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The Reverend Richard C. Choe The Reverend Richard C. Choe

Richard joined us on September 1, 2014 as our minister. He is excited about ministering with St. Paul's congregation and neighbours to serve the community. He is passionate about finding ways to connect spiritual practices and ideas with daily life in the world that God loves. "Finding Sacred in the Ordinary" is how he describes his faith practices.

Richard has worked with various ecumenical and interfaith organizations nationally and internally. He brings eighteen years of well balanced experiences of ministering with congregations and ten years as a senior staff at the United Church national office. Richard has taught "Photography as a Spiritual Practices" in Canada and in the United States.

 
 
 
 

 

 

 

Elizabeth Sarginson - Office Administrator

 

 

Jack Drew

Jack Drew - Church Officer

Jack cares deeply about the community of St. Paul's and it's building - the busier the better in his mind. He loves giving tours of the place and sharing stories of its history. When not looking after the physical plant, he can be found assisting at weddings and staffing the sound board on Sunday mornings.

Married to Bev with two young men as sons - Chris and Mark - Jack is also involved with the Brampton Historical Society and simply loves trains.

 

 

Natalia Ramnarine - Sunday School Teacher

Natalia is a third year student at the Uniteversity of Toronto obtaining an Honours Bachelors of Science.

Natalia says, "Being a member of St. Paul's for eleven years has definitely contributed to my sense of self and also aided my knowledge of Christianity.  As a result of various church events and helping my mother, Maleka Ramnarine, in Sunday School planning, I would like to give back to the church by providing younger children with the same experiences as myself growing up.

I deeply believe that I can contrute to the success of Sunday School in planning new initiatives for the development of both the church and its congregation."