Father Tim Clayton
Fr Tim grew up in North Carolina. He went to UNC Chapel Hill, taught English in Budapest, and then graduated with high honors from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He worked at the Falls Church in northern Virginia, working with young adults and international mission partners. He and his wife, Cheryl, have founded two projects: one an ecumenical community in Maine focused on the intersection of Christian faith with care for the creation and for the poor, and the other a new Anglican church in North Carolina.
He has led mission or spiritual pilgrimage trips in more than a dozen countries on five continents. His hobbies include kayaking and cross-country skiing. He and his wife, Cheryl live in Beverly Farms with their three children and their Bernese Mountain Dog.