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The Rev. Ray David Glenn
Rector
After a career as a business analyst for a publicly traded corporation, R.D. was ordained in the Anglican Diocese of Niagara. He pastors St. George’s Church in Burlington, Ontario, a congregation he has served for over 13 years. St. George’s was the third congregation to leave the Anglican Church of Canada and join the still forming Anglican Network in Canada. He was a founding director of ANiC and was made Canon in 2017. R.D. is convinced that in Anglicanism we have been given a globally and historically trustworthy way of being Christian in the modern world. His ministry is marked by a passion to see the gospel preached, in word and sacrament, in a language understood in our culture. R.D. is married to Monica. They have two teenaged children, Matthew and Kennedy. He enjoys all forms of racing, most things with an internal combustion motor and anything on two wheels.

Bryan Hunt
Worship and Media Pastor
Bryan is our Worship and Media Pastor (i.e. music and computer guy). First and foremost, he is a redeemed child of the King, saved by the blood of Christ, and graciously adopted into the family of God. He has a passion for leading people in praise of Jesus and seeing people grow deeper in Christ. Being a trained graphic designer, he also desires to use the realm of multimedia to help connect people with people, and people with God. His wife, and 3 kids are the joy of his life. He is also a Toronto Maple Leafs fan, and avidly believes they will win the Stanley Cup in his lifetime (clearly he is a man of faith).

Gillian Fernie
Administrator 
Gillian is the administrator to the Rector of St George’s Anglican Church.  Her work includes overseeing the operational, administrative and project activities of the Church and working collaboratively with the Rector, Executive Council, Parish Council, the St. George’s Centre, staff and other leaders to provide continuity to all standing committees.  In other words, she tries to keep the lights on and make sure everyone behaves. Gillian also serves on the ACNA working group for Marriage and Family Life and acts as this church’s liaison with the Burlington Pastor’s and Leaders Group. Gillian is the proud owner of two beautiful dogs, mother of two grown sons and the wife of a fanatical golfer. When not at St. George’s, she loves to play the piano, knit and read mystery novels.

The Rev. Len Finn
Pastoral Assistant
Len serves as a pastoral assistant at St. George’s. His ministry is driven by the one-way undeserved love of God shown on the Cross—its message in every passage of Scripture, and our need for it in every corner of our lives. He is especially interested in the Old Testament’s witness to Christ, and is currently a doctoral student in Old Testament studies at Wycliffe College at the University of Toronto. Len received his M.Div. from Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, PA. He also holds an M.Phil. in English from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and a B.A. in English from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He is married to Stephanie and they have two young children. In his (imaginary) free time, Len is an avid film photographer, but a more talented photobook collector. He loves classical music and jazz up (but only up until about 1970), and is convinced (but can’t quite prove from Scripture) that God is a New England Patriots fan.

Ryan Wilson
Youth Pastor
Ryan has been attending St. George’s for as long as he can remember and has been involved with the youth ministries for almost as long. He loves God and searching for Him in His wilderness – doing anything and everything including long hikes, downhill skiing, and playing beach volleyball. On occasion you might find him reading his favourite novel and enjoying a coffee with his girlfriend at a local coffee shop.

HONORARY ASSISTANTS

Rev. Garth Hunt
Rev. Peter Parent
Rev. Keith Stodart
Rev. Ray Smith
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