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Recent Presbytery Grant Approvals

The Board of PTCC meets to conduct the business of the Corporation on a quarterly basis. Approvals of grant applications from Presbyteries follow.

2018 – Total Approved Grants (to June 27, 2018): $2,903,864

South West Presbytery ($716,567)

Community Ministries: ($177,324)

Davenport – Perth Community Ministry – $81,716
Jane – Finch Community Ministry – $95,608
Other: ($397,040)

Wesley – Mimico United Church – $5,000
Stonegate Community Ecumenical Ministry – $5,000
Roncesvalles United Church, Outreach Programs – $20,000
Sparrow Lake Camp – Operating Expenses – $19,350
Sparrow Lake Camp – Share Camp Subsidy – $25,000
Grace Place Outreach Ministry – $16,000
Cummer Avenue UC "Drop In" Program – $12,000
St. James United Church – Food Basket Program – $3,600
South West Presbytery Funding for Operating Expenses for Good Tree Korean Church – $25,000
South West Presbytery Funding for Expenses of Filipino Christian Fellowship – $20,000
Jane-Finch Community Ministry, Operating Grant from Presbytery – $20,000
Davenport-Perth Community Ministry, Operating Grant from the Presbytery – $20,000
South West Presbytery, Additional Staffing Costs Jan. – June 2018 – $50,000
Lansing United Church, Grant for Loan Interest Payments for Church Re-Development Project – $17,500
St. John's United Church of Georgetown & Glen Williams Grant for Ev's Kitchen – $500
St. John's United Church of Georgetown & Glen Williams Grant for Lunch at Tuesday "Food for Life" outreach program – $1,170
Windermere United Church Grant for Stone Soup Network Pilot Project – $25,000
Weston King Neighbourhood Centre for a Satellite Site in the Mount Dennis Area – $45,000
Davenport-Perth UC Expenses for a Meal Program on Sunday and at Other Times – $5,000
Islington United Church: Community Dinners and Programming & 5-day Inter-Faith Camp for Youth – $40,000
North Bramalea United Church – Funding for "The Journey" – $30,000
South West Presbytery Funding for Continuation of the Youth Ministry in 2018 – $50,000
South West Presbytery – Youth Programming: Leader's Event and Retreat – $24,000
South West Presbytery: Partial Funding of Staff for July 1 to December 31, 2018 – $50,000
South West Presbytery: Share of the 2018 Shortfall of Mission Support for Indigenous Ministries in Toronto Conference – $10,123

Toronto Southeast Presbytery ($529,536)

Massey Centre for Women – $6,000
Ecumenical Chaplaincy at U of T, Scarborough Campus – $15,000
Moorelands Community Centre, Children's Programs in Thorncliff Park – $6,000
Toronto Urban Native Ministries – Adoptee's Support Programs – $8,000
Camp Lake Scugog – Operations – $15,000
Toronto Christian Resource Center, Regent Park – $3,498
Anglican United Refugee Alliance (AURA) – $15,000
Bloor Street United Church Grant for Refugee Outreach Programs – $10,000
Regent Park Community Ministry Funding for Staff and Expenses Related to the Community Ministry (formerly the West Don Ministry) in 2018 – $104,000
Toronto Southeast Presbytery Funding for a Toronto Conference Social Justice Staff Person – $60,000
Toronto Southeast Presbytery Funding for a New Program Staff Person, "Mission Animator" for Congregational Revitalization and Faith Formation – $125,000
Alpha Korean United Church Funding for North Korean Refugee Ministry – $4,000
Deer Park United Church Funding for Children's Art Club – $5,000
West Hill United Church Phase 1 Consulting Services of Eco-Ethonomics to Explore Social Enterprise Interest in Space at the Church – $7,000
Toronto Southeast Presbytery Consultant's Study of the Church of the Master Site for Repurposing Options as Church Closed in 2017 – $10,500
Christian Jewish Dialogue of Toronto – Partial Funding for a Documentary Film on Poverty in Toronto and Ontario – $25,000
Toronto Southeast Presbytery Funding of the Alan Roxburgh Program (Currents) in Congregations in TSE and SW Presbyteries – $59,000
Bathurst United Church Funding for a Consultant to Study and Report on the Congregation's Long Range Plan to Move to the Mirvish Village Re-Development with a Full-Time Minister – $50,000
Camp Lake Scugog – Funding for Renovations of Camper Washrooms – $20,000
Bathurst United Church funding for a new minister's salary, additional hours to go from 1/2 time to 3/4 time in 2018 – 2019 – $26,000
The Donway Covenant United Church Funding for Phase 1 of a Pastoral Care Program and Spiritual Resources – $8,000
Tamil United Church Mission Funding for Additional 10 Hours Per Week in 2018 for the Minister – $18,000
West Hill United Church Phase 2 Consulting Services of Eco-Ethonomics in 2018 to Explore Social Enterprise Interest in Space at the Church – $11,266
Toronto Southeast Presbytery Portion of the Mission Support Shortfall for Indigenous Ministries in Toronto Conference in 2018 – $10,123
Knob Hill United Church Funding for an Enhanced Community Youth Basketball Ministry Program at the Church – $29,700

