We believe that at the very heart of the Christian faith is love and service to others.  We are learning how to be the hands and feet of Jesus, and invite you to journey with us.

Thanks for helping with our Mitten Tree!

Over 45 pairs of mittens/gloves were received during the children’s “Warm Hearts for Warm Hands” project.  These are being divided between Armagh House and The Kerr Street Mission in Oakville.  Thank you so much for your generosity.

A Classroom for every child!

The youth have decided to take on a project from the PWS&D Gifts of Change Catalogue and would like to fund  “A Classroom for Every Child”.  One of their fundraisers towards this goal was the sale of “Cookies in a Jar”.  They raised $340 towards their mission project.  Congratulations and well done!  A portion of the open offering on Christmas Eve was designated for the project and there will be further fundraising opportunities in 2019.

“The Coldest Night of the Year”

On February 23 there is a major fund raising effort called “The Coldest Night of the Year”.  For the past few years Erindale has entered a team to walk in support of The Dam – a non profit organization in Meadowvale.  The Dam works with at-risk youth and their vision is to stop the flow of at-risk youth in the community from experiencing the pain of homelessness, broken relationships and isolation.  The Dam encourages youth to discover who they are and know where they are going, to make a positive impact in the world as they reach toward their full potential.  We are asking you to consider joining the Erindale team in participating in the walk or if you don’t want to walk – participate by making a contribution to one of the individual walkers on the EPC team or to the team as a whole on the website ( walk will start and finish at : Meadowvale Community Centre,
6655 Glen Erin Dr, Mississauga, ON L5N 3L4.  Walkers have a choice of 2 km, 5 km or 10 km.

  • 4 pm – Registration opens
  • 5 pm – Opening Ceremonies
  • 5:15 pm – Walk begins (all distances)
  • 6 pm – Registration closes
  • 6pm – Meal service begins
  • 8 pm – Route closes, meal service ends

Between 6:00 and 8:00 pm a warm, light meal will be served to all walkers and volunteers.  If you can’t walk that day but still want to help, you can lend you financial support by sponsoring someone from the church who is walking.  See Rev. Jen or Bill Raney for more information or visit the website

If you fundraise your minimum – walkers who raise a minimum of $75 for youth 17 and under, or $150 for adults 18 and older, you will receive a Coldest Night of the Year Toque.

Dignity for all:  Chew on this!
Dignity for All is a multi-partner, non-partisan campaign co-organized by Citizens for Public Justice and Canada Without Poverty with a vision to create a poverty-free and more socially secure and cohesive Canada.  Support the Dignity for All Call to Action. Add your name to the thousands of others who want federal leadership and action for a poverty-free Canada.  Please visit: to sign on to this very important campaign.  Let’s join the fight to end poverty and hunger in Canada.

ARMAGH, a home for abused women and their children

Our most recent work with Armagh was a project we titled “Saving for Suds” which raised money for a washing machine and dryer along with soap, towels, sheets, and laundry baskets.  We also share in a long-term tradition of providing Pajamas and slippers at christmas time.

Cairn Family of Camps

Thank you so much for everyone’s generosity in either providing baking or buying baking at the“Send a Kid to Camp Bake Sale” on April 17, 2016. The kids raised an amazing $484 which will be used to send kids in need to Cairn Family of Camps this coming summer.

Caring and Sharing

Caring and Sharing is a ministry where in we collect groceries each week for a household in need.  Please contact the church office for more information.

Deacon’s Cupboard

The Deacon’s Cupboard is an ecumenical outreach program located in St. Peter’s Anglican. It offers practical, emotional and spiritual support to those in need. This includes food and personal care items offered on a voucher basis as well as clergy and nursing support.

This mission is supported by the following churches in the area: St. Peter’s Anglican, St. Thomas a Becket Anglican, Erin Mills United, Erindale Presbyterian and Erindale United. The Deacon’s Cupboard also does some of its own fundraising and receives donations from numerous schools, scout groups, the police, businesses and individuals in the community.

Erindale supports this outreach program by encouraging its members to bring in non-perishable goods each Sunday, provide donations throughout the year and by hosting various fundraising activities throughout the year. As well, a few of our members provide volunteer support.

Visit: for more information.

Good Samaritan Fund

The Good Samaritan fund is used as a caring outreach to provide monetary assistance to persons in need, either within the congregation or part of our local community, and to help fund local groups that are seeking to perform community service to those in poverty and need.

Individuals are invited to give to this fund in an envelope labelled, “Good Samaritan Fund”.

Links Across Borders

Each year Links Across Borders travels with a group of volunteers to Ghana in May.  The group will help to complete a new library, design and coordinate activities for children and youth in two villages and run the Love to Read Campaign from May 6 – June 2.   Sylvia Morrison, the founder of Links Across Borders, is hoping to give a solar lamp to each child who participates in the Love to Read Campaign this year.

Erindale supports this ministry through book donations along with financial donations to help provide solar-powered lamps for children.  These lamps are  useful for the child’s household during in the weekly power outages.  Lack of light in the home limits the child’s opportunity to study, read, or do homework at night.

A letter from Sylvia…

I have no words to express my sincere appreciation for Erindale’s expression of generosity and care last Sunday. Erindale gave generously to Links Across Borders ( providing 50 Solar Powered Lamps (more than $1250 was raised!) for children living in Ghana**. I will bring back photographs of that event for the church to see to whom the fifty lamps went.
With heartfelt gratitude,
Sylvia Morrison
**Each year Links Across Borders travels with a group of volunteers to Ghana in May, Sylvia coordinates the group. This year the group of 17 comprise Humber & George Brown College students along with 4 individuals who will take their vacation time to volunteer in Ghana. The group will help to complete a new library, design and coordinate activities for children and youth in two villages and run the Love to Read Campaign from May 6 – June 2. Sylvia is hoping to give a solar lamp to each child who participates in the Love to Read Campaign this year. A donation of $25 could provide a lamp that would be useful for the child’s household during in the weekly power outages. Lack of light in the home limits the child’s opportunity to study, read, or do homework at night.

Presbyterians Sharing

Presbyterians Sharing is the national church fund that supports the mission and ministries we do together in Canada and around the world.  Presbyterians are sharing in a wide range of ministries from encouraging and equipping congregational renewal and development, to supporting inner city , native, refugee, urban, remote and chaplaincy ministries in Canada, to sending mission personnel to work with international partners.

Presbyterian World Service and Development

Presbyterian World Service & Development is the development and relief agency of The Presbyterian Church in Canada. For over 65 years, our church has been actively working to serve marginalized and vulnerable people through Presbyterian World Service & Development. While the global context has evolved since PWS&D was first formed, what has not changed is a commitment to Christ’s message of love through justice, poverty reduction and support in times of disaster.  Erindale supports the work of PWS&D through financial gifts, and in particular times of crisis and disaster.


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