In August 2014 I began full time settled ministry at the Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga. Previously, I was a half time consulting minister to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Durham in Whitby, Ontario. I currently serve as Vice-President of the UU Ministers of Canada (UUMOC). Previously, I served one term as Secretary to the Board of the Canadian Unitarian Council, the national denomination. I live in Brampton, Ontario with my dog, Tikko, two cats. My son is at university.
Wordchalice is my Tumblr repository of quotes and readings for worship.
In September 2012 I was welcomed into fellowship as a Unitarian Universalist minister. In October 2012 I graduated with a master’s in divinity from and received the Graduate Gold Medal for Academic Excellence. I finished my internship in June 2012 at , Ontario, Canada. I also hold a Master’s in Environmental Studies from York University and a Bachelor of Education from Queen’s. As a writer, I have published poetry, speculative fiction, essays and articles, winning awards for fiction and poetry. I have a piece in the UU 2013 meditation anthology Falling into Sky.
I was raised in suburban Mississauga as an agnostic/atheist, and I discovered Unitarianism in 1999 when my partner and I were seeking a spiritual community where science and myth could fit together. I turn to nature, science fiction, and the chalice for my spiritual nourishment. My particular interests in ministry are focused on language and theology: how we as UUs name and frame our spiritual orientation.