A new East Gwillimbury Drop-In for Parents / Caregivers and Children in the My Queensville Development

Whether you’ve been in East Gwillimbury for years, or especially if you’ve just recently moved here, you are invited to bring your children to our twice weekly Drop-In.  Meet other local parents, enjoy coffee and snacks, and let your children enjoy the company of other little people at The Burrow (1 Mondial Crescent)

There is no cost for this Drop-In.


A Drop-In for Caregivers and Children with educational toys, snacks, crafts, storytelling, and songs.

(please note: in order to keep all of our friends safe, the Drop-In is a nut free space)


The Burrow – 1 Mondial Crescent, Queensville/East Gwillimbury
(Google Maps hasn’t moved as quickly as the housing development in East Gwillimbury, so you won’t be able to get to The Burrow using GPS.  Here is a map!  We are in the My Queensville Development between Queensville Sideroad and Doane Road).

The Burrow is a brand new home, and the basement is being completely finished specifically to accommodate a child centered Drop-In.


Monday and Tuesdays 9:00am – 11:30am*

This is a new Drop-In, and if there is interest and capability, we will consider expanding our hours and days of operation.


This Drop-In is being offered by The Living Presence Ministry.  LPM is a community ministry of the United Church of Canada.

No matter who you are, where you come from, what you look like, whom you love or what you believe (or don’t believe)…we want to know you. No matter what. You and your family are welcome here.  ?

Bri-anne Swan, our Community Minster, is a Artist Educator and is experienced in offering educational programs to children.  She is also a mother to two young boys aged 5 and (almost) 3.  Her three year old can’t wait to meet your little people at the Drop-In!  You can read more about Bri-anne here.




With the influx of new residents to Queensville and Sharon, the Living Presence Ministry has been created in order to understand and fill needs within the local community.  Our goal is simply to be a loving and welcoming presence for residents of East Gwillimbury, while offering programming and services that are helpful to residents.  Our programming and home (The Burrow) is open to everybody, regardless of religious affiliation (or lack thereof).  LPM is also explicitly welcoming of people regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity, mental health status, income level or physical ability.  We wish for people to know that they are most welcome here, within their new home community.

Interested in joining us?  Have a question?  Send us a note (hi@livingpresenceministry.org), or stop by The Burrow on September 5th!  

We look forward to meeting you!