Giving for specific ministries
If you donate without specifying a special fund, your donation goes into our General Fund for our day-to-day operating expenses. If you would like your donation to go to a specific ministry, use your offering envelope or the note section in your e-transfer form to indicate the name of the ministry and how much of your offering should go to it.
Around the Well
Around the Well is a church planting ministry--an experiment in discerning God's call to engage the community outside the walls of existing churches in the area. At present our focus is on the residential population on the University of BC campus, especially non-Christians. For more information contact our church office.
Camp Douglas provides a challenging and safe program in a Christ-centered environment helping to foster an appreciation for God’s creation and to equip Christian leaders for the future. You can specify whether to use your donation for their general needs or for camperships. For more information, see https://www.campdouglas.ca/
This fund supports choir expenses for special projects that are not included in our yearly budget.
The money in this fund helps us purchase flowers for special services--for example Easter and Christmas--and to buy annual and perennial plants for our outdoor plantings.
Janet Thomson Group
This women's missionary group meets monthly for fellowship and to engage in fundraising for the Cae Dickson Bursary at St. Andrew’s Hall, Camp Douglas, SOS Children’s Village, Cariboo Missions, Longhouse Native Ministry, and books for our Church School.
If you are writing a cheque for this group, please specify Janet Thomson Group.
The Knitting Group combines fellowship and outreach. They meet on a regular basis to knit prayer shawls as well as scarves and toques for donations to shelters.
Hummingbird Ministries' mission is to promote healing for Indigenous people and healing for the broken relationship with the Church and Canadians. Their activities raise the profile of Indigenous people in Canada through healing Circles, cultural arts and the reclaiming of Indigenous wisdom and spiritual gifts.
The KPC Library is an interesting and useful resource for children, teens, lay adults, and theology students.
Memorial Garden Fund
This fund is used for the purchase of annual flowers for the memorial garden and the maintenance of perennial plants and the irrigation system. It also collects funds for a memorial monument or an alternative type of memorial for recording the names of people whose ashes are in the garden.
Memorial Trust Fund
The purpose of this fund is to accept memorial donations, direct gifts, legacies, and similar types of gifts from members and others. The funds are to be used to enhance services held in the sanctuary. They are also used to preserve items that are historical and representative of Kerrisdale Presbyterian over the years.
Presbyterian World Service and Development
This fund sends money to the national church for the purpose of providing immediate relief and long-term development assistance around the world. For more information, see https://presbyterian.ca/pwsd/
Presbyterians Sharing is the national church fund that supports mission and ministry in Canada and around the world. Funds are used to build strong congregations, serve vulnerable people, walk with Indigenous people, seek justice and share God’s love around the world. For more information, see https://presbyterian.ca/sharing/
Refugee Sponsorship Committee
This fund supports our efforts to welcome refugees into our country.
Roof Replacement Fund
This fund is for the maintenance and repair or replacement of our facility's roof.
This fund helps the Session provide for persons in need of financial or material assistance both among our members and in the community.
This fund helps support fellowship activities such as our post-worship coffee supplies and congregational meals for special occasions.
This fund supports special projects not covered in the yearly budget for the Christian education of children and youth.