Teachers

This small but mighty group of people brings the educational focus to the camp through their morning classes.

Diana Verseghy – director, registrar, teacher, “She Who Must Be Obeyed”

Diana started our Ontario incarnation of the St. Michael’s Youth Conference way back in 1996, and hasn’t missed a year since. She teaches one of the morning courses, and handles most of the booking, scheduling, and publicity prior to and during the camp. Until the beginning of 2017, she worked as a research scientist at Environment Canada, doing computer modelling of the global climate. She is married to a Hungarian banker, and they share a love of dance and good books..

Contact Diana via email: diana.verseghy@sympatico.ca


Revd. Geoffrey Sangwine- clergy, teacher, accompanist

The Revd. Geoffrey Sangwine has been the incumbent at the Church of St. Simon the Apostle, Toronto, since 2016.  He previously served in the diocese at St. John’s, Norway, St. Clement’s, Eglinton and St. Joseph of Nazareth, Bramalea.  Fr. Geoffrey has taught at the St. Michael’s Conference almost every year since 1997. He says, “The St. Michael’s Conference is a great opportunity for growing in our faith, talking about the challenges of the Christian life, and having lots of fun!”


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Revd. Greg Carpenter – teacher

The Revd. Greg Carpenter began work in his current parish of St Jude, Wexford in Scarborough in May 2010.  In addition to his duties as Incumbent, he is also the Regional Dean for Scarborough and the Assistant Liturgical Officer for Bishop Patrick Yu.  Father Greg started as a teacher at the St Michael’s Conference in 2013 and is really encouraged by the level of engagement, shared wisdom, and fun the campers bring to this experience.

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