Living Waters Presbytery ($482,060)

Burton Avenue United Church, Barrie, Expenses in 2016 for "Open Hands United" Outreach Ministry in Nicaragua – $98,200
Living Waters Presbytery grant in 2018 for "Camp Awesome", New Hope UC and Camp Big Canoe – $74,000
Living Waters Presbytery 2018 Budget Expenses – $25,900
Living Waters Presbytery 2018 Community Ministry Staffing in the Presbytery – $71,400
Grace United Church, Barrie 2018 Youth Minister Staffing costs with Presbytery Utilizing 50% of the Minister's Time – $57,263
Living Waters Presbytery Consulting and Other Costs for Workshops & Events for 20 to 40 Year Olds – $10,000
St. James Centennial United Church: Partial Funding for Human Resources to Transform the Church into a Centre for Community a Social Enterprise – $16,909
Living Waters Presbytery Funding for Staff and Consulting Time for Presbytery Gatherings and Events in 2018 – $95,000
Bradford United Church Funding for Capital Improvements at the Church for New Ministries in the Local Arts Community to Enhance and Improve the Performance Space – $33,388

Northern Waters Presbytery ($1,054,150)

Northern Waters Presbytery, Expenses for Additional Staff Salaries in 2018 – $100,000
Northern Waters Presbytery Grant for Unfunded Presbytery Budget Expenses in 2018 – $90,013
Westminster United Church, Orangeville, Partial Funding for Capital Project: Renovations of Church Kitchen and Auditorium – $125,000
Dundalk United Church Partial Funding for a Capital project to Provide an Emergency Exit and Kitchen Improvements – $15,000
Annesley United Church Partial Funding for Kitchen Upgrades at the Church – $17,137
Kemble-Sarawak United Church Partial Funding for a Capital Project to Provide a Building Addition with an Elevator, Storage Areas, Accessible Washrooms and Other Costs – $177,000
Wasaga Beach United Church Partial Funding for a New Addition to the Church and Parking Lot Improvements – 6,400 SF Addition with a Fellowship Room, Nursery/ Meeting Room, Storage Areas, Accessible Washrooms, Kitchen Improvements and Other Costs – $530,000


2017 – Total Approved Grants (to November 29, 2017): $2,096,085

South West Presbytery ($586,990)

Community Ministries: ($189,950)

Davenport – Perth Community Ministry – $90,450
Jane – Finch Community Ministry – $89,500
Fir Grove Learning Centre – $10,000
Other: ($397,040)

