The Rev. Louise Dightam, B.Comm., M.Div.
The Rev. Louise Dightam (“Die-tam”), the minister in charge of our parish, joined Prince of Peace in August, 2022 and was ordained priest here on January 22, 2023. She is part of the regional ministry team for South Georgian Bay, which includes All Saints, Collingwood and St Luke’s, Creemore.
Louise’s passion for ministry is anchored in Jesus’ commandment to love one another as he has loved us (John 13:34). She is keen to build on all the ways we embody God’s love in our congregation and in our community.
A resident of Wasaga Beach, Louise loves walking on the beach and catching the sunset. In her spare time she enjoys writing, photography and being outside in nature.
After a thirty-year career in the Ontario Public Service Louise was ordained deacon on May 1, 2022. During her part-time divinity studies Louise served in six diverse congregations in Toronto and Mississauga, as well as being member and chair of the board at All Saints Community Church, Toronto, a drop-in for people who are unhoused or marginally housed.
Louise has a Masters of Divinity from Trinity College, a Bachelor of Commerce and Finance from the University of Toronto and a Certificate in Public Administration from Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University).
Rosemarie Mitchell enriches our worship through her music gifts on organ and piano.
She has a degree in music education, and taught piano and theory privately for 18 years in Collingwood. That was followed by a 23 year career as an elementary school teacher in Nottawa and here in Wasaga Beach.
Rosemarie is now happily retired and delighted to be the music director at Prince of Peace.
The Rev. Frank Beasley
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