Chaplains, in all settings, are called to be the symbolic presence of God’s reconciling love and compassion. Many times, in our increasingly secularized society, chaplains are the first contact people have during the crisis of illness, or within the isolation of long-term care facilities, or as students when they learn about world religions.
The Chaplaincy Committee supports chaplains in a variety of capacities, within a wide range of facilities across the Diocese. Our mandate is to promote and advocate for Anglican chaplains throughout the Diocese.
You can reach the Chaplaincy Services staff by email or at 416-363-6021 or 1-800-668-8932:
- The Rev. Canon Douglas Graydon, Coordinator of Chaplaincy Services, ext. 236.