Susan was ordained in the Diocese of Toronto in 1997. She is currently the Canon Missioner for the Diocese of Toronto. In this role, she works as a catalyst and encourager of mission throughout the Diocese - planting churches and supporting parish missional communities. From 2007 to 2017, she served as the Chaplain of Havergal College, a large Anglican girls' school in north Toronto. There, she directed the Religious Education program, led worship and provided pastoral care for the school community. She has also served the parish of St. Martin-in-the-Fields since 1997, first as Assistant Curate, then as Associate Priest. Susan is an honourary Associate at St. James Cathedral.
Her Diocesan activities include membership in the Diocesan Postulancy committee; Co-Chair of the organizing committee for the Vital Church Planting Conference, Chair of the Reach Grant disbursement committee; and member of the Project Enabling and Management group, which administrates Ministry Allocation Fund grants. She is a member of OPCOTE, and is a Governor on the Board of Havergal College. She is also a member of the Anglican/United Church Dialogue for the National Church. She has co-led the Inter-Diocesan Learning Community for Mission in the Diocese of Toronto and represented the Diocese in the UK. She co-authored the six-part written resource exploring Christian invitation titled "Invited" and the Christians basics programme: “Christian Foundations.” Susan is also a doctoral candidate at the University of Toronto in the faculty of Church History and is the author of historical articles including one published in the Toronto School of Theology Journal in 2010.