Our Ministry Team is led by our Rector the Rev’d Nichola Cumine, the Right Rev’d Sue Moxley, Licensed Lay Ministers, and our Music Director.
Rector- The Rev’d Nichola (Nic) Cumine
The Rev’d Nichola is often referred to as an “entrepreneurial priest” in our diocese. She is a progressive woman who loves mission and ecumenism. Rev’d Nichola is a member of the Connectors Two Cohort and the Vital Church Maritimes (VCM) planning team. She is also the founder of the WWP (Worship with Pride) Community, an advocate for social justice, and her favourite stole reads: “Love God with all your heart, mind, body & soul” on one side and, “Love your neighbours: No exceptions” on the other. She loves when people stop her to say “hi” when they see her out and about in our neighbourhood.
Honorary Assistant- Right Rev’d Sue Moxley
Licensed Lay Minister – Maxine Simpkin
Licensed Lay Minister – Bruce Moxley
Music Director – Jacalyn Roy
This team works with the Altar Guild, Eucharistic Ministers, Choir and Servers to provide a meaningful worship experience. Bible study and service, outreach to the community and support of international aid all prepare us to do God’s work in the world.
The Parish Council is the governing body that oversees the life, worship and governance of the Parish. It regularly evaluates the overall life of the Parish, recommends ideas for effective ministries, and carries out such duties as imposed on it by the Anglican Church Act, Constitution and Canons of the Diocese.
Parish Council meetings are held at a pre-appointed time and date, normally once in each calendar month, except July and August. Meetings are open to the congregation. Members of the Parish Council may be nominated or volunteer. The council consists of the Rector or incumbent serving the Parish and each clergy member canonically appointed by the Bishop. Parish Council Officers include the Wardens, Treasurer, Envelope Secretary and Recording Secretary. Parish Council also includes up to nine members at large, elected at the Annual Meeting, and/or appointed by the Parish Council.