Amy was born and lived in Moosonee, Ontario, a small northern community for the first 9 years of her life. She moved to a small town in Southern Ontario called Foxboro, which is near Belleville, Ontario. She enjoyed growing up in a rural community, where she was shown how small communities can be strong centres of innovations and forward thinking grounded in mutual support.
She attended Trinity College in Toronto and completed her Master of Divinity with honours. She moved to Montreal in the summer of 2015 and has been enjoying getting to know the city and province.
Amy is passionate about creating spaces and places for people to be able to explore who they are and who God is calling them to be. She loves exploring new ways of how Church and liturgy can be created to express people’s lives and community.
In her spare time, Amy is a great knitter. She is always looking forward to the next project especially when it brings the opportunity to learn new skills and challenges. She loves gathering with other knitters to share stories and laughter.