SCARBOROUGH, ON, CANADA, April 11, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who proudly announces the acceptance of Dr. Solomon Gunapalan to the distinguished ranks of leading professionals as a result of his remarkable work in the religious services industry. As a Pastor for the Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec, as well as throughout his brilliant professional career, Dr. Gunapalan has consistently displayed the passion, vision, and dedication necessary to be considered among the best.
Established in 1889, the Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec is an organization with a rich history of supporting local churches and their communities through the training of leaders, addressing of social needs, provision of church mortgages, and their exceptional responses to crises. The organization aims to enable their member churches to be healthy, mission-minded congregations, working together as whole to serve God.
As part of the Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec, Dr. Gunapalan serves as a Deacon at the Donway Baptist Church in Toronto, providing his parishioners with divine leadership and compassionate care. In addition to being an incredibly dedicated Pastor, Dr. Gunapalan is also the author of three plays which are entitled, The Cross and The Vacant Tomb: A Play in Five Acts, In Quest of the King of Kings, and The Forerunner to the King of Kings.
Prior to moving to Canada and getting involved in ministry, Dr. Gunapalan earned a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery degree and served in the Sri Lanka Navy as Deputy Director of Naval Medical Services. He retired from the Sri Lanka Navy with the rank of Surgical Commander. Dr. Gunapalan was the recipient of a Long Service Medal from the Navy and a Bronze Medalist of The Sri Lanka Life Saving Association. He also earned a Diploma in Christian Studies from Serampore College as well as a Master’s degree in Divinity from Acadia University.
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