The Reverend Kevin Robertson, Rector ext. 26
The Reverend Canon Douglas Graydon, Associate Priest ext. 27
The Reverend Julie Meakin, Assistant Curate ext. 31
The Reverend Dr. Peter Slater, Honorary Assistant
The Reverend Dr. Karen Hamilton, Ecumenical Partner
(United Church of Canada)
Eric Robertson, Organist & Director of Music ext. 25
Natalie Kemp, Director of Children’s Education
Jean King, Parish Administrator ext. 22
Elisabeth Lunder, Part-time Bookkeeper ext. 32
Denis Delisle, Custodian ext. 35
Genevieve Chornenki, Rector’s Warden 416 975-9898
Carolyn Kearns, People’s Warden 416 488-7436
Robert Morrow, Finance Warden/Treasurer 416 421-7017
Henry Zaluski, Deputy Warden 416 485-2802
Christ Church Deer Park
1570 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ontario M4T 1Z8
CHRIST CHURCH DEER PARK
ANNOUNCEMENTS & EVENTS
Welcome to Christ Church Deer Park. We invite you for lemonade on the
south lawn outside the Belltower following the service (or in Elliott Hall
indoors on the second floor in case of inclement weather).
The Nest (certified childcare for infants to age 4) is open during the
Sunday 10 am service on the third floor.
Name Tags - If you would like a nametag, we invite you to call the parish
office and we would be happy to create one for you. Call 416-920-5211 x
22 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Large print Orders of Service are available from the Sidespeople.
Free Sunday parking is available on Sunday mornings (up to 1:30 pm) at
the public parking lot, just across from the church on Heath Street.
Stamp your parking ticket using the church address stamp found on the
table at the Bell tower door. After Church go to the customer service
office with your validated ticket where you will be given an exit ticket.
Please park only on the lower levels.
STAY IN TOUCH WHILE YOU ARE ON VACATION
Keep in touch with CCDP during your summer vacation by checking out our
website www.christchurchdeerpark.org or by subscribing to our weekly email.
Please do not leave valuables unattended.
Sunday, September 8
Are you interested in singing this summer on Sunday mornings? Anyone
who likes to sing and can read music is invited to rehearse at 9:15 am in
the Sanctuary. Speak with our Director of Music, Eric Robertson for more
information, 416-920-5211 x25 - email@example.com
Thursdays 12:10 pm
resumes September 26
Summer Book Study & On-Line Discussion:
As summer begins, interested parishioners can take part in an on-line
discussion based on Adult Faith: Growing in Wisdom and Understanding
by Irish author Diarmuid O’Murchu ($15.50). Contact Ward Lindsey
firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your copy. or buy one on-line at
http://www.amazon.ca. This weekly discussion opens on-line at the CCDP
website throughout July and August. Participants may read, reflect and
converse at their own pace.
CONTEMPLATIVE KNITTING CIRCLE - Convenes the 2nd
& 4th Wednesday
of each month. Enter the chapel via the Bell Tower door any
time after 5:45 pm. Details at
Recent Herald articles have described the efforts that are put into the
running of the Churches on the Hill Food Bank, and notices
in the Bulletin have drawn attention to the collection of in-
kind donations that are always greatly appreciated.
We are looking for new volunteers who could help existing
ones in the distribution of items to the needy clients for about two hours
on Wednesday mornings.
It is run by a Team Captain each Wednesday and, typically, each volunteer
helps on a monthly basis. Alternatively, some, rather than coming
regularly once a month, help in response to calls arising from time to time
because a regular volunteer can’t, for some reason, make it on a
If you feel that you would like to volunteer on a regular or a response
basis, please feel free to call Ben Dibben at 416-485-6527. No contribution
from anybody in time or effort would be too small.
Yorkminster Park Meals on Wheels requires volunteer drivers
to deliver Meals on Wheels in this community during the
months of July and August. Meals are delivered between
10:30 am and 12:30 pm daily, Monday to Friday. Please call 416
482-0549 if you can spare two hours weekly or on an
occasional basis to help on any of the delivery days.
If you are able to drive a parishioner(s) or know someone who would like
a ride to church on Sunday mornings please speak to the Reverend Julie
Fall Rummage Sale – October 5
We welcome now your Fall/Winter clothing items, as well
as china, art, glassware, jewellery and household items.
Please note - we are no longer taking books.
ACW continues to meet each Tuesday morning in the Arthur Smith Room
during the summer. Bring your own sandwich – coffee and tea are
provided. Then stay and play a game of bridge.