Reverend Karen (Kary) Hays / President
Ann DuFresne / Vice President
Claire Angela Casey / Secretary
"It's not so much the destination but the journey that allows us the opportunity to grow and expand!"
~ Reverend Kary
go to "meet the Minister" for more about Kary
Ann DuFresne began attending Reverend Kary's Spiritual Development Circles during the summer of 2010 and has been attending the Cycles of Spirit services since the church's inception. Ann loves the wisdom, growth, and connection it offers and is grateful to be involved. She is excited to be continuing this journey with Cycles of Spirit as the community gathers and grows.
Ann's passionate interest was stimulated by Anita Moorjani's book Dying To Be Me, which inspired her desire to become involved in spreading Anita's message.
Ann lives in Keene with her husband Alan. Between them they have four sons and eight grandchildren, who currently live in Massachusetts, Texas, and Nevada. Ann and Alan love to travel, take hot air balloon rides, visit art museums, and when possible enjoy the serenity, healing, and spiritual qualities of the Mii amo spa resort in Sedona.
"Allow yourself to dream, because in your dreams is the secret of who you are and who you're meant to be" ~ Anita Moorjani
Linda O'Brien was guided to Spiritualism after being involved in a structured religion and herbalism and massage therapy and other healing arts.
While religions may separate by adhering to different beliefs, it is Spirituality that connects. Connected with Spirit is where Linda is reminded of who she is. From this place is where she finds strength and gentle patience to find her way on this earth. Where else can we go from here - but there?
Take Joy - Linda.
Cynthia Rodier has lived in the Monadnock Region for almost 20 years. She resides in Swanzey with her husband, David, sons James and Alex, and rescued Schnoodle pup, Alice. Cynthia opened The Dragonfly Shop of Keene, a metaphysical gift store, in April of 2014, holds Reiki certification through Lourdes Gray, is a trained hospice volunteer through HCS, and has worked for many years as a medical secretary, with a brief stint as a surgical technologist. When she is not at The Dragonfly Shop, Cynthia sings with local Motown, Funk and Soul working band, Murphy's Blues, and works as an Editorial Assistant at The Monadnock Shopper News. Every now and then, she appears onstage with a local theater company, as well as singing with Michael Cohen's "Complicated People" group at Good Fortune. Cynthia is grateful and excited to be asked to join the Board of Cycles of Spirit, to be involved as one of the new healers for the church services, and to be working with the Cycles of Spirit congregation, in general.