I have been a life-long Anglican at heart, but I've dabbled occasionally in other spiritual pursuits as well. I was born in Victoria and baptized in the little neighbourhood church of St. Alban's on Ryan Street. I attended school and university in Victoria, but worked mostly elsewhere in Justice Administration and Public Communications.
My wife and I lived in Vancouver frequently, but also Yorkton, Sask, Nanaimo, Prince Rupert, Whitehorse, and we retired back in Victoria. I have worshipped in many different Anglican churches over the years. However, I discovered my childhood church had been demolished when I got back. I came to St. John the Divine in January of 2019 and immediately felt at home.
Since then I have been involved with the Chancel Guild, the Food Bank, the Refugee Support Group, Social Justice Action Group, GVAT, and helping Carol-Ann in the church office. I have recently been attending Parish Council as a fly on the wall, but now I will get to attend for real. Outside of church, I have always been part of the performing arts community both onstage and off everywhere I've been. "The Farm" on our balcony is also an occasionally successful endeavour where my dog Molly is my day labourer.
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