I’m a Unitarian Universalist minister serving the Unitarian Congregation of Saskatoon.
I seek to follow the nudgings of spirit (aka conscience, compassion and creativity) and to bring some of that experience alive through word, art, ritual, community-building and social justice.
I’m fascinated by the many and varied ways in which we make meaning in our lives.
My own life path includes study and work in art and architectural history as well as in adult education. I trained for ministry at Vancouver School of Theology, spending practicum hours in several Canadian UU congregations (First Victoria, Kelowna, Kamloops, and Hamilton) and with First United in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver. I was ordained in 2008 and served four years part time as the Consulting Minister with the First Unitarian Fellowship of Nanaimo.
I traded salty seas for oceans of grass and grain, moving to Saskatoon in August of 2012 with my husband, musician, composer and producer Paul Gitlitz.
The opinions expressed in this blog are my own, and not necessarily those of any of the communities or congregations I serve.
For another side of my life, see my art and photography at “Creating a Life” revkarenfg.tumblr.com