Church of the Incarnation

Clergy & Office Staff

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Rev. Heather Gwynne-Timothy

T (416) 221-7516

Heather has served at the Church of the Incarnation since October, 2012. She has been ordained almost twenty years and has served at St. Cuthbert s Leaside as the Assistant Curate, at St. Michael s Hospital as a Chaplain, St. George s On-The-Hill as the Associate Priest, and as the Incumbent at All Saints  Collingwood. She is delighted to serve in this faith community that shows such care and concern for each other, our neighbours and people much farther away such as the people of Pikangikum, whom we have helped to get clean water, and the Syrian Refugee family that we have helped, along with our neighbourhood partners, to come to Canada. Our neighbourhood is such a fast growing and developing area. The lay leadership of the Incarnation is very willing to try new ideas to meet the spiritual needs of this fast-paced neighbourhood, so it is a pleasure to serve here.

Heather is married to James, and between them they have five adult children and two granddaughters. For relaxation, she enjoys reading, walking, and swimming.

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Father Phil

Honorary Assistant

After a career in teaching, and active lay ministry, Father Phil entered divinity at Trinity College. First ordained in 1999, most of his ministry has been assisting or doing interims in parishes, initially at Christ Church Stouffville and later at historic Saint Anne s. After a long interim at Saint Anne s, Bishop Poole asked him to be with Saint Wilfrid s during its final 16 months. Most recently, Father Phil assisted and then was interim priest at Trinity Church Port Credit.

In the summer of 2014 he filled in for Heather when she was on vacation, and in October was appointed Honorary Associate here at The Incarnation.


Rector’s Warden
People’s Warden
Deputy Wardens
  • Julie Daley
  • John Kane


Organist & Choir Director
Roy Kho

Office Staff


Trish Griffiths


Dave Walz