MAINTAINING STEWARDSHIP DURING THE CLOSURE OF OUR BUILDINGS  

The buildings of the Anglican Parish of Salt Spring Island are closed, but the Anglican Parish continues to function remotely and will be developing that remote capacity further through our website as the days pass.  We have heard from many people how much our e-services are appreciated.

The costs of running the parish continue through this time of closure, so maintaining our financial stewardship is critical. 

HOW TO MAKE YOUR CONTRIBUTION:

For those who are signed up for automatic debit from a bank account, you need do nothing unless you wish to change the amount; the system continues. The form to change your commitment is available at the bottom of this page. Please complete the form, scan it, and send it to Dale admin@saltspringanglican.ca.

For those who make their contribution in cash or by cheque, we ask you to consider signing up for automatic debit.  The form for new committments is attached at the bottom of this page.  If you complete it and scan it and email it to Dale admin@saltspringanglican.ca.

Dale can forward forms to the Synod office where they can still be processed by staff working remotely. We recognize that not all of you have the capacity to download and scan the document. 

Another method to make your donation is to use Canada Helps Donate Now by Canada Helps.  You can make your contribution by credit card. Please Note:  If you make your contribution through Canada Helps your tax receipt will come from Canada Helps not the Parish.  The Parish will know from whom the donations come.

You can also drop cheques, please no cash, in the parish mail slot to the left of the downstairs main doors.

By our baptism we are Christ’s forever. Gathered or scattered the Church carries on.  

We thank Thee that Thy church, unsleeping,

While earth rolls onward into light,

Through all the world her watch is keeping,

And rests not now by day or night.  

As over each continent and island

The dawn leads on another day,

The voice of prayer is never silent,

Nor dies the strain of praise away.  - The Day Thou Gavest Lord Has Ended - CP - 29