Interfaith Refugee Sponsorship Group

Trinity-Clifton is part of a collection of citizens, churches, and interested parties in Queen's County PEI who are working together to try to bring at least 4 families to the Charlottetown area this coming winter.

This Interfaith Refugee Sponsorship Group has one application - for a family of 8 - currently in process, and if we can get the community support needed, we're prepared to begin sponsorship of at least 3 other families. We want to see children and families brought safely to Charlottetown, as quickly as possible, and as private sponsors, our blended visa applications are poised to bring families first. Help us support this cause by contributing via GoFundMe (https://www.gofundme.com/syriaPEI/ ) or at the church office. All donations - even $5 - are a meaningful way to make a difference in this urgent crisis, and are deeply appreciated. 


Interfaith Refugee Sponsorship Group on facebook: 

For more information on the government website:


Sponsorship Agreement Holder - Roman Catholic Diocese of Charlottetown
contact: Susan Nye Brothers


City of Summerside and the Summerside Trinity United Church
contact: Rev Dr. Andrew Richardson


Interfaith Refugee Sponsorship Group
contact: Phillip Whittaker and Bonnie Stewart



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We, the Trinity-Clifton Christian family, believe that God has blessed us with diversity, including diversity in sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, race, age, ability and faith. We believe that Jesus challenged boundaries by reaching out to all people, welcoming and honouring all in their uniqueness.

We publicly declare our commitment to openness, growth, action  and education, honouring diversity and challenging injustice in solidarity with those who experience discrimination.

We offer our resources and talents with open hands and hearts in love and service to all as we work for reconciliation and justice locally, regionally, and globally.



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