The Rev. Anna Greenwood-Lee
Anna grew up in Edmonton but traveled to Massachusetts to attend seminary at the Episcopal Divinity School. She was ordained in the Diocese of Calgary in 2000 and served at Christ Church, Calgary and then at Grace Church on-the-Hill, Toronto before coming to St. Laurence in August
Anna is married to James and they have two children, Ava and Fin.
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The Rev. Carolyn Herold
Carolyn was born in Vancouver to traveling parents: she lived in California, New Zealand, England and Victoria before settling down in Calgary. She received a BA in Anthropology at the University of Victoria, followed by a Masters of Theology at the Virginia Theological Seminary.
Carolyn worked in Christian and Museum education prior to her ordination to the diaconate in 2014 in Calgary. She was ordained a priest one year later. Carolyn also serves as a Spiritual Care Provider with Alberta Health Services. Carolyn is married to Bob; between them, they have four daughters, two sons and six grandchildren.
The Rev. Don McLeod
Co-Director of the Wisdom Centre
The Rev. Don McLeod started out his ordained ministry as a Lutheran but now hangs his hat with the Anglicans. Don is Partner and Principal Consultant at BlueSkye Thinking Inc. He is a skilled facilitator and has consulted with both the faith community and the not for profit sector for many years. He is recognized as an expert at creating space for meaningful conversations. Don also contributes to the life at St. Laurence as co-director of the Wisdom Centre.
The Rev. Vic Cabel
Vic Cabel was born in Calgary and raised in Millerville and Didsbury. He laboured as a Royal Bank employee until entering the University of Saskatchewan and Emmanuel College in 1960. He graduated and was ordained Deacon in 1966, and was ordained Priest in 1967.
Vic has served several parishes in Alberta as Curate and Rector during his career; most recently at St. Cyprian’s in Calgary from 1981 until his retirement in 1994.
The Rev. Cathy Fulton
Cathy moved to Calgary from the Diocese of Ottawa, 12 years ago. As a registered nurse her prior work experience included serving in the Operating Room as well as in Medical and Surgical ICU. Her growing concerns about death without dignity lead her to complete a certificate in Palliative Care and also to study for an Honors degree in Theology. Ordination followed in 1994, following which she held a number of placements, including working in team parish ministry, chaplain at an Independent School, and Interim rector of a small rural parish outside Ottawa, while also serving as the Anglican Palliative Chaplain at the Elizabeth Bruyere Centre. In Calgary she has held a number of part-time positions, most recently as the Assistant at St Stephen’s for 5 years. Since retiring from parish ministry in 2012, Cathy has served as the Diocesan Archivist and Registrar, and is now delighted to be an Honorary Assistant at St Laurence. She is married to Jim Smellie, her husband of 40 years; they have 2 adult married children and 3 grandchildren.