In this section you'll find guidelines and application forms for:

  • Standing Committee on Mission Grants

  • Parish Loans for Capital Projects

  • Anglican Foundation (information and link)

Standing Committee on Mission Grants

The Committee will evaluate your application to establish if the project meets these basic criteria:

  1. Projects in the geographic area of the Diocese, that advance ministry or mission and advance the goals of the MAP or the Five Marks of Mission, particularly the aims of supporting vital ministries and life-giving partnerships.

  2. Projects that are Anglican, or ecumenical with Anglican participation, that have direct links with the Diocese, or encourage involvement within the Diocese in ministry or mission.

For an application click here

Parish/Congregational Loans for Capital Projects

According to the term of the Parish/Congregational Loans for Capital Projects, low-interest loans will be made available to parishes/congregations in need of financial assistance for the purposes of renovating, improving, repurposing and redevelopment of church buildings. The Loans Committee is particularly interested in supporting:

  • Projects that will help the parish/congregation expand its mission and ministry

  • New and imaginative projects that might have difficulty in finding financial help

  • Projects that can be replicated and shared with others

The Parish/Congregational Loan for Capital Project application form can be downloaded and submitted to Robert Camara Executive Archdeacon, for processing.

We welcome the opportunity to discuss your project with you.  If you have any questions, or require assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us on 514 843 6577 or email

Anglican Foundation

Mission and Values

The Anglican Foundation of Canada seeks to provide abundant resources for innovative ministries, Anglican presence, and diverse infrastructure projects across the Canadian Church.

What can we do for you?

Each diocese may apply for funds twice per year for—

  • innovative ministry, Anglican presence and diverse infrastructure projects;

  • church music in Canada;

  • education and programs in Canada’s North;

  • worship initiatives, liturgical arts, outreach and community endeavours;

  • theological studies;

For more information on the Foundation and what they do, go to