Jane’s writing links a love of this planet, its rocks and oceans, trees and bees, with awareness of the intimacy and wildness of God. It is a way of growing closer to the things she writes about, it is a way of growing in love.
Her journey has included living in community at the Findhorn Foundation, celebrating Jewish festivals with her family and hosting a church in her home. Her writing bridges Christian and Holistic spirituality. She particularly likes the concept in Celtic spirituality of creation as a self-giving of God.
She has qualifications in biology, geology and theology as well as counselling, education and pastoral studies. She has worked with young people, the unemployed, and people with a mental health or substance abuse problem. She home schooled her daughters when they were young.
Jane is a spiritual companion; she takes services in a local church and runs groups in the community including a meditation group. She is a member of a dance company and loves Cole Porter, crime novels and colour. She lives on the Western edge of London with her husband Bill, her daughters Joy and Grace and her dog Lizzie.