Our focus is on people and building relationships
St. Cuthbert's has been involved in sponsoring dinners at Kerr Street for many years. These dinners are attended by people in the community who are facing struggles financially or socially, and are looking for a warm meal and sense of community.
Gathering around the table, sharing food, conversation and time together is a wonderful way to connect people and build community.
If you are not able to volunteer at the dinner, but still would like to be able to support this program, please consider a monetary donation. Each meal costs approximately $300-350, for a total yearly cost to our church of about $2000. Please write Kerr Street Dinner on your envelope.
INTERFAITH COUNCIL OF HALTON
Rev. Jeff is a long standing member of the Interfaith Council of Halton. The IFCH was formed after the events of September 11, 2001 in response to the recognized need for greater awareness and understanding amongst the people of our increasingly diverse community.
To learn more about the Interfaith Council of Halton, please visit their website:
At St. Cuthbert's, we provide a safe space for the seniors in the Oakville community to meet several times a week to socialize, learn, have fun, and forge friendships.
Mission to Seafarers
Day and night for 365 days per year, the Mission is on call providing help for seafarers in over 200 ports around the world.
Seafarers need our help because they are often working in dangerous conditions, with no one else to turn to. Our Port Chaplains send us stories about the sea men and women they support, and we tailor our help to each and every one of them.
Rev. Jeff is on the Board for the Mission to Seafarers.
Click on the link to learn more about the Mission to Seafarers and how you can help.
At Christmas our youth hold a fundraising lunch to help support Matthew House in Toronto.
Matthew House is a welcoming community that offers a range of support services to help refugee claimants establish new lives in Canada. This includes: Shelter, Settlement Support, and Community Transitions.
You can learn more about Matthew House on their website: Matthew House
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