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 and now into 2024 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 ().


Interested in helping serve dinners in Regent Park? Little T has signed up to partner with CIRP to serve meals to those in need for the following dates in 2024, and we’re looking for 12-15 volunteers per evening. Join us for one or all of the evenings!

  • Saturday, April 13, 3:30pm-6:30pm  – Dessert & Drinks
  • Saturday, June 8, 3:30pm-6:30pm  – Dessert & Drinks
  • Saturday, Nov 30, 3:30pm-6:30pm  – Dessert & Drinks

For more information, contact Karen Koiter at .



We want to discuss these topics in a ONE HOUR GATHERING in a video meeting.  A question and answer time will be available for you to connect and delve deeper on these issues.  Please pass this word along to anyone who may be interested! 

 Please save the date:
Thursday, February 8, 10:00 – 11:00 am
Thursday, February 8, 8:00 – 9:00 pm
Friday, February 9, 10:00 – 11:00 am
Monday, February 12, 8:00 – 9:00 pm

Each session will be the same, so just choose one and RSVP at  to receive the link.

Latest Updates

diakoneō 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 insecurity in our community, and one that may pair well with the Good Food Market. Valerie writes:

Food insecurity in Toronto is at crisis levels, and oftentimes, affordable meals don’t fully meet nutritional needs. Birthed out of a creative workshop hosted at Little T in tandem with this community’s desire for justice lived out, diakoneō provisions is a line of shelf-stable and rehydratable hot meals that are nutritionally dense and costs less than $3 per meal — less than the average cup of coffee. If you’re interested in being involved or supporting this project, please contact for more information.

Justice Working Group