Wesley – Mimico United Church – $5,000
Stonegate Community Ecumenical Ministry – $6,000
Roncesvalles United Church, Outreach Programs – $16,000
Sparrow Lake Camp – Operations, Staff Support – $9,000
Toronto Conference Mission Support Grant Contribution by the Presbytery for Indigenous Ministries Within the Conference – $8,970
Sparrow Lake Camp – Share Camp Subsidy – $25,000
Grace Place Outreach Ministry – $16,000
Cummer Avenue UC "Drop In" Program – $12,000
St. James United Church – Food Basket Program – $4,500
Islington United Church, Expenses for Maybelle Food Program with Daily Bread Food Bank – $5,000
South West Presbytery Funding for Operating Expenses for Good Tree Korean Church – $20,000
South West Presbytery Funding for Expenses of Filipino Christian Fellowship – $20,000
Jane-Finch Community Ministry, Operating Grant from Presbytery – $20,000
Davenport-Perth Community Ministry, Operating Grant from the Presbytery – $20,000
South West Presbytery, Additional Staffing Costs Grant – $100,000
Lansing United Church, Grant for Loan Interest Payments for Church Re-Development Project – $13,125
Uganda Martyrs United Church, Costs Related to Renting Vehicle to go to Rendezvous 2017 in Montreal – $1,000
Uganda Martyrs United Church, Costs to Set Up a Food Pantry at the Church – $5,000
Davenport Perth Community Ministry, Grant for Community Initiative "Pelham Tasting Our Routes" – Understanding the Community Better – $5,800
St. John's United Church of Georgetown & Glen Williams Grant for Ev's Kitchen – $475
St. John's United Church of Georgetown & Glen Williams Grant for Lunch at Tuesday "Food for Life" Outreach Program – $1,170
Islington United Church for the 2017 GO Project for Youth – $6,000
Windermere United Church Grant for Stone Soup Network Pilot Project – $20,000
South West Presbytery Grant for Funding of a Pilot Project in the GTHA for a French-Language Community of Faith, with the General Council – $20,000
Weston King Neighbourhood Centre for a Satellite Site in the Mount Dennis Area – $30,000
Davenport-Perth UC Expenses for a Meal Program on Sunday and at Other Times – $5,000
Islington United Church Camping Costs for Christian & Muslim Children, Grades 4 - 8, at Five Oaks Retreat Centre – $2,000

Toronto Southeast Presbytery ($529,536)

Massey Centre for Women – $5,500
Ecumenical Chaplaincy at U of T, Scarborough Campus – $15,000
Fred Victor Mission, "Reflections Memorial" Project – $2,000
Moorelands Community Centre, Children's Programs in Thorncliff Park – $6,000
Tamil United Church Mission – $12,500
Toronto Urban Native Ministries – Adoptee's Support Programs – $7,000
Camp Lake Scugog – Operations – $10,000
Toronto Christian Resource Center, Regent Park – $8,000
Anglican United Refugee Alliance (AURA) – $15,000
Bloor Street United Church Grant for Refugee Outreach Programs – $4,871
Toronto Southeast Presbytery Expenses for the "Fresh Expressions Ministry" at Danforth & Main Avenues, with Hope UC – $27,500
Kingston Road United Church Grant for Facilitation Costs for "Futures Planning" Program with EDGE – $3,000
Bathurst United Church Grant for Facilitation for a "Futures Planning" Program – $3,000
Kimbourne Park United Church Funding the Community Food Security Program and Garden – $3,500
College Street United Church Grant for Operating Costs of an Intercultural Ministry, "Bridges of Grace" – $7,200
Ecumenical Chaplaincy at U of T, Additional Grant for 2017 Operational Shortfall – $7,500
Toronto Southeast Presbytery Funding for Expenses Related to the Consulting Services by TUCC for Phase 2 of the Presbytery MAP in 2017 – $29,725
Toronto Southeast Presbytery Grant for Wind-Up Expenses for Presbytery Social Justice Project in 2017 (Project Under Review) – $4,780
Regent Park Community Ministry Funding for Staff and Expenses Related to the Community Ministry (Formerly the West Don Ministry) in 2017 – $100,000
Camp Scugog Subsidy for Campers Expenses – $9,000
Toronto Southeast Presbytery Funding for Part-Time Minister for the East End Regional Ministry (March to December 2017) – $29,500
Toronto Southeast Presbytery Funding for TUCC Consulting Services for the East End Regional Ministry (March to September 2017) – $15,000
Toronto Southeast Presbytery Funding for a Toronto Conference Social Justice Staff Person to 2019 – $40,000
Toronto Southeast Presbytery Funding for a New Program Staff Person for Congregational Revitalization and Faith Formation to 2019 – $100,000
St. Mark's United Church Funding for a Facilitator from EDGE for Futures Planning Work at St. Mark's – $6,000
Knox Agincourt United Church, Additional Hours for Pastoral Care and Seniors Programming to Accommodate Recently Arrived Seniors from Neighbouring Scarborough Churches that have closed – $13,260
College Street United Church, Salary & Benefits for the Minister at Bridges of Grace Portuguese Mission and Other Costs – $9,200
Tamil United Church Mission, Salary & Benefits for the Minister – $35,500

