The Rev. Greg has been the incumbent priest of All Saints since 2002 and leads the parish, with the help of the wardens. Greg is married to Kathleen, and they have two daughters. Greg and Kathleen met at St. Mark’s Church in Vancouver (which is where they were married) while Greg was studying theology. Kathleen, a Vancouver Island girl, who had never experienced -40 C temperatures, moved with Greg back to the Winnipeg area where they lived for the next 20 years. Greg is not an athlete but he enjoys running and hiking (whenever possible), snowshoeing and walking. Greg loves baseball and misses attending Goldeyes games.
Greg was introduced to the Anglican tradition as a student and was baptized at age 21 at All Saints’ Church in Winnipeg. Greg has studied at the University of Winnipeg (in religious studies and theology) at Vancouver School of Theology and at Providence Seminary. He is grateful for the wonderful teachers he has had.
Greg is an member of the Fellowship of Saint John, which is associated with the Anglican monastic order, the Society of Saint John the Evangelist (SSJE). He believes that this emphasis on prayer, study, work and hospitality is a good way to live the Christian life, and serves as a good guide for parish life as well. Greg is a big fan of Karl Barthwho reminds us, among other things, that Christ came to the “far country” to find us.