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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    go north two blocks to South Drive turn left There is street parking available The church is just a little further along on South Drive at the corner of Mount Pleasant From South Go north on Mount Pleasant splits off from Jarvis as you approach Bloor South Drive is the first right turn after the traffic lights on Elm Avenue The church is on the corner and there is parking

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/00map.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    urban churches have been connected with rural churches in this endeavour People in rural areas supply the land and machinery while those in urban areas fundraise for crop inputs You can find more details on the work of the Foodgrains Bank at www foodgrainsbank ca If you would like to make donations to the bank please mark Canadian Foodgrains Bank on the third line of your donation to RPC Please

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/165canadianfoodgrainsbank.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    our members and friends of the congregation who are able to assist by passing on office attire for those who are able to use it Donations can be dropped off at the church at any time To become involved in collecting donations from the community or to find out more please contact Irene King or call the church office at 416 921 1931 Outreach Home Page Boarding Homes Ministry Canadian

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/165dressyourbest.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    and recreation At times we offer additional enriching activities such as drama storytelling music or painting The programme is overseen by a steering committee comprised of members from our own congregation as well as St Simons Anglican Church Our Lady of Lourdes the 614 St James Town urban mission as well as the St James Town Safety Committee To volunteer with the St James Town After School Programme or to

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/165stjamestownafterschoolprogram.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    Understanding by all members of the St James Town Ecumenical Coalition the Rev Bill MacLellan was interviewed by CBC s Metro Morning host Andy Barrie back to page 1 home memo of understanding HOME ABOUT RPC MUSIC YOUTH OUTREACH MINISTRY

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/165stjamestowncoalition-p3.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    of other religious traditions to join the Coalition in its work Our goal is to offer whatever resources the community needs based on our ability to provide These resources range from financial to moral to political to physical The resources we provide are intended to build the capacity of the residents programs and organizations in St James Town How we do it 1 Any group based in Toronto can apply to become a member of the Coalition so long as they share the desire to make St James Town a better place and agree to our Memorandum of Understanding Admission to the Coalition will be granted through the consensus of the current members 2 Each organization shall have one vote although multiple members of an organization can attend and contribute at meetings 3 Because we are an ecumenical group comprised of different traditions the Coalition will only undertake projects or programs on the basis of consensus 4 Each Coalition member is expected to report back to its own governing body all of the activities of the Coalition Membership in the Coalition obligates all members to contribute whatever they can bring to the Coalition s work There are many kinds of gifts including but not limited to money gifts in kind such as physical space and material gifts volunteer time and prayer All are needed Members of the Coalition are expected to contribute whatever gifts they can They are also expected to support the efforts of the Coalition as well as each member s programs in St James Town 5 It is not for lack of programs that St James Town suffers rather it is a dearth of resources financial and human to maintain and grow these programs Before creating new programs the Coalition will ensure there are no other similar

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/165stjamestowncoalition-p2.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    2 Include RPC in your will To leave a gift to RPC include a bequest in your will The wording can be something like this I give devise and bequeath to Rosedale Presbyterian Church the sum of XXX or X of the residue of my estate And I declare that the receipt of the congregational treasurer shall be sufficient to discharge to my executors for payment thereof 3 Give the Gift of Life Insurance By naming Rosedale Presbyterian Church as your beneficiary on a policy you own Premiums are tax deductible up to 20 of income By assigning dividends on a life insurance policy to Rosedale generating a tax receipt for the amount of the dividends You can give a paid up policy to Rosedale by naming it as owner and beneficiary and can generate a tax receipt for the paid up cash value The tax receipt can be used for this year s income tax returning up to 20 of income and the unused amount can be carried forward for 5 years Begin a new policy naming Rosedale as beneficiary generating a tax receipt for the premium 4 Give a Charitable Gift Annuity Can allow you to give a

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/195stewardshipjune2008.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Rosedale Presbyterian Church
    RPC Another member is Gene Lara Chiara s mother She is a vigorous community activist and an active parishioner at our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church on Sherbourne Ave Through her we met Chiara and heard about the after school program In May of this year another member of the this group the Rev Andrea Budgey assistant curate at St Simon s Anglican Church asked Chiara to go with her to the annual awards dinner of a foundation supporting inner city youth At the dinner high school students from various inner city neighbourhoods received awards for community service including bursaries to continue their studies many matched by Ryerson University None of these young people came from St James Town Chiara told our group that this illustrated the need for clubs such as the one she had started Children in St James Town need help to develop to their full potential both academically and as community leaders She believes it is important to start when they are young and just as important to follow up with them after they enter high school They continue to need encouragement and opportunities and they can help mentor younger children The ecumenical women s group agreed to do what it can to support Chiara s vision for the program St Simon s has made a room available for them RPC has advanced the money required to get the insurance necessary to meet the Anglican Diocese s requirements The program started up again in September with many of the same children as last year There are still challenges This is a one room school house situation and it is hard for one or two people to meet the needs of children of all ages Two of the older girls now in Grade 7 have been given

    Original URL path: http://www.rpcc.ca/165stjamestownafterschoolprogram-2.htm (2016-02-13)
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