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Hiring a Community Director

Holy Trinity has a long history of community engagement in Toronto.

We are looking to the future with intention to be an active and positive force in downtown Toronto, celebrating what has got us here and letting go of what holds us back.

We are looking for a partner with a fire in their belly, proven leadership experience and a desire to explore how a community like this can further open the doors, energizing and supporting the broader community we are a part of.

Purpose of the Position:

Reporting to the Vestry Executive, the Community Director will contribute to the growth and management of Holy Trinity by providing strong operational and professional leadership for a team of Animators which oversee the program and administration of the
community. The Community Director will also provide creative, flexible, and effective leadership in one of the Animation areas.

Role:

The Community Director will be the daily face and connector that will carry forward the community priorities expressed in our mission statement and strategic plan. This position will help build Holy Trinity’s community ministry and organizational development (including fundraising). This includes overseeing the development and implementation of operational plans and budgets, supervising staff performance, and holding vision and ministry. This position plays a crucial role in advising the Vestry Executive on organizational development and contributes to the overall management of Holy Trinity

More details at our posting on Indeed and Charity Village.

At memorial for dead homeless, ‘it’s a lot of John Does’

With her forehead resting in her right hand, Rachel Robinson quietly wept as her friend was included among the names of the dead read out at Toronto’s Church of the Holy Trinity on Tuesday.

Robinson had come to the church to take part in a monthly memorial for people who have died from issues tied to homelessness, including exposure, poverty, violence, illness, addiction and neglect.

https://www.thestar.com/amp/news/gta/2019/02/11/at-memorial-for-dead-homeless-its-a-lot-of-john-does.html