Steve Watson, President
Steve Watson joined the staff of Reservoir Church as its senior pastor in July, 2013. Prior to that, he served as the headmaster of Watertown High School, as a middle- and high-school English teacher in the Boston Public Schools, and as a campus staff minister with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. In all of his endeavors, Steve has maintained great passion for teaching, coaching and mentoring, organizational and community development, and really good chocolate. Steve attended Brandeis University, where he graduated with a B.A. in music, and has immersed himself in graduate and self-directed studies in secondary English education, educational leadership, Bible, theology, and ministry—some of which have resulted in completed degrees.
Born and raised in eastern Massachusetts, Steve has traveled extensively but has never left behind his great affection for the Charles River, the Red Sox, and (almost) all things New England. Steve and his wife Grace, who shares his local roots and works as the director of Next Steps in Brookline, became members of Reservoir Church in 2006. They love this community’s accessibility, authenticity, and vibrant connection with a living God. When not at the church, Steve, Grace, and their three children—Julianna, Zeke, and John—enjoy all manner of family adventures big and small together.
Scott Anthony, Treasurer
Scott Anthony’s faith was re-ignited here at Reservoir Church when he took the exploring faith class, Seek, many years ago. Since then Scott has enjoyed serving in various capacities throughout this community. He is married to our Pastor of Community Groups, Ivy, and has three children who keep him busy on the swim deck and soccer field. While Scott’s day job in the investment sector as a portfolio manager provides challenging and gratifying work, he finds utter fulfillment in seeking out conversations of meaning and faith in all corners of his life.
Kathy Tuan-MacLean, Clerk
Kathy always knows how many years she’s been at the Reservoir because she started coming while pregnant with her 3rd child Ren back in 1999! Married to Scott and mother also to Ling and Kai, Kathy has enjoyed speaking at Mom to Mom, helping plan the women’s retreat, and even preaching. She serves as the Associate Director for Graduate & Faculty Ministries with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and also has been trained as a spiritual director. Originally from Honolulu, Kathy’s passionate about culture, cooking, and community—and even happier when all those get mixed together!
Arianne first came to visit the Reservoir Church community in August 2010 after seeing an ad on the T. Since then, she has participated in and led several community groups and a few sessions of SEEK, a program for people newly exploring or returning to faith. Arianne joined the board in 2014 and brings to this group her longtime business management experience and non-profit involvement. She is originally from Atlanta, GA and outside of Reservoir enjoys working full-time in the healthcare and technology sector, practicing and teaching yoga, cycling, and listening to podcasts.
Angel Jackson lives with her husband Ian and their 3 kids in Cambridge. Raised Catholic, Angel came to Reservoir Church in 2001 with her now husband looking for more connection with a living God. She continues to find that life giving connection to God while involved with programs for kids and families, leading small groups, attending Holy Spirit events, at prayer meetings and hanging out on the playground after first service.
Kevin is married to Marya. They met in a college Christian group 30 years ago. Four daughters and two grandchildren later, they are happy to have settled in Boston, where they both are teachers.
Scott and his wife Louise came to the church in 2000 with their two sons, refreshed by the worship, inspired by the vision for engagement in the community and comforted by the prayer ministry. He has relished playing a part in some bold and creative steps of faith that have marked the church’s development since that time – steps that keep revealing Jesus to him. He enjoys the community of the church through small group and prayer team involvement and through leading Discovery Weekend designed to help people explore their God-given gifts and vocational purpose.