Justice Corner

Welcome to the Justice Corner at Little T! As people seeking to love God and love our neighbours (Matt 22:36-40), we are actively engaging in a process of discernment through 2023 to see where God might be calling our community to deepen our engagement in justice issues and to care for those in need. Visit this page regularly to find out the latest updates in this process. We’ll also post ideas of how to engage thoughtfully with our neighbours, and stories of those in our community who are practicing kingdom-living in their neighbourhoods.

For more information or to contribute to this page, please contact Karen ().


Water Truck Update

In Advent this past year we offered the opportunity to embrace compassion over consumption, and to “give the gift of clean water” by donating to the Indigenous Water Project. This project raised funds to purchase a water truck for Kingfisher Lake Reserve in northern Ontario. We are delighted to report that all the necessary funds […]


diakoneo provisions

As we practice listening to the Spirit and looking for ways to love our neighbours, exciting opportunities and ideas are arising in our midst. One such idea is diakoneo provisions, a project birthed out of the Makers Collective in Fall 2023 by Little T parishioner Valerie Remark. diakoneo provisions is a creative approach to addressing food […]


Advent Serve Opportunities

Embracing compassion over consumption Give: World leaders agreed that Access to Clean Water and Sanitation is a central priority in their 2015 Sustainable Development Goals. But many Canadians don’t have access to clean running water, and that reality is racialized, predominantly affecting Indigenous people. For twelve years, a network of concerned Anglicans (and friends!) have […]


An Exciting Way Forward

The Process Nearly two years ago, at the 2022 virtual vestry meeting Tim presented our community with an opportunity and challenge: that we would, in a yet-to-be experienced post-pandemic world, reignite our collective identity and purpose as a community following Jesus by serving the poor, the oppressed, and the vulnerable in our city. After two years […]


Justice Discernment Project Update

In July, our Justice Animator Karen Koiter provided an update on the progress of Little Trinity’s Justice Initiative starting from when she began her role in January 2023. That update can be found here.   As Karen mentioned, over the summer three main committees from the church conducted research with the help of Yonge Street Mission […]


Supporting Refugees

The refugee crisis around the world has been growing exponentially, and as more refugees and refugee claimants come to Toronto, fleeing from unsafe places around the world, the question is also growing: how do we as the Body of Christ faithfully respond to this need?  In April 2023 the Refugee Committee at Little Trinity wrapped […]


Youth Clothing Drive

With a heart to serve, the youth are helping run an ongoing clothing drive again this year. And thank you – we have met the needs of the 51 Division Police Station! Going forward, they would request specifically men’s winter coats, socks and mittens/gloves.  All other clothing we collect will be gathered for local family […]


Know Your Neighbourhood

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Know Your Neighbourhood workshops! We were delighted by the response, and encourage everyone who is interested to check out the video here of the workshop. As we enter the summer months, we’ll be taking time to explore our neighbourhood, make new connections, and begin seeing what possibilities there are for us as a church to contribute to our community in our own unique, Christ-centred way.


Justice Working Group

Over the past year, the Justice Working Group has been instrumental in establishing a job description for the Justice Animator; helping with hiring, and once hired, supporting Karen in her work. That group continues to be instrumental leading in this process of discernment.