Wolfe Island Metis Charitable Association

Serving the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual needs of aboriginal people in Canada.

Wolfe Island Aboriginal Interfaith Church

Wolfe Island is also registered as an interfaith denomination in Ontario. The historic formation of the Wolfe Island Aboriginal Interfaith Church allows our first licensed minister, Reverend Kathryn Gorman-Lovelady, to perform interfaith and Métis wedding ceremonies, as well as baby consecrations, and funerals.

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Rev. Kathryn Gorman-Lovelady and Brian Lovelady

Kathryn Gorman-Lovelady is an aboriginal Medicine Woman, Shaman, Therapeutic Touch Practitioner, Reiki Master, writer, artisan and minister (Aboriginal Interfaith). She is a graduate of the University of Guelph College of Social Sciences with a BA in Psychology, and is a professional medium. Her training includes such diverse elements as shamanism, healing, university parapsychology, and the Midewiwin (Healing Lodge). Her past employment experience includes teaching adult literacy and textile arts, and working in social services and private business.

Brian Lovelady joined Kathryn's practice in January 1995, and brings management and computer skills, as well as many years of social work and practicing meditation. He is an aboriginal Healer, Shaman, Therapeutic Touch Practitioner and Reiki Master. He is also a graduate of the University of Guelph College of Social Sciences with a BA in Sociology.

Brian and Kathryn were married in December 1995. Together, they offer spiritual leadership as Elders in the Canadian Métis Council. Their joint work in teaching and practicing the sacred medicine and healing traditions is the prime focus of Wolfe Island and Moonstar Lodge.