Susan is one of our Deputy Wardens, she is married to John King and they have a 19 year old daughter Victoria. Susan was born and raised in Toronto and is a life long Anglican. She came to St. Margaret’s in 2005 after St. Agnes was closed and has been an active member ever since. I try to live by the words Veni Vidi Victum. All the best in Christ the Lord.
Charlene’s roots run deep in the life and service of St. Margaret’s. This is Charlene’s church from birth. Her family has been an integral part of the history and shaping of St. Margaret’s. For a number of years Charlene was absent for the life and ministry of St. Margaret’s as she worked and lived in London, England. Upon her return to Canada, Charlene picked up her journey of faith at St. Margarets.
She has been the People’s Warden since March 2013.
Doug became a member of St. Margaret’s in the fall of 2012.
Doug has been in ministry for almost 30 years serving as a Pastor, Regional Youth Leader, National Youth Leader, Human Resources Department Head, Fundraiser and Area Leader. Leaving the ministry full time was a difficult decision for Doug but he has found service at St. Margaret’s to be fulfilling and challenging.
Doug became the Rector’s Warden in March 2014.
Rev. Mary Pataki
Mary serves St. Margaret’s as the Honorary Assistant. Her gentle, guiding spirit has endeared her to the congregation of St. Margaret’s.
Mary was ordained in 1998 after a long career in teaching. She has served as Associate Priest at St. John’s Weston and Christ Church, Brampton before coming to St. Margaret’s in 2006. Mary is a Licenced Spiritual Director ( Jubilee Program), a Therapeutic Touch Practitioner and a Grief Counsellor with Bereaved Families of Ontario. As you can guess she is a busy lady!
In her ‘spare time’ Mary enjoys time with family and friends, travelling, walking, reading, movies, cryptic crosswords……
Rev. Mark Gladding
Fr. Mark became the Incumbent of St. Margaret’s in September 2012. Mark was ordained in the Diocese of Huron in 1994 and has served four previous parishes in Huron and the Diocese of Niagara. He has experience with the National Church as the chair of the planning and agenda committee of General Synod and has served on various committees with each of the three Dioceses he has served in. Most recently he accepted the invitation to become a Fresh Start facilitator. Mark has a passion for people, good preaching and liturgy and he brings a wealth of organizational skills to our parish.
You can reach Mark at 647-231-0744 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca has been the organist and choir director at St. Margaret’s since 1968! A role she takes obvious delight in and brings many gifts to. Previous to that, she had done the same ministry in the Philippines for 12 years. Busy as a wife, mother and grandmother, she also crafts and is a cake artist. She thanks God for all her blessings.
Gwyn is a local mom to two young daughters who enjoys exploring the outdoors with her kids and reading a good book when she can find a few quiet minutes to herself! She is the parish Secretary who is happy to help you find the answers to any questions you might have about St. Margaret’s!
Stephanie works as our fund raiser and community development staff person. She’s also an integral part of our summer day camp. Are you looking for a local dynamic charity worth your support ? Contact Stephanie and she can tell you about your great outreach programs to youth and adults in the Lakeshore.
You can reach Stephanie at 416-259-2659 or by e-mail : email@example.com