Sheelah is a vibrant singer-song leader who also writes and performs dramatic monologues which interpret and present Scripture in a powerful and innovative style. Her creative ministry gives new life to biblical stories, bringing them into the present and inspiring listeners (and readers) to revisit and contemplate these stories with a new perspective.
Sheelah is an award winning actor with numerous television and film credits. She has performed in live theatre throughout western Canada (including the Globe Theatre, Regina; Citadel Theatre, Edmonton; Theatre Calgary; and Arts Club Theatre in Vancouver).
She has worked extensively in the film industry with roles in nearly 30 movies including “The Journey of Natty Gann,” “We’re No Angels,” and “Bingo.” Her numerous television appearances include “DaVinci’s Inquest,” “Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy,” “Sliders,” “Bye, Bye, Birdie,” and “Cold Squad.”
Sheelah has recorded and toured with Ron, offering concerts and workshops featuring his music wedded with the words of Ruth Duck, Walter Farquharson, Fred Kaan, Shirley Murray, John Oldham, and Brian Wren.
“Your Faith Has Made You Whole,” a worship and small group resource (book and CD)- the first in a series of Sheelah’s work- was released in October 2001. This was followed in 2003 by “My Great Grandmother’s House”, a collection of five original dramatic monologues, each drawn from a specific biblical text. Sheelah’s most recent project is in the same style as “My Great Grandmother’s House”. Titled “You’ll Know What To Say When You Get There”, it was released in August 2006.