Sister Lucy Klein-Gebbinck was born in Canada in 1954. She earned a B.A. in Education with a focus on Special Education from the University of Alberta. Before entering our Community in Philadelphia in 1988, she worked as a teacher in Alberta; taught English in Katsina, Nigeria, and in Pago Pago, Samoa; and served with Volunteer International Christian Service (VICS) in Alberta. After an initial period of religious formation, she moved into a ministry of holistic health. She became a certified massage therapist and worked as a health education and wellness coordinator for three years in Florida. The needs then drew her to Camden, New Jersey, one of the poorest and most violent cities in the U.S. She lived and worked there for several years with another Medical Mission Sister, beginning “Camden Wellness” which provided health and education services to clients that otherwise couldn’t afford them. For the past three years she and fellow holistic health practitioner and partner in mission, Fiona Hesketh, have been implementing a massage outreach program in the city called “Healing SPIRIT” (Strengthening People in Releasing The Impact of Trauma). Sister Lucy says, “In low-key ways, our presence makes a difference. And it is mutual. We learn from each other — it is an exchange. We grow together.” She also is the Integration Coordinator for our Community in North America.