Sister Connie, as she likes to be known, is a member of the Sisterhood of St. John the Divine, a priest and an adjunct instructor at Wycliffe College, where she teaches courses on prayer and Benedictine spirituality.
She recently co-edited a book on the history of the Sisterhood entitled A Journey Just Begun, and she loves poking around in church and city archives. In her spare time she enjoys film, music, art and reading good mysteries.
Her favourite scripture passage is from St. John’s gospel:
“This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you.” (John 15:12)
Montreal-born and Toronto and London (England) trained, Michael Leach is in his 40th year as an organist and choir director. As a pianist, organist and choral conductor, Michael has performed widely in Canada, the USA, England, France and Italy. He is also a longtime member of the Faculty of Fine Arts at York University, Toronto, and is very active in the fields of theatre and dance. Michael has been with St. George’s since 2008.
His favourite scriptural verse is:
“O God, thou art my God: early will I seek thee.”
Kathy was raised in Willowdale and was baptised and confirmed at St. George’s Church. She continues to live in the area with her mom in the house she was raised in. She has been a volunteer in many capacities including a long time Church school teacher, member of the parish life committee, editor of the newsletter and has been happy to be a part of the staff team as the Office Administrator since 2020.
Her previous careers have included being a library technician, working for an international vacation company which allowed her to work in 6 other countries for almost 8 years, and most recently the office administrator for a non-profit charity for 22 years.
She loves to garden, travel, and be under the water scuba diving, or up in the air on the flying trapeze.
Kathy’s favourite scriptural verse is:
“but Jesus said, ‘Let the little children come to me, and do not stop them; for it is to such as these that the kingdom of heaven belongs.’” (Matthew 19:14)