Parishioner Judy Tingley is interviewing parishioners and helping them to share a bit of their stories with us. This is the first in her series of stories – look forward to more of them in the future. Thanks, Judy, for helping us get to know each other a bit better!
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Several years ago, Brian Oldham and his wife Dale Walker made a pilgrimage to Ireland, searching through the clover for their ancestries. Along the path they met up with Celtic Spirituality — and were enchanted. READ MORE HERE
Long ago though not far away, Cathy Nickum worked for the Bainbridge Review and lived on a boat in Eagle Harbor. A degree from U-dub in journalism led her to this first newspaper job. She was twenty-eight, single, and a general assignment reporter and photographer for three years. One of her early feature stories was an interview with Father Gowen, the first rector of St. Barnabas. READ MORE HERE
Sue Rhodes was born in Vancouver British Columbia. Sue came across the border to the US when she was one month old, but didn’t become an American citizen, an experience she found deeply moving, until she was 50. Sue grew up in Bellevue, attended St. Thomas, Medina (Rev. Karen’s former church), and spent a year in Germany between high school and university on a church sponsored exchange program. READ MORE HERE