I am a retired deacon in the Church.
My early childhood spiritual formation was through the prayerful
and loving devotion that my grandmother lived every day. She introduced me to the unconditional love of God.
Later, through my wife, Joanne, and the Parish of Resurrection, my faith matured and I entered the R.C.I.A. This formation invited me to fulfill my call to service through the deaconate.
Today, I continue my ministry of service as Chaplin for “Faith and Light”; an international faith sharing community for disabled adults and their loved ones. We meet monthly at the Mary Campbell Center in North Wilmington. I also bring the Eucharist once a month to the residents of Churchman’s Village. Another way that I realize my ministry of service is as a facilitator for an education program called “Family to Family”, which is sponsored by the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill. It is through my ministry of service that I share with my wife Joanne that we hope to share God’s boundless love to all.