Sophia is the Greek word for wisdom and within the story of Christianity, different traditions – such as the Eastern Orthodox Church – have adopted the feminine imagery of Sophia as an icon of wisdom. I have chosen Sophia as the name of this podcast series because of the people I’ve chosen to interview; I believe, as they share glimpses of their journeys with our Triune Creator, they are voices of wisdom that we all can learn from in this podcast series – as each of them have profoundly spoken into my life; I encourage you have a listen and let their wisdom seep into your pores.
The eighth podcast in the Sophia Series is Dawn Leger. Dawn Leger is an Anglican priest transitioning into a whole other ministry in the parish of Trinity Aurora, in the Diocese of Toronto as the Youth and Children’s Ministry Co-ordinator. She has moved from being a solo rector to being an associate and has no regrets. She calls Prince Edward Island on the east coast of Canada home. She loves being a woman in ministry and is certain that when her church makes the only right and just decision that is true to the Gospel by offering all of God’s sacraments to all of God’s people, we will be a much smaller church, but a lot stronger. She is a wife, daughter, sister, friend and beloved child of God, in no particular order.
You may find Dawn on twitter by clicking on @theflagsofdawn, her blog The Flags Of Dawn, or by emailing her here: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for popping by. Now sit back, relax, and enjoy the podcast.