Scholarships, Awards & contests

York St. Peter's Evangelistic Organization's

TWO (2) ScholarshipS

Ministry Ordination Program

Scholarships for two who are called to the ministry and are willing to study the Scriptures diligently to ordination.

Deadline: June 15, 2021

TWO (2) scholarships

the Marriage Program

Scholarships to the Marriage Program for Ordained Clergy wishing to perform marriage in Ontario*

Deadline: TBA


For Secondary School Graduates

This award of $500 will be presented to one Ontario High School Graduate enrolled in full time post secondary Christian Ministry studies within their 2021 graduating year.

This award is aimed towards a Christian Student of good and moral character who has demonstrated that he/she is eager to study the Scriptures further and wishes to pursue a career in the Lord's service as a witness for Christ. This may be through teaching, musical worship, community outreach... This Student must stand out among others, be bold in their faith and not be ashamed to witness for the Lord in the presence of their peers. This Student must demonstrate an above average aptitude in Biblical studies and have an active current involvement and participation in youth ministry or outreach programs. Applicants will be contacted to submit further requirements. Students must be nominated by a Teacher or Pastor. If selected, arrangements for presentation will be made with the nominating individual.

Deadline: Not offered during covid.

Contests - Kindergarten - Grade 8

For ALL primary / Sunday School students

Categories are as follows:

Deadline: Expired

Principal William Groot & Mr. Paul Molczanski, graduate of TDChristian School. Paul was the recipient of the 2020 Ignacio Award.

An annual award of $500 is offered to a Student pursing a career in Christian Ministry in honor of founder & late Archbishop Ignacio De Jesus.
Gracias y Dios te bendiga!

2019 Grade 6 Winner - Marissa M.
The tornado represents the indestructible power that can do good or bad but chooses to always do good. It’s a tornado of everything that is God. From the power of the tornado a delicate orchid is born, representing reverence and humility, innocence and purity, elegance and inconceivable beauty. The fire at the base of the tornado represents the light of the Lord being revealed. “Their work will be shown for what it is, because the day will bring it to light. It will be revealed with fire, and the fire will test the quality of each person’s work.” (1Corinthians 3:13) Glory be to God!" Amen​


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