Our Staff

Joanne Hedge
Joanne is passionate about God, faith, worship, connecting with others, and practicing radical hospitality and inclusivity. A desire to enliven our worship time and explore new ways to connect to God, Spirit and the life of Jesus focus her work. A commitment to justice for all people and all creation underpins her faith and her ministry. She has a keen interest in exploring and opening space for personal encounters with the divine, and in learning about God, Christ and Spirit with others of all ages. Ordained in Hamilton Conference in 2011, Joanne served a three point rural charge before arriving at Applewood United Church in October 2014. In her ‘previous life’ Joanne was a Minister for Music, a leader in music and art programs for children and young families, a mom, a teacher and a student of life!
Rev. Joanne Hedge
905-277-4162 Ext. 2
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Christina Mulligan
Christina enjoys creating a variety of musical styles for the services at Applewood United and works with the choir and with guest musicians throughout the year to provide uplifting music.  She believes music is a universal language that allows people to express themselves in a way they couldn’t through words alone.  Christina is a graduate of the Humber College Music Program in Toronto, Ontario, then earned her Bachelor of Music from Thompson Rivers University, BC, and now enjoys a diverse career as a freelance musician, performing regularly across the GTA and beyond.

Christina Mulligan
905-277-4162 Ext. 4
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Jo-Anne Prentice, Office Administrator
905-277-4162  Ext. 1
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Nancy Beatty

While Nancy is no longer is the office, she is still editor of the AppleLog, our weekly newsletter.  She is very knowledgeable about our church and its happenings and will do her best to assist with whatever is requested. She is highly organized and very efficient. Nancy is a huge fan of technology and computers and enjoys working with both in a variety of ways. Nancy is a valuable asset to our church.

Nancy Beatty, Editor, The AppleLog