The Good Food Market

The Good Food Market was introduced in the summer of 2016 and returned in 2017!  Fresh produce is available weekly from mid-June through the end of August, 4pm - 7pm at Capri Park: bringing fresh produce at-cost to our neighbours close to their homes.

The Good Food Market operates in partnership with FoodShare Toronto - a non-profit organization with a mission to provide fresh food at affordable prices to everyone in the GTA.

New for 2017: We hired a summer student as Community Outreach Developer

This person was responsible for coordinating the good Food Market as well as led a Community Audit.  The goal of the audit was to uncover the needs in the community and to identify partners currently at work in the community.  


Homework Club (originally Madbakh Tutoring)

Every week during the school year, we welcome students on Tuesdays into the hall to help them with their homework.

This after-school program launched in 2013 as an interfaith initiative in the heart of Etobicoke aimed at empowering children, women, and families.  In partnership with Madbakh Women's Initiative, this began as an extension of similar tutoring programs run in other locations for over a decade.  St. Philip's has continued this program as the "Homework Club". 


World Interfaith Harmony Week  

The first week in February is designated as World Interfaith Harmony Week by the United Nations to encourage a mutual understanding among all cultures and to eliminate every form of discrimination, intolerance and hate based on religion or beliefs.

His Majesty King Abdulla ll of Jordan first proposed a call to promote a message of faith and tolerance among the world's religions in order for the citizens of the world to demonstrate their common values and good will towards each other.

St. Philip's member, John Voorpostel, serves on the steering committee for Toronto.  In 2017, he wrote a song for the celebration.

Check out the youtube video to listen to John's song Reach Out