Ways of Giving

As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God’s varied grace.”
I Peter 4:10

Divine Mercy is a community seeking to grow in the light of God’s mercy.  This newly established parish on the east side of St. John’s is working to develop active and dynamic ministries and beautiful and joy-filled liturgies.  We are grateful for your generous support of Divine Mercy Parish.  Bellow  are some ways you can give.  

The Collection Basket

During our Sunday Mass, a collection basket is passed through the congregation where monetary offerings are graciously accepted.  These can be both loose, anonymous donations, or in envelopes which are provided by the parish.  If an envelope is registered to the parishioner or includes the giver’s name and address, Divine Mercy will record your donation and will provide a tax receipt in January for the prior years’ gifts.  

If you would like a set of envelopes, contact our Parish Office.

In Person or Mail-in Offerings

In Person or Mail-in Offerings can be made to the Divine Mercy Parish Office located at the St. Paul’s site:

340A Newfoundand Drive, St. John’s, NL A1A 3R9 

Office Hours: 

Monday-Thursday: 8:30am to 4:00 pm

Friday: 8:30am to 12:00pm


This option is an online banking process through your bank.  It can be a one-time donation or on a schedule you determine.

To use this option, you will need to log onto your bank account and go to the “transfer” option.  Here is the information you will need from Divine Mercy:

Transfer E-mail: dmparishnl@outlook.com

Please remember to include your full name and a message letting us know what the e-transfer is for.  

Preauthorized Direct Giving

Divine Mercy Parish is now set up to receive preauthorized direct giving.  This option allows you to have your weekly Offertory contributions automatically withdrawn from you bank account on a monthly basis.  If you are interested in this option please fill out the attached form.  

Please submit the completed form, along with a void cheque to the Divine Mercy Parish Office.