Joseph Wong is the Director of the Tyndale Spiritual Formation Centre, where he oversees spiritual formation programs and services to promote spiritual growth. Joseph is also the Executive Director of Cascadia Living Wisdom, partnering with Dr. David G. Benner to facilitate awakening and learning from the wisdom traditions. Joseph serves as a Pastor at Mosaic Baptist Church in Markham. He is passionate in bringing together theology and social justice, spirituality with culture and arts, and walking with fellow Christians to rediscover God’s presence and calling in their lives. With his art psychotherapist partner, ChrisB, they founded The Way We Art, an organization offering spiritual direction and art therapy. Joseph also works with the First Nations communities in Northwestern Ontario, hosting workshops and retreats to help members of the Indigenous community to establish a healthy self-image, heal spiritual wounds and share their stories through the safe channel of art and film. Joseph has completed his Master of Divinity degree and spiritual direction training at Tyndale University. He is also an avid film lover and photographer having studied Film Production at Ryerson University.
Dr. David Sherbino
Dr. Sherbino is the professor of Pastoral Ministries and Spiritual Formation at Tyndale University. David has been a member of the seminary faculty since 1987 serving previously as chair of the Pastoral Department, coordinator of the Worship and Liturgy program and Dean of the Chapel, he is presently coordinating the program in spiritual Formation. Dr. Sherbino has served in several congregations in Canada and is senior minister at Cornerstone Community Church (Presbyterian) in Kleinburg.
Sharon Bradimore joins the faculty at Tyndale Seminary as the Instructor and Coordinator of the spiritual direction internship/practicum, having previously served as a supervisor and co-instructor beginning in 2016. She spent much of her life serving as an organist and choir direction in a liturgical Anglican setting, and then a pianist, liturgist, worship leader and worship arts coordinator in a contemporary evangelical Reformed community. She taught all grades of piano for three decades, variously served as an Examiner for the Royal Conservatory of Music, a board member for Gate 3:16, and a trained volunteer with those receiving hospice care, all the while caring for a growing, active family. She completed spiritual direction training at both at Tyndale Seminary and Regis College. Sharon has completed and offers the Ignatian Exercises and occasionally leads Quiet Days or Retreats.