Jack Graydon receives an International Award

Jacki Graydon (centre)On Saturday, April 23, 2016, a member of St. Paul's received an international award that only one other Canadian has ever received before. Jack is name partner of an accounting firm, philanthropist, and a family man, and will soon see the Lion Graydon Centre, currently being built in Ottawa, named after him.


Author in our midst

Fay Copland (faycopland@yahoo.ca) took up writing as a hobby in her retirement. She is a member at St. Paul’s United Church, Oakville, Ontario, and part of the volunteer team that lead a parent and baby group called Tots and Us. She has written two books.  The first was a children's book called, Hidden Treasures.  Her latest book, "Skint Knees," is a reflection on a Scottish childhood.

Article on her first book

Article on her second book


Air Canada's first woman pilot is a member of St. Paul's

Judy Cameron became Air Canada's first female pilot on April 10, 1978 at 24 years old. Sunday, May 24th, she touched down at Pearson airport to a final salute , after a flight from Munich. She is retiring from  flying high with Air Canada as Captain of the Boeing 777-300ER.

CTV News Article

See a video of Judy