Leadership of ecm

Andrew Hyde is the Ecumenical Campus Minister, ECM's full-time chaplain at the University of Guelph.  Andrew is a Designated Lay Minister in the United Church of Canada, with more than 20 years experience working with young people at various levels of the church.  A graduate of Queen's University (BAH English Literature) in 2001, and McMaster Divinity College (Master of Theological Studies) in 2004, Andrew lives in Guelph with his wife and two children.  He's always happy to meet for coffee when you're on campus, and can be found in the ECM Office (206 Raithby House).

ECM is also really blessed to have two student leaders working with us this year. Mackenzie Colbourne-Tennant is our Truth and Reconciliation Liaison, helping ECM lean into the TRC Calls to Action. Her position is possible this year thanks to a Canada Summer Jobs grant from the Canadian government. Romario Smith is our QCC Coordinator, helping give shape to ECM's Queer Christian Community. Romario's role is made possible by a WOW Grant from the Anglican Diocese of Niagara.

Ecumenical Campus Ministry Board 2021-2021

Clarence Swanton - Chair & Presbyterian Faculty/Staff Rep

Pat Martin - Treasurer & United Faculty/Staff Rep

Rev. Gaylyn McLean - United Clergy Rep

Rev. Naomi Miller - Anglican Clergy Rep

Vacant - Presbyterian Clergy Rep

Thomas Littlewood - Anglican Member at Large

Doug McCaig - Presbyterian Member at Large

Karyn Davies - United Member at Large

Rowena Hetherington-Wilson - Student Rep

Andrew Hyde - ECM Campus Minister