your donation and forward it to TSP. A small portion of your gift goes toward a transaction fee charged by CanadaHelps. After you complete your donation, you will immediately receive by email a printable tax receipt.

You may forward your gift by e-Transfer to Please also send an email to Bob Savaria at indicating how you would like your gift allocated. Your banking institution may charge a small transaction fee.

To make monthly offerings or one-time gifts, click HERE to complete the PAR authorization form. For credit card payment, select Option 2 at the bottom of the form. Email the completed form to A service charge of 2–3% will be charged per transaction.

If you would like to support TSP with your volunteer time, special skills, or other non-monetary contributions, please contact our Board Secretary, Linda Padfield, at

Our Mission

Trinity-St. Paul’s United Church seeks to be an inclusive and affirming Christian community — living out our faith individually and in our life together, engaging the world locally and globally for the sake of justice and peace, and striving to be a centre for faith, justice and the arts.

Trinity-St. Paul’s United Church is an Affirming congregation of the United Church of Canada.

We believe that all persons are equal before God; that the miracle of God’s creation is manifested through our many differences; and that racism is a sin and violates God’s desire for humanity.

As a Centre for Faith, Justice and the Arts (CFJA) we are committed to:

  • Developing new partnerships with arts, justice and community groups.
  • Deepening our understanding of how faith, justice-making and artistic endeavours can interact and enliven one another and be a source of great creativity and hope.
  • Creating a place of hospitality and community.

Responsible Investing

Trinity-St. Paul’s manages an endowment fund which is held to support and enhance the operations and mission of the church. These funds are invested in four areas. A fossil free market fund that is screened against ESG (environmental, social, and governance) criteria.

  • A market fund specializing in the environmental sector.
  • Investments in global development through Oikocredit, an international ecumenical development cooperative society.
  • To support Indigenous social enterprise we have invested in the Raven Indigenous Impact Fund.

Our Charity

Your donation will be used to help further these goals – please let us know how you would like it to be applied and thank you for considering TSP in your donation plans.


As a centre for Faith: We are a vibrant, busy congregation of the United Church of Canada. We affirm the creative Spirit of God in all of life.


As a centre for Justice: Our congregation supports social justice through a variety of church programs and offers affordable office space for groups promoting social justice in Toronto, across Canada and around the world.

The Arts

As a centre for the Arts: Our building in the heart of the Annex offers a variety of performance and rehearsal spaces that are affordable and convenient for performing arts groups of all kinds.