I offer Spiritual Direction online as well as in person
Presently accepting clients
Creativity and Spirituality, Grief and Loss, Interfaith
Contemplative, Welcomes LGBTI+
I was brought up and active in the Congregational Church in South Africa, even after I married a Catholic.
I made a conscious decision not to become a Catholic just because I was married to one.
When we came to Dargaville, there wasn’t a Congregational Church, so accompanied my husband and children to Mass. After seven years and discernment, I was admitted into the Catholic Church, attracted by the body Christ, the people, who live their faith. I am now in Palmerston North. I feel blessed that I have both traditions.
Approach to spiritual direction
I see myself as a companion on another’s spiritual journey, being present with the Holy Spirit and my experiences on my faith journey and being enriched in it by the other.
The image of the road to Emmaus is how I see my approach to spiritual direction, where the one seeking direction is Cleopas, I am the other disciple walking alongside and listening to Cleopas, with the Holy Spirit is present.