Living Waters Presbytery ($706,118)

Burton Avenue United Church, Barrie, Expenses in 2016 for "Open Hands United" Outreach Ministry in Nicaragua – $96,300
Living Waters Presbytery Expenses for the East Gwillimbury Project and Presbytery VCD Commission Projects & Program Expenses in 2017 – $177,000
Living Waters Presbytery 2017 Budget Expenses – $73,000
Living Waters Presbytery Grant in 2017 for "Camp Awesome" ($20,000), Funding for TC Social Justice Staff Person ($25,000), and Staff Facilitator for "Rural Collaboration" ($5,000) – $50,000
Camp Big Canoe for Operating Expenses – $25,000
Living Waters Presbytery 2017-2018 Community Ministry Staffing in the Presbytery – $28,600
St. Paul's United Church, Orillia Grant to Assist in Paying Expenses for Phase 1 of Capital Renovations in Sanctuary to Make it Ready for Community Use and Completion of Sound and Video System – $200,000
Grace United Church, Barrie 2017 – 2109 Youth Minister Staffing Costs with Presbytery Utilizing 50% of the Minister's Time – $56,218

Northern Waters Presbytery ($273,441)

Northern Waters Presbytery, Expenses for Additional Staff Salaries in 2017 – $100,000
Toronto Conference Mission Support Grant Contribution by the Presbytery for Indigenous Ministries Within the Conference – $8,970
Camp Simpresca Capital Expenses Grant in 2017 – $25,000
Northern Waters Presbytery Grant for Unfunded Presbytery Budget Expenses in 2017 – $73,900
Central Westside United Church, 2016 Faith Books Plus Library Annual Expenses – $4,000
Trinity United Church, Shelburne Grant for the Repair of the Main Entrance to the Church – $25,000
Trinity United Church – Annan Woodford Pastoral Charge, Partial Funding for a Stair Lift in the Church – $16,000
Grey Bruce Health Care Chaplaincy Council, Funding for Chaplaincy Costs – $16,570
Central Westside United Church, 2017 Faith Books Plus Library Annual Expenses – $4,000


2016 – Total Approved Grants (to November 23, 2016): $1,857,289

South West Presbytery ($554,455)

Community Ministries: ($222,800)

Davenport – Perth Community Ministry – $109,923
Jane – Finch Community Ministry – $112,877
Other: ($331,655)

Wesley – Mimico United Church – $5,000
Stonegate Community Ecumenical Ministry – $6,000
Emmanuel – Howard Park United Church – $15,000
Sparrow Lake Camp – Operations, Staff Support – $10,000
Sparrow Lake Camp – Community Ministries Outreach Camps – $13,500
Sparrow Lake Camp – Share Camp Subsidy – $25,000
Grace Place Outreach Ministry – $16,000
Cummer Avenue UC "Drop In" Program – $10,000
St. James United Church – Food Basket Program – $3,200
North Bramalea United Church – The Neighbourhood Centre Community Outreach Program – $27,000
South West Presbytery funding for operating expenses for Good Tree Korean Church – $20,000
South West Presbytery funding for expenses of Filipino Christian Fellowship – $20,000
Davenport-Perth United Church, Community Meal Program – $5,000
Islington United Church, GO Project – $7,500
Islington United Church, Youth & Young Adults Program – $5,000
Huttonville United Church, subsidy for music students in the community – $4,000
St. John's United Church of Georgetown & Glen Williams, various community outreach programs: Ev's Kitchen – $400; Family Initiative Program – $900 and lunch program at food bank – $1,040
Weston King Neighbourhood Centre, grant for program expenses – $30,000
Presbytery – Expenses for additional Presbytery resource staffing – $50,000 in 2016
Presbytery – Expenses related "youth ministry" pilot project fall 2016 – $55,000
Lansing United Church – Loan fees with TUCC – $2,115

Toronto Southeast Presbytery ($238,713)

