Let us make human beings in our image. With an imagination!
–Rabbi Nachman of Bratslav
In Hebrew the word for artist, oman, shares the same root as the word for faith, emunah. Medieval Jewish mystics believed that prophets were given an imagination, in part, so that they could imagine God. For many of us, these ideas resonate with our experience that it is through our creativity that we encounter that which we hold sacred. We believe we are meant to live artfully, and meet God with our full voices.
I am a musician, storyteller, and worship leader dedicated to freeing the creative spirit in others through imaginative ministry, teaching, and life cycle rituals. For fifteen years, I have worked with churches, synagogues, seminaries, and universities, developing programs for modern mystics who yearn for shared spiritual expression that is vital and meaningful.
Thank you for visiting my website, where you can learn about my offerings for individuals and communities.
May you be blessed with imagination, and light!