NOTE: Some of the below offerings are temporarily on hold due to COVID-19. If you have any questions about what is still running, email

There are many ways to get involved, as a volunteer for a single task, a committee member or a participant in a social group or event. All are welcome in this place.

Service Opportunities

Administrative Helpers

Administrative helpers do anything from folding worship services to stuffing envelopes. Many hands make light work.

Contact: Church Office –

Caring Friends

Caring Friends assist those experiencing illness, recovering from an operation or accident or having a difficult time by providing meals and transportation.

Contact: Church Office –

Children/Youth Supporters

Supporters of the children and youth ministry play with children in the Sunday Toddler Ministry, and serve as trained door people and storytellers in the Sunday Godly Play children and youth circles.

Contact: Michelle Reece –

Friday Knitters' Group

All are welcome at a weekly knitting group held on Fridays from 10:00 am – noon. This group makes a variety of garments for charity as well as prayer shawls. We always make room for more knitters to join.

Contact: Mary Bradley – 416-231-4349


All ages are welcome to help care for the Giving Garden. Duties include watering, weeding, planting, harvesting and cleanup.

Contact: Steve Tower –

Greeters and Ushers

Greeters and ushers provide a warm welcome and assistance at Sunday morning services.

Greeters: Barbara Spearin – 
Ushers: John Page –

Out of the Cold Servers

Volunteers from Islington United provide a hot supper for the homeless in the community, hosted by All Saints Anglican Church, on two Fridays between November and April.

Contact: Bill Drinnan –


We are in need of skilled photographers to take high quality photos for our print and digital materials. If you have a good eye and would be willing to take photos of an event, we’d love to hear from you.

Contact: Peggy Sheffield –

Prayer Shawl Ministry

Individuals receive a pattern and wool and either knit or crochet prayer shawls according to their own pace.

Contact: Gayle Little –


Readers’ Guild members take turns presenting the scripture at Sunday morning services. If you have a passion for scripture, this may be a good fit.

Contact: May Hutzel –

Refugee Support

This group coordinates the year-long sponsorship of a family immigrating to Canada, by planning, fundraising, advocacy and hands-on support.

Contact: Dennis Bradley –

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministry trains lay persons to provide high quality, confidential, Christ-centred care to people who are hurting. Training takes place annually.

Contact: Rev. Maya Landell –

Committees and Teams

Arts and Environment

The Arts and Environment Committee is a fun group that embellishes the Church and  Sanctuary for the liturgical seasons of the Church Year. All are welcome and encouraged to join our team – no experience necessary.

Contact: Jackie Blackwell –


The Communications Committee is responsible for the timely and accurate communication of all matters – hard copy and digital, including the website – pertaining to church life.

Contact: Peggy Sheffield –


The Communion Committee prepares the elements for monthly communion service. A calm approach and steady hand are helpful in this role.

Contact: Ian McPherson –


The Facilities Committee oversees the planning, maintenance and repair of our church home. Those who understand any of these areas are welcome.

Contact: Bob Shirer –


The Finance Committee helps the Treasurer by providing analysis and administration, completing projects, and offering advice and expertise.

Contact: Helen Delaney –


The Fundraising Committee is actively involved in planning, organizing and running several annual fundraising activities.

Contact: Val Greenfield –


The Hospitality Team believes Christian hospitality is an integral part of church life. We welcome anyone who would like to help with meal planning, food buying and preparation and food serving.

Contact: Isla Grady –


The Library Committee helps to acquire, review, and catalogue items for our expanding library ministry. The committee meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 10:00 am from September to June. 

Contact: Lynn Morrison –

Pastoral Care

Pastoral Care Committee is responsible for coordinating and managing all pastoral care ministries within the Church. Members play a direct role in the development and maintenance of pastoral care initiatives.

Contact: Jack Grady –

Worship and Music

The Worship and Music Committee works in close consultation with the Ministerial Team to develop innovative, inspirational and meaningful forms of worship.

Contact: Elsa van Vliet –

Social Groups

Art Club

Children aged one to grade six are welcome to drop in on a Thursday from 5:45 to 6:45 pm for an art class led by a professional artist. Cost is by donation.

Contact: Michelle Reece –


Drop-in basketball takes place on Thursday nights from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Youth and young adults are welcome to check it out any time.

Contact: Michelle Reece –


Bridge will resume in January 2023.

Contact: Church Office –


Singers of all ages and experience are invited to participate in the Junior, Youth, Senior and/or Handbell Choirs.

Contact: Jason Locke –


All are welcome to join us for a friendly game of curling with a great group of people. We meet at 10:00 am on select Saturday mornings, October to March.

Contact: Church Office –

Good Company

A fellowship group where singles and couples come together for outings and events to explore our community, celebrate life and have a lot of fun.

Contact: Church Office –

United Church Women

United Church Women (UCW) offers fellowship and opportunities to explore faith for all women of the congregation.

Contact: Lynda Sharpe –

Youth Group

Youth Group is for those in Grades 7 to 12. We meet in the Youth Room on Thursdays (September to June) from 6:45 to 8:00 pm fun, food and fellowship.

Contact: Michelle Reece –