Diane Zike has a B. A. in English Literature from the City College of
the City University of New York and holds a Master of Arts Degree
(Ministry and Culture) from Phillips Theological Seminary in Tulsa,
Oklahoma. She received her initial training in pastoral care while
assisting in the Tulsa Episcopal Chaplaincy program. Diane completed a
unit of Clinical Pastoral Education at Hillcrest Medical Center in
Tulsa. Diane brings a variety of life experiences to the writing of
meditations. She was the chaplain and director for Interfaith AIDS
Ministries in Tulsa for ten years. Diane served on the Diocesan AIDS
Commission of the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma. She also worked in
hospice and served on a regional advisory board for the Oklahoma
Department of Mental Health. Diane has led workshops on hospital
visitation, AIDS and death and dying issues and has written brochures
and other materials on these topics. Diane is a member of St. Peter’s
Episcopal Church in Tulsa.
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