3114 Dundas St. West
Oakville, Ontario, L6M 4J3
St. Luke’s, Palermo’s hours:
Monday-Friday - 11 am to 7 pm
Saturday - 9 am to 3 pm.
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The Rev. Garfield Wu – Rector
Garfield Wu was born in the main land of China, where he lived for over 30 years. He heard the calling of God around 12 years ago and started his journey of pursuing the priesthood to serve the Lord. Before he moved to Canada, he was an engineer, a project manager and an entrepreneur. He attended Trinity College at the University of Toronto in 2014 and graduated with a Master’s degree in Theological Studies and a Diploma of Ministry in 2017. He was ordained into Anglican Church of Canada in February 2018.
Garfield is serving as assistant Curate at St Simon’s in Oakville, and as the Anglican Chinese Missioner in the Oakville area and beyond. Garfield’s faith journey has been supported by vivid portrayals of biblical stories, which enriched his ministry life and inspired many people who heard the stories.
He currently resides in Oakville with his wife Aileen and their two lovely boys, Philip and Andrew. He has wider interests in sports, readings and creative events to bring the good news of Jesus to the wider world.
For pastoral emergencies, call Garfield’s cell phone at: 647-878-8650
Janet Correia – Music Director
Janet Stachow is active as a pianist, composer and choir conductor. She earned music and education diplomas from the University of Toronto and the Royal Conservatory of Music. She currently teaches piano in Oakville and has been with St. Luke’s for over five years. If you are interested in contacting Janet, she can be reached through the church office at email@example.com
Roy Campbell – Community Centre Coordinator
Roy was born and raised in Burlington and is passionate about communications, writing and community development. He holds a degree in Communication Studies and English from McMaster University and has several years of experience working with the Niagara Diocese and other non-profit organizations.
Roy is also active in the ministry of his local parish, the Burlington Anglican-Lutheran Church (formerly St. Elizabeth’s). In his spare time, he enjoys reading, tinkering with electronics and cycling local trails.
Roy can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org