Sydney Brouillard-Coyle (Ney/Nem/Nir)
Co-Chair

Biography:

Sydney is a third-year student at the University of Windsor, studying a Bachelor of Music with a minor in Women and Gender Studies. Ney work at nir local church as the music director and pianist, and at Trans Wellness Ontario as the Education Coordinator and a Peer Mentor. Nir passions are music, activism, and cuddling with nir guinea pig. Sydney is queer, asexual, and non-binary.

What inspires you about Proud Anglicans of Huron?

"I'm inspired and honoured to serve as a co-chair on Proud Anglicans of Huron. I love that we are seeking to change the way we have conversations; to educate on the evolving understandings of sexuality and gender; and to leave space for queer and trans* people to share our stories and who we are."

What is your hope?

"Many queer and trans people ask ourselves if God hates us because of who we are. This is something that I have struggled with ever since coming out - trying to understand how my faith and my identity can co-exist, and even affirm each other. Thus, my hope is that we can work to create a church and society where no one ever has to ask themselves this question - a place where everyone can feel safe, loved, and affirmed for we are."

Rev. Hana Scorrar (She/Her/Hers)
Co-Chair

Biography:

Hana is Assistant Curate at St James Westminster in London, ON.  She has a background in International Politics and Development, doing her undergrad at the University of Windsor and seminary at Huron University College.  Her areas of interest are social justice and evangelism.  Hana is a cisgender woman and bisexual.

What inspires you about Proud Anglicans of Huron?

"I believe in the importance of advocacy and representation within the church, and what inspires me about Proud Anglicans is the drive to support and affirm the LGBTQ+ community and the willingness to grow and learn."

What is your hope?

"My hope is that we can dismantle systemic discrimination within our church hierarchy and learn to live into the Gospel of Christ as a call to radical compassion and the kenotic ethic."

Lay Representatives

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Clergy Representatives

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