For all to find.
For all to find
For all to find
For all to find
For all to find
Sunday Services at 8:00, 9:15 and 11:00 AM
You may join any of our online live Zoom services by telephone. Dial one of the telephone numbers here and when prompted enter the Meeting ID and Passcode shown for that service.
From the Greater Toronto Area call either 647-374-4685 or 647-558-0588
Elsewhere in Canada: +1 204-272-7920; +1 438-809-7799; +1 587-328-1099; +1 778-907-2071
We invite you to join us for live services online. If you select the link for any service or event that is listed on this page you go to a page where you will be asked to open “zoom.us” and then “Launch Meeting”. Clicking this button will connect you to the Zoom meeting waiting room, where one of our hosts should admit you shortly. We will open our virtual church ten minutes before each service so you have time to ask questions or chat with one another. If you cannot join the service because we are having technical difficulties, please check your emails or our Facebook page for updates.
Wearing masks indoors is still strongly recommended. We will continue to offer communion from the chancel steps in bread only. If you feel ill, please attend an online service rather than in person. Thank you for serving God with your time and talent, and showing love for your neighbour by doing all you can to keep them healthy.
News and More
We will hold our first in-person rehearsal for the fall, God willing, on Thursday, September 15th at 7:30pm in the parish hall. If you are interested in attending hybrid rehearsals, please contact Lori Dolloff at email@example.com or with any questions involving choir or choral procedures.
Our St. Peter’s Parish Profile is Here
The bishop has approved our Parish Profile document for publication.
The parish profile is a key part of the process of attracting a new priest to work with us as we seek to serve the needs of our church, community and the Gospel. The parish profile is the document on which a prospective applicant will base their decision to take the application further. (adapted from the Diocese of Chichester)
This document will be posted for two months, after which the bishop will suggest several candidates for the Parish Selection Committee to interview.
Reflection on Hybrid Worship
Our Pentecost 2022 SPAN newsletter is here.
With the introduction of hybrid services, we are looking for a few more volunteers to be sidespeople. The most pressing needs are in-person sidespeople for the 8:00 a.m and 11:15 a.m hybrid services and Zoom sidespeople for the 11:15 a.m service. If you are interested or have any questions, please contact Gary Spence at firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to any of our friendly sidespeople. As per Diocesan policy, in person volunteers must be fully vaccinated.
Looking for Tech Help and Zoom Hosts
We are looking for people from youth on up who are interested in joining the hybrid services in-church production team and/or co-hosting the Zoom services. We will provide training. Roles include operating the webcams and sound in the church building, and Zoom hosting which can be done in the church building or online, so that we can have “hybrid” church services. Please contact email@example.com to indicate your interest in being trained for this role.
Deacon’s Cupboard Food Bank
The Deacon’s Cupboard Food Pantry will be starting to give out bags with food items in them for the month of September. We’d greatly appreciate it if you could add some of the items listed below to your shopping list and drop them off at St. Peter’s any time that the church is open.
Cereal, tinned milk, tinned tomatoes, pasta sauce, dry pasta, tuna, tinned fruit, soup, tinned vegetables, macaroni and cheese, baked beans, rice, tea, sugar, soda crackers, pancake mix, syrup, oil (no bigger than 946mls), bottle of juice (no bigger than 1L), peanut butter (small jar)
Thank you so much for your support as we begin to restock our shelves.
At the moment we support an average of 150 families each month with President’s Choice gift cards. This is an expenditure of $7000-$8000 each month. If you cannot make a food donation, please consider making a cash donation to the Deacon’s Cupboard. Donations can be made by cheque (made payable to St. Peter’s Erindale with “Deacon’s Cupboard” in the memo line), via bank eTransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org (put “Deacon’s Cupboard” in the Comments section) or through CanadaHelps. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
COVID Mandatory Vaccination Policy
The Diocese of Toronto is introducing a policy that requires clergy, diocesan employees and volunteers, and parish employees and volunteers to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19. Volunteers who wish to continue doing their ministry in person, please make sure you read the full policy, found here. This policy is to be implemented by September 30th. The bishops and diocesan leadership have decided not to require proof of vaccination to attend worship in an Anglican church in this Diocese, but they strongly recommend vaccination for those who are medically able.
If you have any news or suggestions for future communications that you would like shared with the St. Peter’s Erindale parish, please connect with the Communications Committee or the Clergy for review.
St. Peter’s Anglican Erindale
3041 Mississauga Road, Mississauga, ON L5L 0B7
Tel: 905 828-2095 • Fax: 905-828-1588
Find us at the northeast corner of Dundas and Mississauga Road. Driveway off of Mississauga Road, just north of Dundas.