Diocese of Toronto | Anglican Church of Canada


There is nothing we can give to God that He desires more than the gift of ourselves, the ‘reasonable, holy and living sacrifice’ of a life that belongs joyfully to Him. Yet it is precisely such a life – one which rejoices in bringing God joy – that seeks to offer, out of the abundance of a cup that overflows with love, a sign of thanksgiving, a sign of love.  It is from the awareness of how deeply we are loved, that we desire to love in return.  It is from the awareness of how much we have been given, that we desire to give in return.  Within our hearts is heard the voice of this calling, this echo of love, and we respond.

“Give thanks in all circumstances, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.” (1 Thess. 5: 18)

The work and ministry of the Cathedral Church of St. James is made possible through the giving hearts of its parishioners and friends. Over the years the Cathedral has been built up and sustained through generous gifts of time, talent and treasure. You can help St. James do God’s work with your financial support.

There are several ways you can give to St. James:

  • Pledging through weekly envelopes.
  • Pledging through Pre-Authorized Giving. (PAG)
  • Pledging through your employer’s charitable deduction program.
  • Deferred and Planned Giving (by way of bequests in a Will, Stocks and bonds, Life insurance, RRSPs, real estate, works of art, jewelry, books)
  • Pledging online
  • Pledging by cheque or credit card
  • Transfer of shares
Make a donation online
Make a Tribute or Memorial Offering

Gifts may be made:

Online: click here for more information
By mail: 65 Church Street, Toronto, ON, M5C 2E9
By phone: 416-364-7865

Tax receipts are issued for gifts of $20 or more.

For more information about Stewardship at the Cathedral, please contact Robert Saffrey, Director of Operations & Finance.

The Cathedral Church of St James

106 King Street East, Toronto, ON M5C 2E9 | (416)364-7865 | info@stjamescathedral.ca

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