Who we are
Formed in 1960 in the heart of Mississauga, Erindale Presbyterian Church (EPC) is a diverse, joyful, and compassionate family of faith who care deeply for one another. We are made up of thoughtful people who take their faith seriously, and who seek to live it out at home, at work, and in their neighbourhoods. Welcoming, embracing, and valuing ALL in the name of Jesus is at the heart of who we are.
Erindale is a community of faith located in the heart of Mississauga. We are a family of God who seeks to grow in faith, hope and love; seeking to respond to God’s nudge to be transformed by Spirit. We support one another, while making a difference in one another’s lives – and our world – in the name of Jesus.
Worship is welcoming, musical, joyful and Spirit led!
Whether you are new to the area, new to the faith, or rediscovering your church background, we are here for you!
We have a variety of ministry opportunities that are open to all.
When you walk through the doors at Erindale you are not walking through the doors of your customary Sunday morning church, rather, a place that is filled with the joyful energy of a people whose primary goal is to represent the love of God as shown in Jesus.
We are a flourishing faith community, who is committed to growing in faith by sharing with and loving others.
Come see for yourself what God’s Spirit is doing here at Erindale by joining us this Sunday at 10am.
We are a part of the Presbyterian Church in Canada (www.presbyterian.ca).
Find our statement of Christian Belief, “Living Faith” by CLICKING HERE.
We are a vibrant and joyful community of compassion, hope and faith located at 1560 Dundas Street West in Mississauga. Come, for you will find roots, place and belonging in this family.
Erindale Presbyterian Church meets
on the traditional territory of the Mississaugas:
For many thousands of years the Mississaugas sought to walk gently on this land. They offered assistance to the first European travellers to this territory and shared their knowledge for survival in what was at times a harsh climate. We seek a new relationship with the Original Peoples of this land, one based in honour and deep respect.
I am delighted to be among you as your minister. I was born and raised in the small town of Picton Ontario, and am the eldest of three girls.
I completed my Bachelor of Arts at McMaster in Hamilton, with a focus on Sociology and Religious Studies. Afterwards I studied in Toronto at Knox College for my Masters of Divinity. I am currently studying for my BSW at Dalhousie University, through their Distance Education program.
I have served in ministry for 20 years. I was ordained in February 2004 to Armour Heights Church in Toronto, as their Associate Minister for Children, Youth and Young Families. Before that I served in a variety of ways at Westminster St. Paul’s in Guelph, Leaside in Toronto, and MacNab St. in Hamilton.
I have a passion for leading worship, providing meaningful pastoral care, nurturing people’s spiritual growth, engaging in social justice issues, and helping people find ways to be a meaningful presence beyond the churches’ walls.
I love being a minister because it gives me the opportunity, in an authentic and deeply meaningful way; to connect and walk alongside people as they journey in faith through life. Growing faith for me, is about leaning into life’s deepest questions.
I have been married for 3 years to a wonderful person named Dave, and have two children, ages 10 and 12. I am committed to walking with my family as together we grow in faith, hope and love.
Join us any Sunday for worship! We would love to have you among us.
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