to accompany and give back hope

 
Our Personnel

 

 Who are our personnel ? 
  
 
  • Margaret E. Black EdD, RN, PN
  • Maureen McNeish BScN, RN, PN
 
   
 Parish nurses are registered nurses who hold a current certificate of competence from the College of Nurses of Ontario. They have extensive health care experience, a strong faith, and special education, and/or experience in parish nursing. They work with the clergy and the Parish Nursing Advisory Committee to promote the churches as places of health and healing.  
   
 

New Parish Nurse Joins the
Tri-Congregational Parish Nursing Ministry


March 2016

 
 

 

 
 

Margaret Black (right), who began the Tri-Congregational
Parish Nursing Ministry in 2001, welcomes our new associate,
Maureen McNeish (left), RN, BScN. Maureen is very well
qualified for this position as she has completed all three levels
of the InterChurch Health Ministries Parish Nursing Program.
In addition she has a post-graduate certificate in Mental Health Nursing
from the Canadian Nurses’ Association. Maureen has 3 years
experience as a parish nurse at both an Anglican and a
Presbyterian church in Toronto, so clearly God has prepared
her well for the Tri-Congregational Churches! Marg and
Maureen, who have complementary areas of expertise,
will be sharing the Parish Nursing pastoral ministry to
provide the best care for all clients.

As well as volunteering with the Tri-Congregational Parish
Nursing Ministry, Maureen works full time as a home care
nurse contracted through the Community Care Access Centre.
She is also married with two teenage children. She and her
family have recently moved into our neighbourhood from
downtown Toronto.

We are blessed indeed to have her on our team.
Please welcome her in true Tri-Congregational Churches fashion.

 

 

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