• as an interest group of RNAO, to actively support the initiatives of RNAO
  • to provide a forum for communication and exchange of ideas
  • to promote awareness of the roles of parish nurses and to serve as liaison with RNAO, CNA and other groups in promoting certification of parish nurses
  • to provide professional support for parish nurses
  • to encourage the formation of liaison groups throughout Ontario
  • to support implementation of standards of practice for parish nursing
  • to encourage participation of parish nurses in education and research
  • to ascertain the feasibility of the FCNIG being a corporate group member in the Canadian Association for Parish Nursing Ministry

FCNIG's 2023 Executive Team

From left to right: Gloria Wiebe, Lily Cugliari-Kobayashi, Michelle Solomon, Maria Lippa, Ola Babalola, and May Tao
From left to right: Gloria Wiebe, Lily Cugliari-Kobayashi, Michelle Solomon, Maria Lippa, Ola Babalola, and May Tao

President/Chair: Ola Babalola
President-elect: Vacant
Past-President: Anne-Marie Mohler
Finance Executive Network Officer: May Tao
Membership Executive Network Officer: Lily Cugliari-Kobayashi
Communication Executive Network Officer: Michelle Solomon
Social Media Executive Network Officer: Maria Lippa
Policy and Political Action Executive Network Officer: Vacant 
Student Executive Network Officer: Vacant

Region 2, Middlesex Elgin: Michelle Solomon

Region 6, Toronto West: Lily Cugliari-Kobayashi, Maria Lippa

Region 7, Toronto East: May Tao

Region 8, Durham: Ola Babalola

Region 9, Jeanne Lambert 

Region 11, Sudbury: Dot Klein

Regions 1, 3, 4, 5,10, and 12 are vacant. 

Which region do you live in? Find your local chapter and connect with our execs! We'd love to hear from you!

Vacancies: We are seeking a student exec and policy and political action exec for the 2023/2024 term. Please contact us for more information. 


Last Updated: April 21, 2023

The pandemic affected the delivery of emergency services! FCNIG explored how Faith Community Nurses and health care providers provide spiritual care and health services in a time of emergency! Thank you to special guests Siobhan Carlin, Advanced Toronto Services Paramedic, and Bob Parke, bioethicist, and member of the Clinical Advisory Committee at Ontario Palliative Care Network (OPCN) for your discussion on emergency care planning and advanced care planning with a more wholistic perspective.