Wendy was born and raised in Montreal, attended McGill University, graduating with a B.Sc. Most of Wendy’s early career was involved either directly or indirectly with sales and marketing, and, training and development. Wendy obtained her Masters of Divinity from Wycliffe College, University of Toronto.
Wendy’s first personal revelation of God happened in her 9th grade Chemistry class while studying the periodic table. Since then she has been absolutely intrigued by how God works his wonders in us.
Wendy currently serves on the Pastoral Care Committee of the local hospital and participates in the local ministerial organizations. She serves as Priest in Charge of St. Luke’s Church in Creemore as well as being Priest in Charge here at the Prince of Peace in Wasaga Beach.
Wendy believes strongly in the Hospitality of the Kingdom of God, and that we are each welcomed as we are, in the love and grace that Jesus personifies.
Reverend Frank Beasley
Major the Reverend Frank Beasley was ordained in 1989. He has served in parishes in the Dioceses of Huron, Moosonee and Toronto. Frank served in the Canadian Armed Forces as Chaplain from 1990 to 2006. He retired as Senior Brigade Chaplain. He also volunteers as an OPP and RCMP Champlain as well as Springwater Township Fire and Royal Canadian Legion District. Frank has been working as an interim priest in various churches in York Simcoe area and he serves as Honorary Assistant for the Prince of Peace.
A retired high school Physical Education teacher with Science major who loves working with children. (She has four of her own). Originally from Toronto and Georgetown, Lori lived part-time at the beach since 1979 and moved here full time 2002.
Jesse and Jim Somerville
Christian Education at The Prince of Peace is an opportunity for us all to learn more about about God and his will for us in informal group settings, in which all questions are looked at, all opinions listened to and guidance from Holy Scripture are sought.
I have a degree in music education, and taught piano and theory privately for 18 years in Collingwood, followed by 23 years as an elementary school teacher in Nottawa and here in Wasaga Beach. I am now happily retired and delighted to be the organist and choir director at Prince of Peace.