Rev. Tim Nethercott
I am a religious mongrel. I was raised in an Evangelical church, spent a number of years in Roman Catholic communities, was outside of the Church for some time, practiced as a Buddhist for two years and was formed for ministry in the Reformed tradition at Queen’s University. I have a B. A. in English Lit. and Theatre and have studied in Canada, the US, and Europe. My first career was in book publishing. I have taught English in Japan and worked for the United Nations in Thailand. I have been active in the environmental and social justice movements throughout my adult life. I enjoy cooking, playing music, entertaining, doing yoga and being a Dad. I love my work. I love my work. I love my work.
Zoë joined the ministry team in 2011 and is here as a guide, mentor and friend to any and all who come through Campus Ministries' doors. She is a member of the Presbyterian Church, but (as everyone is at Campus Ministry) she is open to people of all faiths. She can primarily be found in the United/Presbyterian office at the Faith and Spirituality Center, but if she isn't there she is likely out climbing a mountain or hiking in the wilderness where she can be at one with nature.
Robert joined the ministry in September, 2014 as a member of the team focused on communications, photography, and design. Robert is a member of the United Church of Canada, and attends Robert McClure United Church where he volunteers as the church's youth leader. Robert is also a professional photographer, focusing on 'capturing the motion and emotion of a moment.' You may not have met Robert as of yet, but you've likely seen the big black box in front of his face or his work throughout the Campus Ministry's Facebook, website, and other pieces of communication.