minister spotlights

Our Interfaith Ministers are really quite special because they are all different, with their own unique journeys and ways they show their ministry. What makes them who they are also shapes what they bring to the table. We created this page to shine a special light on one unique minister at a time! On this platform, you can get to know these ministers a bit better:

  • Find out why they decided to become a minister
  • Learn about the various services they do
  • Understand what interfaith means to them
  • Uncover why they chose OneSpirit as their Interfaith community

If you want to work with any of these ministers or have questions, you’ll find their contact details in their spotlights. If you’re a minister and want to participate, simply click here!

Felice Rhiannon

Tell us a little bit about yourself: Born in the United States, I came to England a few years after hearing about interfaith ministry and OneSpirit. My previous life was filled with the practice of traditional Chinese acupuncture and other forms of complimentary healing, decades of yoga and meditation practice, and work as a yoga therapist…

What sets your ministry apart from others? This is a ministry that is personal, cultural and universal. It embraces everyone who has been born because we age from our first breath. While it can include various ceremonies and rituals, it is not focused on them. Rather it shines a light on the last developmental stage of life and the gifts that older people offer to society…

Learn more about me here!

Rev. Jo Royle

Tell us a little bit about yourself: I’m a spiritual being having a human experience! I feel we’re living in times between two paradigms… the old patriarchal, capitalist, inequitable and often abusive paradigm and a new loving, peaceful, honouring paradigm. I feel to live in these times is to have one foot in each and I often struggle with the way of the world.

What inspires you about your work? Healing, Connection, Love and Nature and the joy of working with wonderful spiritual deep and connected people… and with Spirit.

Learn more about me here!

Rev. TonyA Mc Callion

Tell us a little bit about yourself: I was born and raised in Dublin. I left when I was 20 years old. I lived in New York for 7 years returned briefly to Ireland for 3 years and now I am in living in London for the past 18 years.

What do you consider the most rewarding aspect of being an ordained interfaith minister? As I say “I’m a work in progress.” My training at OneSpirit has helped me develop as a person in my understanding of who and what I am. To be ordained as a minister has given me a newfound confidence in stepping forth into the world with more knowledge.

Learn more about me here!

Rev. Sass Adams

Tell us a little bit about yourself: Current Exec Director of OSMIC, living in Portsmouth.

What aspects of your work do you find the most inspiring, rewarding, etc.? By supporting other people in their own service (whether or not they consider it a ministry of their own), I feel like I am a part of a much wider movement. Together we are adding ripples to the tidal wave of love!

Learn more about me here!

Rev. Leti Hawthorn

Tell us a little bit about yourself: I’m a 54-year-old woman living in North Yorkshire. I’d describe myself as Queer and neurodivergent. I’m a skilled helper and wounded healer, working from an educated heart with intuitive, reflective practice founded on experience, and with a desire to meet people where they are. I live with my husband Tim, our wire-haired dachshund Frankie and semi-feral cat Charlie and I have a stepdaughter Hannah. As well as being a minister I’m a yoga teacher and health & wellbeing consultant with over 26 years’ experience… 

What do you consider the most rewarding part of interfaith ministry? Being able to offer myself in sacred service to all with healthy boundaries but no dogma limiting where I go and what I offer!

Learn more about me here!