Our Ministry Team

 
Laurence is also Papa.

Laurence is also Papa.

Senior Minister

Rev. Dr. Laurence DeWolfe is our Senior Minister and Head of Staff.

Office: 416-488-1156 extension 26

Email: minister@glenviewchurch.ca

Find out more about Laurence here.

 
Jim is a popular speaker on many topics. Here he’s at a Lunch and Learn about… Check the screen behind him.

Jim is a popular speaker on many topics. Here he’s at a Lunch and Learn about… Check the screen behind him.

Pastoral visitor to seniors

Rev. Dr. Jim Czegledi is our Pastoral Visitor to Seniors.

Office: 416-488-1156 extension 25

Email: pastoralcare@glenviewchurch.ca

Jim visits our older members and friends who are homebound due to illness or mobility problems. He also reaches out to the families of the folks he visits. He works closely with our Pastoral Care Ministry Team. He’s usually at the church Tuesday and Thursday mornings. He attends worship about once a month. He supports Laurence in his ministry and preaches when needed. Jim also contributes to our Lunch and Learns on such subjects as self-care, the importance of humour, and grief. Jim also offers workshops on “People Care Skills” Funeral Care Professionals, Retirement Care Professionals, Caregivers and Care Providers. Find out more on his website: peoplecareskills.com.

 
Peter is back row centre with our Choir.

Peter is back row centre with our Choir.

The position of Christian Education Director is vacant at this time. (March 2019)

Director of music

Peter Merrick is our Director of Music, Organist, and Choir Director

You can leave messages for him through the Church Office at 416-488-1156 or office@glenviewchurch.ca

Peter is an accomplished organist and conductor. He and Laurence work together to ensure both the words and music of our worship speak God’s Word to us. He leads the choir in many kinds of music, from ancient to post-modern. A life-long learner, Peter is a Doctoral student at the Toronto School of Theology. In teaching he follows the Dalcroze method, which teaches musical concepts, often through movement.