Incumbent (主任牧師)
Rev. Canon Simon Li (李時雄法政牧師)

Fr. Simon Li has been the Incumbent at St. John's since 2006. Canon Simon is passionate about biblical theology, spiritual formation, personal growth, marriage enrichment, effective parenting, and practicing our faith in everyday life. Having practiced law in North York for 17 years before taking early retirement to become pastor and priest, he has keen interest in living as a Christian in the marketplace. Fr. Simon is proficient in Cantonese, Mandarin and English, and enjoys singing traditional hymns. He also enjoys discussing spirituality with his wife Linda and four grown children.



Associate Priest
Rev. Jordan Wellington

Fr. Jordan Wellington is currently the Associate Priest at St John's.


Children & Youth Ministry Coordinator
Pastor Ginnie Wong

Pastor Ginnie Wong has been part of St. John’s staff since 2017. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science from the University of Western in her hometown, London ON. It was during her undergraduate studies that she felt a call to ministry. She graduated in 2013 from Wycliffe College, specializing in Pioneer Ministry. Pastor Ginnie is passionate about discipleship, ecclesiology (A fancy word for the study of the Church), and the Church going beyond its four walls. Pastor Ginnie enjoys the great outdoors, exploring cities, long bike rides, learning people’s stories, carbohydrates, and live music.

Choir Conductor
Daniel Yu

Daniel Yu has been a piano teacher and church pianist in various churches in Hong Kong since he was 14. He immigrated to Canada at the age of 16, as has served in various capacities in his home church. While studying theology courses at the former Ontario Bible College, there was a need to start an English-speaking service at a nearby church in Chinatown. Daniel took some conducting courses and has been serving as a pianist and conductor ever since. As a former choir conductor at the Toronto Chinese Baptist Church and later Scarborough Chinese Baptist Church, his preference for ministry is where it is most needed. It is the Lord's divine provision that leads him to serve in this congregation and community.