Ministry Staff


Tim Haughton

Rector (Senior Pastor)

When you ask Tim why he became a minister, his short answer is “What a privilege to get front row seats to watching God at work”!

Tim and his wife Laurie began their time with us at Little Trinity in March of 2013. They are parents to two boys Joshua and Kaleb who teach them richly of God’s love for us. Tim loves working with his hands, and so when he’s not carrying out his responsibilities as pastor you’ll find him in his garage or keeping up the repairs on their home. He is an avid fan of the Green Bay Packers, and pursues snowboarding in the winter, and golf and fishing in the summer.

Tim graduated in 2001 from Wycliffe with an MDiv, which followed a BSc in Biochemistry / Chemistry from the University of Western Ontario . Most of his ministry time since graduation was spent working at St. Paul’s Bloor Street in Toronto first as youth pastor, and then as pastor of discipleship.

Tim’s passion is walking with others the road of discipleship, pointing people toward the truths of the gospel which are transformative as the Spirit of God applies them to every aspect of our lives.

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James Beck

Lay Pastoral Associate

While I have always believed that a person’s job is merely the arena in which one works out his or her calling, it is nice when the arena dovetails with the calling. My passion is pastoral care and counselling and I have almost always found opportunities to exercise that passion regardless of occupation. From the early 1980s I have had occasion to take positions of formal pastoral ministry in various communities. I fulfilled a similar role here at Little T between 2000 and 2002 and am humbled and honoured to be able to do so again.

I have a Bachelor of Theology, an honours BA in History and Classics, and an MA from Wycliffe College in Church History and Theology. I have always pursued my studies with the underlying goal of helping me understand the human condition, how we relate to each other and how we relate to our God.

In my free time I enjoy spending time with my wife and our two children, cooking too much good food, and exploring the world around us.

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Orvin Lao

Community Connections Pastor

Orvin was newly ordained as priest in February 2020 serving in the Diocese of Toronto. He received his Bachelor of Science studying Biology from Ryerson University in 2010. He graduated from Wycliffe College in May 2017 with his Master of Divinity Pioneer, which specialised in missional and evangelistic ministries in shifting cultural contexts. He is very keen on telling others about Jesus and seeing Christians grow to love and obey Jesus.

Orvin moved to Toronto with his family of origin in August 2001 from his home city, Manila, Philippines. Besides his love and passion for parish ministry, he gets very busy with his side wedding photography business with his brother during the summers. In his spare time, he reads, plays the guitar, ventures around the city to find great restaurants and takes photos of delicious foods, and watches the latest YouTube reviews on photography and outdoor gear.

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Bridget Poole

Children’s Ministry

Bridget’s passion for Children’s Ministry grew from the conviction that children are valuable and loved by God. She enjoys their authenticity to who they are. Some of Bridget’s favourite memories from her childhood include when she was a camper at Ontario Pioneer Camp, when Jesus became real to her. Bridget brings 10 years of children’s ministry experience to Little T.

Bridget received her Master of Divinity from Wycliffe College in 2020. She excelled in the children, adolescent, and family ministry courses. In 2015, she received her Honours Bachelor of Arts in Art and Art History from the University of Toronto and Sheridan College, specializing in painting and drawing. During her undergraduate, she served on the campus’ InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s executive committee. Bridget is a practicing oil painter and artist, and spent several years teaching art to children and teens. She is always curious to see how God works through the imagination and the arts.

Bridget is getting married this June to Mike, a follower of Jesus and a PhD candidate at Wycliffe College. In her spare time, she loves hiking to beautiful places, painting, and reading.

Bridget is excited to see how Jesus will use her among the children and families at Little T.


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Morgan Tyler-Chu

Youth Ministry

Morgan’s love for Youth Ministry was born out of a passion to see young people fully embrace a life of following Jesus.  When they begin to find freedom in their identity in Christ and understand that they can lead for Him even now, what can’t God do with that!

Before joining the Little T team in 2014, Morgan spent seven years directing the Leaders In Training Program at Ontario Pioneer Camp, and many years before that investing in the lives of youth and young adults, both in camp and church settings.  She loves the adventure and challenge found in walking with people during such a formative season of life.

She is married to Fred and has two kids, William and Jonathan.  When she is not hanging out with the youth, she enjoys going on outdoor adventures, playing games with family and finding new creative outlets.

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Natalie Lundy

Children’s Ministry, Assistant Director of Children’s Ministry

Natalie respects the relationship that already exists between God and the child. Her desire is to help each child come closer to God by themselves. In understanding a child’s developmental, it shows that they long for the essential truths of Christianity and the unchangeable love of the Good Shepherd.

Natalie has been serving in Children’s Ministry at Little T since 2013. She has received Level 1 (3-6 year old) and Level 2 (6-9 year old) certification in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd which is Little T’s foundational curricula. Natalie has been creating and growing atrias (classroom spaces) for the PreK’s (2-4 year olds), the K-1’s (Jk-Gr 1) and the Grade 2-5’s with great people at Little T over the past 5 years.

Natalie received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Penn State University, in State College, Pennsylvania and practices nursing at SickKids Hospital in the Cardiac Critical Care Unit on a casual basis. Her husband John and their two children, Luke and Annelies, are her blessings.

Natalie’s prayer is that all children find the golden thread that connects them into His church and into His kingdom.

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Support Ministries


Gae Keyzer

Parish Administrator

Gae (said Jay) Keyzer feels blessed to be part of the team at Little T.  She enjoys being a support person to the various people on staff and in ministry. She especially loves the creative outlets she can find in the job.  Gae has a strong passion for the arts (music, writing, visual) and continues to find ways to be part of them. She splits her time between work, teaching piano lessons and her busy home life. She is married to former actor turned funeral director, Blair. They have four children between ten and fifteen – Max, Charlie, Lucy and Molly. Gae has a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Radio & TV from Ryerson University and an ARCT in Piano Performance. She also received a 2 year Diploma from Briercrest Bible College.

When she gets time, Gae likes to read (as part of her book club), go camping with her family and hang out with the dog and cat.

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Kelly McDonough


Originally born on Manitoulin Island Reserve, Kelly moved south to Lake Simcoe, but returned to work on her grandparents Island farm every summer all her life. Kelly and her daughter Holly joined Little T and as a newcomer to the city, felt she finally had found a place that felt like home! Participating in many of the groups and delving into the repairs at Little T helped Kelly grow the relationships that she dearly loves to this day.

In her role as Facility Manager, Kelly ensures that all 4 buildings and 3 surrounding parklands are safe and enjoyable spaces to gather for worship and community uses.

Kelly’s background in architecture training and keys skills learned during many years working globally on the Trans Canada Pipeline all lend themselves to having a unique blend when planning or engaging in the diverse challenges presented with our vintage buildings, evolving uses and changing demographics.

Kelly was a 2013 Volunteer of The Year for the Canadian Breast foundations and continues to lend support to this cause having been a survivor of cancer twice in her life. Kelly also lends her time and support to the Wounded Warrior Foundation, Disaster Ready and Red Cross Emergency Response Planning.

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