Ministering through a biblically sound sermon is unquestionably essential. Ministering through a personal touch, is equally valuable for members of Timothy Eaton Memorial Church who are looking to pray with someone during a time of crisis, struggling with difficulty or just to be present in a time of pain.
The Rev. Dr. Jean Hunnisett, Minister of Pastoral Care, is a caretaker of God’s flock and is respectful of the plethora of perspectives held by our members irrespective of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation or ethnicity. Her responsibility extends beyond Sunday Services. She provides theological counseling, hospital visits to the sick and injured and is an adherent member of the congregation through phone calls, lunch meetings, and other social engagements. The Rev. Dr. Jean Hunnisett, is formally trained to provide a professional approach and leads this ministry with a focus on guidance, reconciliation, empowerment and healing.
Please see the following programs offered under The Rev. Dr. Jean Hunnisett’s care and feel free to contact her directly if you are looking for further information or would like to join.
The Rev. Dr. Jean Hunnisett: 416-925-8494 ext. 232, email@example.com
Pastoral Care at Timothy Eaton Memorial Church is a ministry of care and counseling providing emotional and spiritual support to all members of the congregation in whatever situation they find themselves.
There are times when each of us needs care of another person. TEMC is enrolled in the Stephen Ministry, a complete and continuing system of training to equip and empower lay caregivers - called Stephen Ministers - to provide high quality, confidential, Christ centered care to people who are hurting. Read more.
Our elders are respected members of Timothy Eaton Memorial Church, commissioned by the congregation to take a leadership role in maintaining the church as a vital instrument of God's love. The elders at Timothy Eaton Memorial Church are people of faith and dedication who share a long-standing commitment to Christ's Church. Some attributes that have led to effective eldership are: regular attendance at worship; the gift of relating to people in a positive way; knowledge of events and opportunities for service in the church; study; and participation in the life of our congregation. Read more.
New Beginnings Grief Group
Healing is a natural process enabling us to recover from emotional wounds. Progression should not be rushed, as it varies for each person, so be gentle and patient and allow for thoughts and emotions to come and pass. It is important to not feel guilty and deal with the pain of loss as it’s a necessary part of God’s path to healing. No matter how deep the pain, God can help you find comfort and pray He will bring healing. Read more.
SPRINT Senior Care Lunch – Meals and Nutrition
SPRINT Senior Care's Community Wellness department invites you to attend our NEW healthy lunch cafe and activity program every Thursday at noon for a small fee of $6, in the Flora McCrea Auditorium. To reserve a seat, please call the Community Wellness Department 416.481.6411 ext. 232.
Come enjoy fellowship and food at our periodic potluck lunches. Please bring a dish of your choice, such as main, salad or dessert. We look forward to seeing you there.
Specially trained lay visitors call regularly on members and adherents with special needs, such as seniors who are homebound or in a care setting. Volunteers for this important program are always welcome.
Members of our congregation bake Christmas cookies for our members with special needs or who are in care settings, and deliver them in December.
Women Together volunteers, packed Santa Sacks at Christmas time for 75 disadvantaged women in support of New Circles
For more info, check out the TEMC Calender for Upcoming Events