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College Chaplaincy

St Pauls’ Chapel, 2nd floor, Canterbury College Administration Building


The Canterbury College (Anglican) Chaplaincy serves a diverse, multi-faith, multi-cultural
community, creating space for mutual respect and open dialogue as equals, and helping students
and staff to grow in a life of compassion, justice, and prayer, in keeping with the College's
mandate as "a community educating mind, body, and spirit."


Your Chaplain- Cynthia Connell

My passion and calling is Youth and Family Ministry. I am a Chaplain, Youth Ministry Coordinator and Certified Crisis Responder. When I’m not on campus or in the community, I am enjoying the outdoors or volunteering for local and global causes with my husband and two children. I am looking forward to getting to know all of the students throughout the year. I will be at the weekly Wednesday Toonie dinners and look forward to seeing you there. The Chaplains’ door is always open for you to come in to talk, pray, have a quite space or share a coffee or tea. I am excited to work with Rev. Lisa as we form the new Chaplaincy team here at Canterbury College.


How to Reach Me!

I will be in the Chaplains’ Office at Canterbury Tuesdays-Fridays.  I am available anytime by email at If you have an emergency you can contact me on my cell phone (519-981-9603).


What Chaplaincy Offers

  • Service of Holy Communion every Monday at 1:30pm in St Paul's Chapel, 2nd floor.  All are welcome!
  • Toonie Dinner every Wednesday from 4:30pm to 6pm
  • Monthly “Pizza & Prayer”-- Second Sunday of every month starting Jan 14th, from 5pm-6:30pm
  • Christian education-- This semester's topic: Prayer 101
  • Spiritual direction
  • A place of prayer


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