Massey Centre for Women – $5,500
Ecumenical Chaplaincy at U of T, Scarborough Campus – $14,000
Fred Victor Mission, "Reflections Memorial" Project – $3,000
Moorelands Community Centre, Children's Programs in Thorncliff Park – $4,500
Tamil United Church Mission – $18,000
Toronto Urban Native Ministries – Adoptee's Support Programs – $4,000
Camp Lake Scugog – Operations – $10,000
Toronto Christian Resource Center, Regent Park – $8,000
Anglican United Refugee Alliance (AURA) – $15,000
Ebenezer United Church expenses related to a "Speaker Series" hosted by Ebenezer, Knox and Toronto Chinese United Churches in north Scarborough – $3,333
Toronto Southeast Presbytery expenses for new ministry at Danforth Avenue & Main, Hope United Church – $10,000
Toronto Southeast Presbytery expenses for Phase 2 of the Mission Articulation Process – $15,000
Toronto Southeast Presbytery for East End Church's consultations including consultant's expenses – $12,000
Toronto Southeast Presbytery expenses for staffing of the Social Justice Project in 2016 – $29,380
Toronto Southeast Presbytery contribution towards expenses for Korean Presbyterian Church exchange program – $10,000
Kimbourne Park United Church funding the Community Food Security Program and garden – $5,000
Toronto Southeast Presbytery funding for expenses related to the Learning Communities Project, clustering 3 or 4 churches over an 18-month period to become intentional learning communities – $12,000
Regent Park Community Ministry additional funding for staff and expenses in 2016 – $10,000
Toronto Southeast Presbytery funding for expenses related to the East End Regional Ministry – consulting services from TUCC in 2016 – $15,000
Toronto Southeast Presbytery funding for expenses related to the consulting services by TUCC for Phase 2 of the Presbytery MAP in 2016 and 2017 – $35,000

Living Waters Presbytery ($595,700)

Georgina Island Pastoral Charge – $15,000
Living Waters Presbytery VBS "Camp Awesome" – $20,000
Camp Big Canoe – Operating Expenses – $25,000
Living Waters Presbytery expenses for Congregational Development – $35,000
Living Waters Presbytery Budget Expenses in 2016 – $35,000
New Hope United Church, Vaughan 2016 Operating Expenses – $20,000
Burton Avenue United Church, Barrie, expenses in 2016 for "Open Hands United" Outreach Ministry in Nicaragua – $94,300
Five Oaks Conference Centre, operating expenses grant – $5,000
Living Waters Presbytery expenses for the East Gwillimbury Project and Presbytery VCD Commission projects & program expenses in 2015, 2016 – $246,400
Living Waters Presbytery expenses for additional staff in 2016 & 2017 – $100,000

Northern Waters Presbytery ($468,421)

Presbytery – Expenses for Additional Staff Salaries in 2016 – $100,000
Georgian Shores United Church, expenses for "REACH" outreach ministry – $4,500
St. Paul's United Church, Midland, capital expenses for Phase 2 of re-development project – $265,000
Camp Simpresca capital expenses grant in 2016 – $25,000
Queen's Bush Rural Ministries program expenses grant in 2016 – $1,500
Cookstown United Church legal costs to challenge the Town's "historic designation" of church – $1,271
Northern Waters Presbytery grant for unfunded Presbytery budget expenses – $32,150
Annesley United Church, Markdale partial funding of office entranceway to protect from falling ice off steel roof – $10,000
Central Westside United Church, funding for "Faith Books", the Presbytery Resource Centre – $4,000
Trinity United Church, Rosemont – grant for kitchen and basement renovation – $12,500


2015 – Total Grants: $1,279,307

South West Presbytery ($372,668)

Community Ministries: ($214,618)

Davenport – Perth Community Ministry – $103,136
Jane – Finch Community Ministry – $111,482
Other: ($158,050)

Wesley – Mimico United Church – $8,160
Davenport-Perth United Church – $3,000
Stonegate Community Ecumenical Ministry – $6,000
Emmanuel – Howard Park United Church – $15,500
Sparrow Lake Camp – Operations – $10,000
Sparrow Lake Camp – Share Camp Subsidy – $25,000
Grace Place Outreach Ministry – $16,000
Runnymede United Church – $4,000
St. John's United Church of Georgetown & Glen Williams – $390
Cummer Avenue UC – $9,000
St. James United Church – Food Basket Program – $4,000
Weston-King Neighbourhood Center – Meals Program – $20,000
North Bramalea United Church – The Neighbourhood Centre Community Outreach Program – $22,000
Expenses for Toronto Conference "Living into Right Relations Circle" members to attend the final meeting of the Truth & Reconciliation Commission in Ottawa – $10,000
Funding to South West Presbytery for expenses for Filipino Christian Fellowship Group at Cummer Avenue United Church – $5,000

