Support the Residential School Survivors and Their Families

As our Primate, Archbishop Linda Nicholls said in her letter:

“The neglect of the dignity of children, whom Jesus welcomed and protected, calls for repentance in action.”

If you would like to take action please consider donating to any of the following organizations.

Indian Residential School Survivor Society

“We at Indian Residential School Survivor Society (IRSSS) strive to provide physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual growth, development, and healing through culturally-based values and guiding principles for Survivors, Families, and Communities. Our mandate is: To assist First Nation Peoples in British Columbia to recognize and be holistically empowered from the primary and generational effect of the Residential Schools by supporting research, education, awareness, partnerships, and advocating for justice and healing. The Society assists Survivors with counselling, court support, information, referrals, workshops, and more.”

Indian Residential School Survivor Society (IRSSS)
413 W Esplanade, 
North Vancouver BC 
V7M 1A6

The Anglican Healing Fund

This resource provides funding for Indigenous led organizations in the work of cultural and community revival, healing the wounds of Indian Residential Schools.

The Anglican Healing Fund
The Anglican Church of Canada
80 Hayden Street
Toronto, ON
M4Y 3G2

Toronto Urban Native Ministry

TUNM reaches out to Indigenous people on the street, in hospitals, in jails, shelters and hostels, providing counseling, Ceremony, spiritual care and referrals to community services.

Toronto Urban Native Ministry
Church of the Holy Trinity
10 Trinity Square
Toronto, ON, 
M5G 1B1

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The Story behind our

Tracking Organ

Our magnificent three manual, tracker-action organ was installed in the chancel of the church in the spring of 1982 and dedicated to the Glory of God and in memory of those who died in the First World War and the Second World War.

The organ, built by the Karl Wilhelm Company of Mont St. Hilaire, Quebec, has a classical continental design. The case is made of white oak and the pipe shades are of carved butternut. Voiced in the classic French style, its 36 stops and 50 ranks are capable of interpreting a wide variety of organ literature.

Installation required considerable changes to the chancel including moving the altar forward and arranging choir seating to either side. These renovations prompted the design and production of our award-winning Benedicite Kneelers, done in needlepoint by a dedicated group of church members.