Meet Hannah

I am a wife, mother, daughter, sister, auntie, godmother, childhood survivor of a parent’s death, friend, colleague, community member… I never imagined my journey would include becoming a minister until, in 2009, I experienced a profoundly unexpected calling.

After discovering Interfaith, I found a path to fulfill my call as a trained but unaffiliated minister. Ordained in 2012 by The New Seminary in New York, NY, ​I am dedicated to serving those—like me—who don’t identify as religious or are not active within a faith community.

After ordination, I began studying at The Synthesis Center in Amherst, MA. Now a Certified Psychosynthesis Practitioner, I offer pastoral care with a transpersonal psychology approach. I am also initiated by Sanctuary Healing Arts in Amherst, MA as Level III Reiki Master.

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Meet Hannah

A minister stands in an autumn apple orchard with her hand in her pocket

I am a wife, mother, daughter, sister, auntie, godmother, childhood survivor of a parent’s death, friend, colleague, community member… I never imagined my journey would include becoming a minister until, in 2009, I experienced a profoundly unexpected calling.

After discovering Interfaith, I found a path to fulfill my call as a trained but unaffiliated minister. Ordained in 2012 by The New Seminary in New York, NY, ​I began Grace Ceremonies in 2013. I am dedicated to serving those, like me, who are non-religious or not part of a faith community.

After ordination, I began studying at The Synthesis Center in Amherst, MA. Now a Certified Psychosynthesis Practitioner, I offer pastoral care with a transpersonal psychology approach. I am also initiated by Sanctuary Healing Arts in Amherst, MA as Level III Reiki Master.

Meet Hannah

A minister stands in an autumn apple orchard with her hand in her pocket

I am a wife, mother, daughter, sister, auntie, godmother, childhood survivor of a parent’s death, friend, colleague, community member… I never imagined my journey would include becoming a minister until, in 2009, I experienced a profoundly unexpected calling.

After discovering Interfaith, I found a path to fulfill my call as a trained but unaffiliated minister. Ordained in 2012 by The New Seminary in New York, NY, ​I began Grace Ceremonies in 2013. I am dedicated to serving those, like me, who are non-religious or not part of a faith community.

After ordination, I began studying at The Synthesis Center in Amherst, MA. Now a Certified Psychosynthesis Practitioner, I offer pastoral care with a transpersonal psychology approach. I am also initiated by Sanctuary Healing Arts in Amherst, MA as Level III Reiki Master.

Why Interfaith?

Interfaith minister wearing rainbow stole holds her hands at her heart

God, Goddess, Heavenly Father, Great Mother, Lord, Spirit, Higher Power, Creator, Source, The Universe, Divine Mind, Buddha-Nature, Energy…

There are many names to describe an essence of love and warmth, of caring and protection, of wisdom, compassion and connection. Some look upward to find this source; some look within; some look to nature, or the face of another.

I became an Interfaith Minister so I could serve people who recognize all these different names and faces, presences and energies. When I use the particular language or viewpoint of my clients, my heart is also speaking to all names, with all understandings.

Why Interfaith?

Interfaith minister wearing rainbow stole holds her hands at her heart

God, Goddess, Heavenly Father, Great Mother, Lord, Spirit, Higher Power, Creator, Source, The Universe, Divine Mind, Buddha-Nature, Energy…

There are many names to describe an essence of love and warmth, of caring and protection, of wisdom, compassion and connection. Some look upward to find this source; some look within; some look to nature, or the face of another.

I became an Interfaith Minister so I could serve people who recognize all these different names and faces, presences and energies. When I use the particular language or viewpoint of my clients, my heart is also speaking to all names, with all understandings.

Minister standing with her husband and daughter

Raised in the mountains of West Virginia and on the shores of Cape Cod, I now live in the beautiful Connecticut (Kwinitekw) River Valley of Western Massachusetts. Though often called the “Pioneer Valley,” this is the ancestral home of the Nonotuck people. I respectfully acknowledge the Indigenous inhabitants of these lands, past and present.

I make my home with my husband, Alexander, and our daughter, Bhramari (her name means “bumble bee” in Sanskrit), along with our dog and two guinea pigs. ​In my free time I love to read, swim, go for walks, travel and spend time with family and friends. You will also find me tending our hens, fruit trees, berry bushes, vegetable gardens and native pollinator habitat.

Minister standing with her husband and daughter

Raised in the mountains of West Virginia and on the shores of Cape Cod, I now live in the beautiful Connecticut (Kwinitekw) River Valley of Western Massachusetts.

Though often called the “Pioneer Valley,” this is the ancestral home of the Nonotuck people. I respectfully acknowledge the Indigenous inhabitants of these lands, past and present.

I make my home with my husband, Alexander, and our daughter, Bhramari (her name means “bumble bee” in Sanskrit), along with our dog and two guinea pigs.

In my free time I love to read, swim, go for walks, travel and spend time with family and friends. You will also find me tending our hens, fruit trees, berry bushes, vegetable gardens and pollinator habitat.

Why Interfaith?

God, Goddess, Heavenly Father, Great Mother, Lord, Spirit, Higher Power, Creator, Source, The Universe, Divine Mind, Buddha-Nature, Energy…

There are many names to describe an essence of love and warmth, of caring and protection, of wisdom, compassion and connection. Some look upward to find this source; some look within; some look to nature, or the face of another.

I became an Interfaith Minister so I could serve people who recognize all these different names and faces, presences and energies. When I use the particular language or viewpoint of my clients, my heart is also speaking to all names, with all understandings.

Interfaith minister wearing rainbow stole holds her hands at her heart
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All are welcome here

Recognizing harmful systems of power and privilege, I affirm and proudly serve people of all gender expressions and sexual orientations, races and ethnicities, ages and abilities, education and financial means, and political and religious beliefs.

Minister stands outside, wrapped in a prayer shawl hugging her arms

All are welcome here

Recognizing harmful systems of power and privilege, I affirm and proudly serve people of all gender expressions and sexual orientations, races and ethnicities, ages and abilities, education and financial means, and political and religious beliefs.

Minister stands outside, wrapped in a prayer shawl hugging her arms

All are welcome here

Recognizing harmful systems of power and privilege, I affirm and proudly serve people of all gender expressions and sexual orientations, races and ethnicities, ages and abilities, education and financial means, and political and religious beliefs.

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