Beverly C. S. Brazier Reverend Doctor of Congregational Ministry

bcsbrazier@live.ca

I am an ordained minister in the United Church of Canada, presently serving with the people of Whitehorse United Church, Whitehorse, Yukon. I have a passion for pastoral ministry in a rural setting, and for the transformational potential of faith communities. My doctoral area is grief, and grief education in a pastoral setting. Currently, I  am preparing for a sabbatical, doing qualitative research on the role of Scripture in the faith journeys of Christian feminists.

Publications & Presentations

Brazier, B. C. S. (2004). Moving. International Library of Poetry, February.

MacAulay, S., Poulin, C., Brazier, B., Hughes, J., Gouliquer, L., Brazier, B. C. S., Arsenault, R., Theriault, L. (2003). Confidentiality and transition houses, instututional violence against women. Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne 44:2a, 78.

Poulin, C., Gouliquer, L., Brazier, B., Hughes, J., Brazier, B. C. S., Arsenault, R., MacAulay, S., Theriault, L. Keeping it Confidential: A Struggle for Transition Houses. In M. L. Stirling, N. Nasan-Clarke, A. Cameron and B. Miedema (Eds.) Understanding abuse: partnering for change (pp 87-110), University of Toronto Press.

Brazier, B. C. S. (2003). To dance again. Consensus: A Canadian Lutheran Journal of Theology, 29(1), 111-115. Sermon published in this volume by B. C. S. Brazier

Brazier, B. C. S., & Elliott, K. A. (2002). Doing theology through writing fiction. Presentation to the Women Doing Theology in Canada Conference, Winnipeg

Brazier, B. C. S. & Brazier, B. (2002). Christ and culture. Paper presented to the 17th Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference, Hamilton, Ontario.

Riegert, E. R. (2002). Hear then a story: Plot possibilities for story sermons. Sermon published in this volume by B. C. S. Brazier. Waterloo Lutheran Seminary Press, Waterloo, Ontario.

Brazier, B. C. S. (2002). The syrophonecian woman. Consensus: A Canadian Lutheran Journal of Theology, 28(2), 87-92.

Brazier, B., & Brazier, B. C. S. (2001). The transitions of women in abusive relationships research team. Doing Team Research: Issues, Challenges and Rewards. Paper presented at the 18th Annual Qualitative Conference, Hamilton, ON.

Brazier, B. C. S. (2001). Prayers. Celebrate God’s presence. A Book of Services for the United Church of Canada. Etobicoke. United Church Publishing House.

Gouliquer, L., Poulin, C., Brazier, B., Brazier, B. C. S. , Hughes, J., Theriault, L., & Arseneault, R. (May 1999). The ins and outs of qualitative research: A community/academic collaborative perspective. Paper presented at the 16th Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference, Fredericton, NB.

Brazier, B. C. S. (1997). Five strong women charged with… A Canadian Lutheran Journal of Theology, 23, 121-127.

Brazier, B. C. S. & Brazier, Bette (1997). dimensions of obesity and anorexia: an experiential perspective. Workshop presented at the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women, Fredericton, NB.

Brazier, B. C. S. & Russell, Stewart. (1997). Letters of deliverance. Gathering, Advent/Christmas, 1997. Etobicoke: United Church Publishing House.

Brazier, B. C. S. (1997). Call to worship. Courage for Hallelujahs. Keri K. Wehlander.(Ed.). Etobicoke: United Church Publishing House.

Brazier, B. C. S. (1997). Living water. Courage for Hallelujahs. Keri K. Wehlander.(Ed.). Etobicoke: United Church Publishing House.

Brazier, B. C. S. (1997). Easter communion litany. Courage for Hallelujahs. Keri K.Wehlander.(Ed.). Etobicoke: United Church Publishing House.