Faith Rohrbough came to Saskatoon fifteen years ago from Philadelphia, PA, where she had been involved in teaching and administration for twenty years. It was the call to become president of the Lutheran Theological Seminary that brought her north of the border. She has become a Roughrider fan although she still retains allegiance to the Philadelphia Flyers and the Red Sox in Boston (where she was born). She has been retired for six years; however, she has continued to do some teaching and has done work for the agency that accredits theological colleges.

Faith has a BA degree from Wellesley College and a PhD in Church History from the University of Basel in Switzerland. Through her work in education and the church she has had the privilege of traveling widely. In 2004 she taught at the Graduate Theological Seminary of the Malagasy Lutheran Church in Fianarantsoa, Madagascar.

She is committed to justice and refugee issues and sits on the Board of Canadian Lutheran World Relief. She is an ordained member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada.

Faith and her cat Chango have settled into Wolf Willow and feel very much at home. She has found many who enjoy the same things she does: reading, crossword puzzles and good conversation. She treasures the many new friends who make up our Wolf Willow neighbourhood and looks forward to exploring with others this wonderful area of Saskatoon in which we live.