Cheryl has been a member of Glebe since getting married there in 1996. Beginning with serving coffee and tea during fellowship hour, she eventually joined the choir, then the board, and ended up as board chair for several years. She has very much enjoyed the many musical aspects of life at Glebe as well as being on the Glebe team for East End United’s Out of the Cold program. Over the years, Cheryl stepped into the pulpit when our minister was away and found a passion in creating services and sermons. Eventually, she decided to take the Licensed Lay Worship Leader (LLWL) course with the United Church of Canada receiving her license in December 2021. Cheryl firmly believes that God led her to Glebe for many and varied reasons which have revealed themselves over time. She has found joy in worship and support in friendships and she is a devoted “Gleber” (a term she coined many years ago). Cheryl also helped coin Glebe’s mission statement, “Inclusive. Inventive. In Faith.” She aspires to reflect those same qualities in her work as an LLWL whether at Glebe or at the many other churches she hopes to serve in that capacity.