St. Peter's Church in Erindale, Mississauga, Ontario

July 21, 2024, 9th Sunday after Pentecost

You may join any of our online live Zoom services by telephone. Dial one of the telephone numbers here. 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

8:00 AM
BCP Service
Online only

Or Join by telephone: (647) 374-4685 or (647) 558-0588

Meeting ID: 839 6957 5036
Password: 512509

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10:00 AM
BAS Choral Eucharist
In-person and Online

Or Join by telephone: (647) 374-4685 or (647) 558-0588

Meeting ID: 833 2135 7459
Password: 354387

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Church School will resume in September

During worship, children are always invited to pick up a children’s bulletin, use the children’s bags located in the Narthex or take books from the library into their pews.

If you would like more information or would like to help in any way with church school, please contact Linda Ghirardo at:

Youth Group during 9:15 AM service
In-person & Online

For information on how to join the S.P.Y. Bible Study, please contact Lydia Cordie at

The Rev. Roshni Jayawardena will be on vacation from July 8 to August 3. While she is away, you can contact the Rev. Maria Nightingale for your pastoral needs.

Nursery Attendant Job Posting

St. Peter’s is looking for a Nursery Attendant to supervise children during services from approximately 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every Sunday (Fall-Spring; shorter summer hours). This is a paid position ($17.00/hr.) and is a rewarding experience for those looking to work with children ages 5 and under.

Duties include:

  • Caring for children 5 years and younger (includes infant needs)
  • Light cleaning
  • Monitoring of supplies
  • Willingness to incorporate Anglican teachings during play
  • Willingness to support the Church school team as needed

For those 18 years and older, a Police Record Check is required (paid for by the church). Babysitting course, St. John Ambulance and/or Red Cross First Aid training are an asset. If interested in this position, please send your resume and cover letter to Rev. Roshni Jayawardena. Click here to view the job posting (PDF).

Music notes

Summer Postludes & Preludes

Do you play an instrument or sing? Have you been wracking your brain trying to figure out how to share your gifts with your friends at St. Peter’s?! This summer we are highlighting some of the musical gifts in the congregation and are looking for volunteers who would like to play a piece for the prelude and/or postlude of the Sunday 10am services. If you have questions about this or would like to sign up, please contact Mark Matterson (

Summer Pick-Up Choir

If you are curious about what it would be like to sing in one of St. Peter’s choirs, you are invited to get a taste of it this summer! All you need to do is meet in the church lounge at 9:30am on Sunday for rehearsal, and then you and others will sing in the 10am service. No robes, no commitment, no experience necessary – just music and fellowship this summer!

Peanuts characters Charlie Brown and Linus are seen singing and saying "Happiness is singing in the choir!"
A glowing candle is surrounded by a pair of hands.

Prayer Corner Available

In-person congregants who wish additional, private prayer can meet with a prayer minister following the Sunday services. The Prayer Corner is located in the Bell Tower. Anointing with oil for healing will also be available at this time.

Worship Update

We recognize that COVID-19 continues to impact our lives and particularly some of the most vulnerable groups among us. You are encouraged to remember that how you participate in worship is your own choice, and your choices may look different from others in our community. However, we continue on this journey together, loving God and our neighbour in this holy time. If you have questions, please contact Rev. Roshni Jayawardena or Rev. Maria Nightingale.

Pandemic Precautions

Wearing masks indoors still is strongly recommended. 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.

Serving Christ and Your Neighbour

Volunteers needed

We are grateful for all those who offer their time and talent throughout the church year. We need more people to volunteer in-person and online for our Sunday services and programs throughout the week. Consider your gifts and talents, and please get in touch with one of the clergy or the church office to discuss possibilities for service. Thank you!
Additional training and screening may be necessary depending on the work being done.

A cartoon pitcher of lemonade and lemons surround the stylized word "lemonade"

Lemonade on the Lawn

We are still looking for a few volunteers to serve lemonade and juice over the summer after the 10am service. We have openings on August 11, September 1, 8 and 15. Sign up on the bulletin board or call Nora Langan for more information.

A composite of photos show people cleaning up the St. Peter's cemetery headstones, and a before and after picture showing a grey tarnished headstone cleaned to gleaming white.

A Note from Thom on the Monument Clean-up Project:

THANKS SO MUCH to all who have been coming out to help clean the headstones so far this year. There’s still a lot to be done to finish all monuments before the end of Summer / early Fall, so I plan to continue with Wednesday and Saturday morning sessions from 9 AM to 1 PM each day unless there’s a conflict with an interment.

If you can come out to help, please let me know ( so I can have enough supplies on hand.

I hope to see many of you at an upcoming session in the churchyard … and as always, ANY AMOUNT OF TIME AND EFFORT you can offer is very much appreciated as we strive to hit the goal of cleaning ALL monuments before the snow flies.

Church School

We continue to look for teachers and helpers to build up this ministry.  Please speak to Rev. Roshni ( or Linda Ghirardo ( if interested. Training, support and curriculum are provided. As this ministry involves children, there is also a mandatory screening process involved.

Cartoon children are seen smiling in front of a schoolhouse

The Deacon’s Cupboard

Click here for more information about the Deacon’s Cupboard.

The Deacon’s Cupboard Food Pantry is closed for the month of July.
It will reopen on Wednesday, August 7 at 9:00 am.

Please check Food Banks Mississauga for alternate locations to get food.

We serve postal codes: L5B, L5C, L5H, L5J, L5K, L5L 

We need your support. Our monthly expenditures are now greater than our monthly cash receipts. The increased expenditures are due to the rising cost of food and the increasing amount of food we need to buy. The number of people we are serving is increasing. 

Monetary donations would be most welcomed. Please consider writing a cheque out to St. Peter’s Erindale and include “Deacon’s Cupboard” on the memo line. Donations can also be sent as an e-transfer to and put “Deacon’s Cupboard” in the comments section.

Your continued support is greatly appreciated.

Feed the Hungry

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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.

“Serving God together,
Acting with compassion,
Proclaiming hope”