Clergy & Staff
Eric came to St. Timothy in 2016 after a varied ministry that included working for the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada and for the Anglican Communion. He taught for many years at the seminary level and was most recently the President of Atlantic School of Theology. While it was a privilege to prepare others for ministry nothing beats the real thing! He loves teaching, preaching and shaping the sort of creative worship that is responsive to the character of a particular congregation while calling each of us deeper into our understanding of and response to the love of God.
Eric has a passion for the environment and for good music of all sorts. When not working he loves to make music with friends, to observe the night sky, to attend concerts and to share great meals with his wife Janet. He and Janet enjoy spending time with their five wonderful adult children and their growing families.
Andrew grew up in the church and never left. He cannot remember a time he did not love talking with others about God and is delighted to be able to do so now as a Priest. Andrew has served in Algoma and around Toronto working especially amongst families and young adults.
Andrew enjoys teaching and sharing his delight in books (sacred and secular) and his love of God in ways that lead to conversation, fellowship and a deepened faith. He has a high value for hospitality; whether as a waiter (he served tables for almost 20 years), amongst friends, or at the altar, he loves to invite and share.
He has fun playing road hockey and squash and is, we are told, developing a passable left hook in a local boxing gym. He is married to Cara Kaye, a gifted and passionate communicator of fashion and its ethics. Together, they are the proud parents to Rowan, Evelyn, and Wesley.
Elaine joined St. Timothy in early 2019 in a part-time capacity. She has served in many different settings always living out her passion to help children and young people grow in their faith, develop a life of worship, and live in the deep and abiding love of Jesus.
If Elaine is not at St. Timothy’s – she is probably at the other Anglican St. Timothy’s (Agincourt) as she shares her gifts between the two communities.
Elaine enjoys being creative; she plays several instruments, writes, paints, draws and makes jewellery. She has a sizable library of children’s books. She loves video chats with her nieces and nephews in Scotland and cuddles with her beloved dog and cat.