Louise has a particular interest in nature religions, wrote the Unitarian Universalist adult religious education curriculum “Paganism 101”, which is used across the denomination, and recently completed her master’s degree in “Myth, Cosmology, and the Sacred” at the University of Canterbury in the UK.
She has been an active member of Unitarian Church of Vancouver since 1996. She has been a lay chaplain, on a ministerial search committee and an active member of the worship committee, among other involvements.
She (along with Mairy, Mary and Huguette) have recently revitalized the Earth Spirit Council (previously known as the Paganism committee). The group offers a monthly earth spirit circle and hopes to offer additional workshops and celebrations as volunteer resources permit.
Louise works as a sculptor and painter with a busy studio on Granville Island. In her artwork, she is inspired by the processes of change and transformation, and is interested in how we, as human beings, embed ourselves in the world, and find meaning during our time here.
Click here for Louise’s homily presented at the North Shore Unitarian Church on Paganism and Unitarian Universalism. Pagan UUism
“The realm of the artist is the frontier between the tangible world and the intangible one.” Federico Fellini