Bolton United Church has served the Bolton community for over 140 years based on the generous donation of members, church visitors and participants in our community events.
We are extremely grateful for the generosity of these individuals who have allowed us and continue to allow us to maintain our programs, services and facilities.
We support many groups that use our building and facilities, and we provide care to Seniors, to the Caledon Community Services organization, the United Church’s Mission and Service Fund www.united-church.ca/social-action, to the Caledon Women’s shelter and many other programs.
In addition to our regular Sunday service offering, there are several ways that you can make a financial contribution to Bolton United Church.
Online donations are made easy through the Canada Helps.org website. It is a convenient and secure way to help Bolton United Church.
Simply click on the Canada Helps link below and you will be taken to a secure site where you will be asked how much you would like to donate, your credit/debit card payment information and some personal information (to allow a tax receipt for your donation).
You can make a one-time donation or a monthly donation. You may make your donation in honour of, or in memory of, a loved one and provide any additional information you would like concerning y our donation.
Call us at 905 857 2615, or email us at , if you need any further information on online giving.
To Donate online go to Canada Helps at:
Pre-Authorized Remittance Payment Donations
How To Get Envelopes
Members and attendees of Bolton United church who would like to make regular financial contributions to the life of our church are encouraged to enroll in our Pre-Authorized Remittance (PAR) payment program. Registering with PAR means that an amount you specify will be automatically deducted from your bank accounting a way identical to how many people pay their monthly bills. Not only is this a convenient method by which you can support Bolton United Church, but it also provides the church with a steady stream of donations throughout the year, which facilitates planning and the management of our budget.
If you would like to go on PAR, please download the pre-authorized giving form to https://www.united-church.ca/sites/default/files/resources/form_par-authorization.pdf, print it out and complete it, and attach a void cheque.
You can submit your completed form by taking it to the church office during office hours, by placing it in the offering basket at one of the Sunday services or by mailing it to:
Bolton United Church
8 Nancy Street, Bolton, Ontario,
Should you wish to have the discreet, white envelopes for Sunday donations, and have your cash donations each week receipted at the end of the year, please contact our church office, either by phone 905 857 2615 or email office @BoltontUnitedChurch.com or use our feedback form here and we would be more than happy to provide these to you.
Bolton United Church’s Legacy of Faith program is a way for you to direct a portion of your estate to the Church so that your gift will help ensure the future vitality of our church. If you are interested in learning more about this important program, please contact our church office at 905 857 2615 or by email at
We have memorial Easter Lilies in the church every Easter. If you would like to donate towards the memorial of a family member or friend please contact the church office at or look for the special envelopes in the pews
Each year we provide special Christmas donation envelopes to allow you to make a unique donation at this special time of year.You can find these envelopes in the pews, church office or at the back of the sanctuary. These donations will help further our ability to meet the needs of the community at Christmas.
Mission and Services Funds
Bolton United Church supports the Mission and Services fund of the United Church. This fund allows the support of various missions around the world, nationally and locally. Any of your donations to the Bolton United church can be directed at this fund, in whole or in part. To learn more about the various projects funded by the M&S fund please visit the United Church Website Here.