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About

Trinity Aurora is a vibrant and inclusive Christian community,
rooted in the Anglican tradition and welcoming people from all ages and walks of life.

Meet the Pastoral Team

Rev. Canon Dr. Dawn Davis
Rector


Dawn loves people and seeing God working in their lives. When she is not overseeing ministry at Trinity she is with her wonderful family, David and Yohanna. Dawn recently completed her doctorate in ministry in spiritual formation.


Likes: walks, skiing, cooking, origami with Yohanna, knitting, and jazz

Rev. Philip Josselyn-Hamilton
Assistant Curate


When Philip isn’t in the office with a hot cup of tea, he can be found hanging out with his partner Alex, co-parent Kris, and sons, Mylo (4) and Dexter (3). Philip is passionate about social justice, contemplative spirituality, innovative liturgy, and the wisdom of the Enneagram.


Likes: music, art, film, wine and vegetarian food.

Rev. Heather Westbrook

Deacon


Heather is our parish deacon, bridging our church and the world. Heather is the face of pastoral care in our community, and can often be seen in hospitals, care facilities, and visiting in homes. She is a mother of 3, and a proud grandmother.


Likes: movies, crocheting, contemplative spirituality and good conversation

Jen Galicinski

Children’s Ministry Director

 

The Anglican Tradition

The Anglican Communion is an incredibly diverse body, governed by an Episcopal structure (bishops, priests and deacons).  There are over 70 million people around the world who identify as Anglicans, making Trinity Aurora just one member of the third-largest Christian Tradition worldwide.

Trinity Aurora is a parish in the Diocese of Toronto, and we support many initiatives through various diocesan projects and programs. Want to learn more about the Diocese of Toronto?

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We exist to connect spiritual journeys by welcoming people
into meaningful experiences of Christian worship and spiritual formation,
and through engagement in the wider community and world.