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DivorceCare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. Don’t go through separation or divorce alone.

Each session runs independently so you are welcome to join anytime during the 13-week program.


When: Next session is scheduled for January 2018

Where: St. Paul’s Leaskdale

Contact: Judy Atkins: or 905-852-5921

DivorceCare Surviving the Holidays

Help for the divorced and separated during the holidays

If you are separated or divorced, the holidays can be a lonely, stressful and difficult time. But there’s hope! Join us for an evening to discover how to enjoy the holidays again.

Join us on Monday, November 13th from 7-9 pm.



We will meet at St. Paul’s Leaskdale, 12251 Regional Rd. #1, Leaskdale, ON.

There is a $5.00 registration fee.  Child care is available.

Register here


Struggling with an addiction? Serenity meets weekly as an anonymous, confidential group. Serenity provides a safe, loving environment where everyone is welcome to share burdens, change lives, and improve their relationship with God. It is for anyone that has identified behavior in their lives that negatively affects their physical, mental, or spiritual well-being. It is an ongoing meeting that focuses on a Christian interpretation of the “12-steps” using the Serenity Bible as a reference. 


When: Thursday @ 8:00 pm

Where: St Paul’s Leaskdale

Contact: Gary Schissler 905-624-2788.

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministry is a ministry at SPL in which trained and supervised lay persons (called Stephen Ministers) provide one-to-one Christian care to individuals facing life challenges or difficulties.

Stephen Ministers listen, care, encourage, and provide emotional support to people who are facing a crisis or going through tough times. The care you’ll receive is confidential. There is no fee.

Stephen Ministers care for those experiencing challenges such as: loneliness, loss of a spouse, retirement changes, unemployment, discouragement, miscarriage, hospitalization, divorce/grief, terminal illness, questions about God and faith, or other challenges.

A Stephen Minister is:

  • Someone who cares
  • Someone who supports
  • Someone who listens
  • Someone who shares

To learn how you, a friend, neighbour, or relative can receive care, please contact Karen Sproxton, 416-560-0795 or Ruth Ott, 416-951-4156.