Toronto Southeast Presbytery ($246,959)

Presbytery – 2015 continuation of West Don Project in Regent Park – $82,000
Massey Centre for Women – $5,500
Ecumenical Chaplaincy at U of T – $12,000
Fred Victor Mission – $3,000
Moorelands Community Centre – $4,500
Tamil United Church Mission – $25,000
Toronto Urban Native Ministries – Children's Programs – $4,000
Camp Lake Scugog – Operations – $10,000
Toronto Christian Resource Center, Regent Park – $8,000
Ina Grafton Gage Seniors Home – $7,500
Anglican United Refugee Alliance (AURA) – $15,000
Bloor Street United Church – Refugee Program – $2,500
Metropolitan United Church – Out of the Cold Meals Program – $417
Alpha Korean united Church Refugee Programs – $417
Tamil United Church Mission – Funding for Minister's Salary – $30,000
Kimbourne Park United Church expenses to set up a "Permaculture Garden" – $3,258
Ebenezer United Church Expenses related to a "Speaker Series" hosted by Ebenezer, Knox and Toronto Chinese United Churches in north Scarborough – $1,667
Presbytery Expenses for Educational Events in 2015-2016 to Support Ministers and Youth in Congregations – $25,000
College Street United Church support for Portuguese Mission – Ponte de Graca United Church – $7,200

Living Waters Presbytery ($217,000)

Five Oaks Centre – $5,000
Georgina Island Pastoral Charge – $11,000
Presbytery VBS "Camp Awesome" – $20,000
Camp Big Canoe – Operating Expenses – $25,000
Presbytery expenses related to consulting work of EDGE of the United Church – $29,000
Presbytery Staffing Costs for 2015 – 2016 – $100,000
Funding for Operating Expenses at New Hope United Church, Vaughan – $15,000
Funding for Part-Time Youth Ministry at Grace United Church, Barrie – $12,000

Northern Waters Presbytery ($442,680)

Central Westside United Church, Faith Books Plus – Expenses – $4,000
Christian Island United Church – Expenses – $20,000
Cookstown United Church – Legal Expenses – $2,500
New Lowell United Church – Building an Addition for Accessibility – $70,000
Presbytery – 2015 Budget Expenses – $36,180
Presbytery – Expenses for Additional Staff, July to December 2015 – $50,000
Queen's Bush Rural Ministries grant – $1,500
Grey Bruce Healthcare chaplaincy grant – $12,000
Anglican United Refugee Alliance (AURA) operating expenses grant – $5,000
Camp Simpresca operating expenses grant – $25,000
Christian Island United Church ministerial expenses grant – $20,000
Westminister United Church, Orangeville major capital improvements grant for sanctuary – $190,000
Expenses for Presbytery Book Store – Faith Books Plus – $4,000
Georgian Shores United Church, Expenses for "REACH" Outreach Ministry – $2,500


2014 – Total Grants: $1,270,266

South West Presbytery ($442,534)

Toronto Southeast Presbytery ($205,200)

Living Waters Presbytery ($174,362)

Northern Waters Presbytery ($448,170.50)


2013 – Total Grants: $725,635

South West Presbytery ($285,635)

Toronto Southeast Presbytery ($204,000)

Living Waters Presbytery ($195,000)

Northern Waters Presbytery ($41,000)


2012 – Total Grants: $515,876

South West Presbytery ($284,011)

Toronto Southeast Presbytery ($43,000)

Living Waters Presbytery ($106,500)

Northern Waters Presbytery ($82,365)


2011 – Total Grants: $332,088

South West Presbytery ($271,965)

Toronto Southeast Presbytery (No grants requested)

Living Waters Presbytery ($30,000)

Northern Waters Presbytery ($30,123)


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Annual Meeting of the Members:

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