I started blogging in 2004, thinking no one was reading. On this blog you will find sermons, liturgy (both RCL and Narrative Lectionary), prayers and worship dramas, as well as personal stories about family, pets, knitting and my experience of coming out as a midlife mom and pastor.
Ordained in the United Church of Christ in Maine in 2002, I have served churches of diverse size and situation as both a settled and intentional interim pastor. I am the Executive Director of RevGalBlogPals, an ecumenical ministry providing support and resources to clergywomen around the world and across and beyond denominations. I’m proud to be the editor of There’s a Woman in the Pulpit, a collection of essays by members of the RevGalBlogPals web ring.
I live in South Central Pennsylvania with my wife, who is a Presbyterian Church (USA) pastor. Together we have four children, two cats, and a lively lab mix named Teddy.