Financially supporting our parish

Financially supporting our parish

Dear parishioners and friends of St. Nicholas Tavelich parish,

As the suspension of the public masses continues the parish expenses do not stop. Thank you to all who have continued to donate to our parish despite the inability to attend mass.

Here are few ways in which you can continue to make financial contribution to our parish or the hall renovations:

  1. Mail or bring a cheque (could be post-dated cheques) to the parish
  2. Online through
    1. – Go to: and click on DONATE NOW button.
    2. PayPal – Go to and click on the DONATE button at the bottom of the page

Pre-Authorized Debit – At this time this option is not available to us but it’s not difficult to set up. Here you would set an amount that you wish to donate bi-weekly or monthly to our parish and this amount would be directly taken from your account. If you are interested in continuing to support our parish in this way in future please let me know by emailing the parish or phoning. For this to be cost effective we need a couple of households who would like to go this route. If you choose this way of donating you would not receive your envelopes for a weekly donation but only for special collection.

Please Note: Some of you have received emails or text messages asking for money that displayed my name as the sender and identified me as the one making the request. Please don’t reply to these emails or text messages. I’m sorry for the confusion and inconvenience they have caused but it’s beyond our control to stop this from happening. I would never ask you through either text message or email or phone call for money or gift card or anything that requires monetary contribution. Simply delete these emails or text messages or ignore the phone call. They are a spam and scam. Also keep the person sending these in your prayers for their conversion of heart and pray for those who received it that they won’t reply.

Thank you for your continued support of St. Nicholas Tavelich Parish.


Fr. Peter