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Who Am I and Why should you care?

taught drama and various crafts at summer music camps  

arts and crafts oriented programs from a wide variety of ages: FUNday School a summer Sunday, an annual Advent Workshop for children, Journey Through Holy Week,


director of Christian Education/Formation in large and small parish settings, consultant 

stewardship programs for children and youth, children’s activity bags


a choral reading group for young people

the Bible Bowl, an inter-church competition to encourage Bible study


as a storyteller, I use original material as well as folk tales, Bible stories and the work of other authors augmented by illustrations and interactive methods


annual Epiphany pageants, Epiphany/Mardi Gras celebrations (King Cakes and all the works) 

a variety of original dramas presented by youth for the church and/or lower church school

undergraduate majors in early childhood education, creative arts

graduate study at Drew University School of Theology, General Theological Seminary, University of the South (Sewanee) certified EFM mentor

extensive study with noted biblical archeologist Dr. James Fleming


edited numerous newsletters for churches, church schools, diocesan Christian Formation Commission

served on Commission On Ministry With The Disabled, diocesan council, diocesan representative to Province 2 CE Network Province 2, ECCE representative, diocesan stewardship commission, Major Chapter  

led workshops on subjects ranging from children and stewardship, parish newsletters, storytelling, FUNday School, and adult ed resources at diocesan and non-diocesan workshops for laity and clergy

on stage appeared in the Jerome Hines opera I Am the Way, in productions of Children of Eden, Godspell, Honk

stage manager for community theater

designed and built sets for community theater and my own shows

published in poetry “little mags”, essays/articles in The Living Pulpit, Sacred Journey, and The Living Church, meditation diocesan magazine, reading comprehension workbook on African folk tales

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