Activities and community outreach at St Hilary's

We are back in full force with the return to school, with children's programming during our 10:30 am services on Sunday mornings, open choir rehearsing on Sundays at 9:30 am, and a range of weekday activities, including:

Craft Group, Mondays at 1 pm, starting Sept. 11

Bible Study, Wednesdays at 10 am

RUM Group (open to all retired an underemployed men), at noon on the third Wednesday of each month

Food Cupboard, serving anyone in the surrounding community, Thursdays from 10 am to noon

In addition, we have special programs and events this month, including:

A 4-part Bible Study on the Book of Job, Sundays at 12:30 pm, starting Sept. 10

And our first-annual Tea Party, on Saturday, Sept. 30, at 2 pm. Tickets are $10.

The Church Office is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings, and Wednesday afternoons, starting Sept. 11. Feel free to drop by, call at 905-279-2304, or email contact (at)

Our worship space is available for quiet personal reflection and prayer whenever the building is open.


What does the Book of Job tell us about God?

The Book of Job, found in the Hebrew Testament in our Bible, tells the tale of a wealthy, happy, God-fearing man who loses everything, including his health.

Is it his fault? Is it God's fault? Or is it something or someone else?

These questions go to the very core of our own lives, our hopes, our anxieties and our relationship with God.

How does the Word of God, as expressed in the Book of Job, help us better understand our own lives and help us be more fulfilled as God's children?

Come experience the story and share in the discussion on Sundays at 12:30 pm, in our four-part September Bible Study. A light lunch is provided. And you don't have to worry about coming with previous experience in reading the Bible.

If you would like more information, contact John Terauds in the Church Office.

Sept. 30: Our First-Annual Tea Party!

On Saturday, Sept. 30, from 2 to 4 pm, join us for our first-annual Tea Party!

We will offer sandwiches, pastries and an assortment of teas as part of an afternoon of fun and fellowship.

Bring your own teapot for a chance to win a prize.

Tickets are $10, available in advance from Sharon Andrew or Jane De Cheverry. Tickets will also be available at the door.