Rev'd Ray Jenkins
Born in Michigan, Rev’d Ray Jenkins has worked for the cities of Detroit, Sarnia, and London. He received a BS in Landscape Design and Urban Planning from Michigan State University and an MDiv from Huron University College at Western University in London.
Rev’d Ray was ordained in 1996. His first posting was at St. Paul’s Cathedral where he was an Assistant Curate for 3½ years. He ministered to people of a wide variety of backgrounds and spiritual experiences. It was here, that Rev’d Ray became introduced to Celtic Christian theology and worship services. Rev’d Ray led Celtic Christian worship services for over 4 years at St. Paul’s Cathedral.
From London, he came to Sarnia as Rector of St. George’s Anglican Church where he served the parish until retiring in 2005. He has also served in an interim capacity at the parishes of Forest/Kettle Point, St. John In The Wilderness Brights Grove and St. Paul’s Point Edward.
The Rev'd Ray Jenkins has been a major part of the life of Canon Davis Church in recent years. He has delighted in serving the people of Canon Davis at a time of spiritual growth and enrichment. He continues to offer profound Christian worship experiences including a Celtic service each month. Rev’d Ray also leads monthly reflective Taizé services at Sarnia All Saints’ Anglican Church.
Through these services worshipers are provided with an awareness of additional breadth and depth to our Christian faith.
Rev’d Ray’s major focus is on nurturing among worshipers a deep sense of inner peace, confidence and loving service. This comes through a growing awareness of the indwelling of our loving God in each of us. All of our services are steeped in our profound Christian heritage. We seek to witness to our faith in Jesus Christ by the way we lovingly live and act in a very complex world.
Today, we are a small but dedicated and busy Parish.
We are a talented group that strives to provide .....
soup lunches for various special groups who use our building; baking meat pies for sale;
Come and join us Sundays at 9:30am followed by coffee hour!
We would love to meet you!