Spring Tea & Market 2017

Thank you to everyone who attended our Spring Tea & Market, to all of the incredibly talented vendors and to all who volunteered their time, talents and supplies! It was a great event!

Congratulations and Thank you to our 50/50 draw winner, Leona, who generously donated her winnings to the Lakeshore Out of the Cold program

Congratulations to our raffle winners:

Tea Gift Basket #1 – Sintaa
Tea Gift Basket #2 – Kelly
Big Rock Gift Pack – Catherine
Big Rock Hat, Sweater & Coupons – Ashely
Baby Gift Basket #1 – Marion
Baby Gift Basket #2 – Adele
Concrete & Co Gift  – Melissa
Home Grown Soaps Gift Basket – Sintaa
Nourish Me Creatively – Sintaa
Lama Jewelry – Joan
One2Tree Studio – Julie
Comfy Accessories – Sintaa
Handmade with Love & Joy – Rebecca
 

Sherway Academy of Music

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We are pleased to announce that St. Margret’s is the new home of the
SHERWAY ACADEMY OF MUSIC! 

Sherway Academy of Music has been providing music lessons in our community since 2002.

Lessons include Piano, Guitar, Violin, Viola, Voice, Bass & More, for ages 5 – Adult.

Lessons are held:
Tues – Thurs from 3pm – 9pm
Saturdays from 9am – 1pm
@ 156 Sixth Street, New Toronto

Call Bill at 416-259-0251 for more information or email sherwaymusic@gmail.com
http://www.sherwaymusic.com/

NEW STUDENTS – Save 25% on your first month!

PARISHOINERS – Receive a 10% discount on all classes!

 

We’re Hiring!

We're hiring a youth minister!

Job Posting: Youth Minister

Job Details
Date Posted: April 28th, 2015
Date Closed: May 22nd, 2015
Pay Rate: Based on 20 hours per week and includes benefits
Church: St. Margaret Anglican, New Toronto, Ontario
Contact: Reverend Mark Gladding, parishpriest.stmargarets@bellnet.ca
Commitment: 20 hours per week

Are you passionate about making an eternal difference in a young person’s life? The Parish of St. Margaret, New Toronto, has served the community for over 100 years. Our mission is to live up to the words of former Archbishop of Canterbury William Temple: “The Church is the only organization in the world that exists for those who do not belong to it.” To learn more about St. Margaret, New Toronto, visit http://www.stmargaretsnewtoronto.ca/youth-programs/

We are looking for a part time (20 hours/week) Youth Minister who will work within the mission and vision of the church to be involved in the lives of St. Margaret’s youth, their families, and outreach to the surrounding multicultural neighbourhood. Through pastoral presence, leadership, discipleship, and programming, the Youth Minister will continue and strengthen our bi-weekly midweek activities such as our after school program, cooking club and youth group and weekend ministries, and collaborate with our volunteers to encourage and form our youth in their relationship with Jesus Christ.

In this position, you would partner with St. Margaret’s staff as part of a supportive pastoral leadership team involving volunteers, staff and wardens. You would be responsible for the overall direction and organization of the midweek activities and events that will provide an environment for the development of gospel formed, spiritually developing, culturally aware and sensitive young adults, with emphasis on the following areas:

  • Worship – acknowledging and experiencing God’s character through song and study
  • Spiritual Formation – growth through spiritual disciplines
  • Community – learning and living the biblical principles of loving, accepting, and supporting others
  • Ministry – practically applying what we believe and are learning
  • Evangelism and Mission – expressing love for God and for His world through action

Click here to download the complete job description.

Please email your resume and cover letter to Reverend Mark Gladding at parishpriest.stmargarets@bellnet.ca

Thank you for your application!

Robbie Burns Dinner 2014

On November 8th we celebrated Scottish Month with our 6th Annual Robbie Burns Dinner & Fundraiser.

Kate from the Argyle and Sutherland Regiment piped in the Haggis which was then addressed by Sgt. Frank MacKay from the 48th Highlanders of Canada. There was a traditional feast, a silent auction, live music and Highland dancers.

Thank you to everyone who came out for a great night and to all of the volunteers that made it happen!

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Oktoberfest Pub Night 2014

OKTOBERFEST PUB NIGHT 2014

On October 4th we celebrated Oktoberfest, British-style with a fun and festive Oktoberfest Pub Night!

Beer, Pretzels, Sausage, Live music and Polka meant that there was lots of dancing, singing and fun to be had.

Thank you to our sponsors, Big Rock Brewing & Dimpflmeier Bakery for supply the beer and pretzels and to everyone who came out to celebrate and support the Lakeshore Out of the Cold, Community Dinners and other outreach programs.

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