I’m New Here!



Welcome to St. Mary’s parish community. We are a Catholic community that believes in the transforming power of Christ’s love, and look to live it out as a community that prays, serves, eats, works, and shares each other’s struggles and joys. We hope that you with find a place here to share your gifts and grow in love with God and one another.



Whether you’re an individual or a family, a student or a senior, entering a new community can be nerve-wracking. We want to make this as easy as possible for you.


Fr. Toby Collins, C.R.


Fr. Toby Collins, CR was born in Stratford, Ontario. While being raised by his parents Inga and Terry, his mother became a very gifted homemaker and artist while his father was a dedicated bank manager and family man ...


Tony D'Amato Stortz

Outreach Coordinator

His role is to mobilize greater parish outreach to those who are poor, vulnerable, and marginalized ...


Fr. Dan Lobsinger, C.R.

Associate Pastor

Fr. Dan Lobsinger was born on September 6, 1966 in Kitchener, Ontario to Gordon and Yvonne Lobsinger. He is a graduate of St. Jerome’s High School in Kitchener ...


Let’s book a time to get coffee. This would be a casual meeting to get to know each other and explore different ways of how you might like to get involved in parish life. Complete this form to book a time with one of us!



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I want to get in touch with...Fr. Toby (pastor)Tony (outreach coordinator)Fr. Dan (associate pastor)



If you are thinking of making St. Mary’s your regular place of worship, please fill out this online parish registration form.
Why register?

  • It keeps our records up-to-date which enables us to address the needs of our parishioners.
  • It enables you to volunteer in parish ministries and activities.
  • You become eligible for sacramental preparation (i.e. baptism/marriage) after being registered for 6 months.


4. Frequently Asked Questions

Is the church wheelchair-accessible? (parking and elevator)
I’m not Catholic…
What should I wear?
What should I expect when I walk through the doors?
I have trouble hearing…