OUR PASTORS

The Rev. Canon Milton Barry is a retired Anglican priest, appointed as a part-time priest-in-charge for this parish. (Read more about Canon Barry below)

 

The Rev. Frank Tyrrell is a vocational deacon and member of St. James. In addition to his conducting Morning Prayer services on occasion, he also assists at many of the celebrations of the Holy Eucharist. He is active in a prison ministry in Lindsay and serves the Diocese in various ways, especially in reconciliation ministry to Indigenous Communities.

 

Mr. David Rook-Green has been a diocesan layreader for many years, connected to the parish of St. Barnabas in Peterborough. With the closing of that parish, he has been appointed as a layreader to St. James.

 

The Rev. Beverley Thompson is a vocational deacon who has been conducting Morning Prayer services at St. James for many years. At present, she is assigned to the parish of St. John's/St. Barnabas in Peterborough, but continues to enjoy leading worship at St. James on an occasional basis among long-standing friends.