Trinity Strong

Trinity is currently in a period of transition.  Our beloved priest for the past 15 years, The Rev. Jeannie Martz, has retired; and we are in the process of locating her replacement. In the meantime, we will have an interim priest to guide us spiritually during this process.

We are a strong community….We like to say we are “Trinity Strong!”  Worship, music, outreach, youth programs and more will continue during this time of transition.  Take a look at the ministries, activities and upcoming events listed on this site; and then please visit Trinity to experience our welcoming community in person.

We truly are Trinity Strong.

Meet the Staff

Amy Morales, Parish Administrator
Amy has served as Trinity’s Parish Administrator since 2005 and has extensive experience in operations and business administration.

Amy has been a member of Trinity for over 30 years. She has been married for forty-five years, has 3 children and 6 grandchildren.

Heather Anderson, Sunday School Co-Director
Heather, her husband, and their son came to Trinity in 2007. After teaching Sunday School for 5 years, she was invited to join the church staff in Christian Education. She loves working with and getting to know the youth at Trinity. Heather is also involved in the Travel Industry and is always happy to talk about traveling the world.

Suzanne Bilodeau, Sunday School Co-Director
Suzanne and her husband, Denis, have been members of Trinity since the mid 1990s.  They have three children who are actively involved in Trinity as well.  Prior to Suzanne becoming co-director of Christian Education in 2007 she has served as an Usher, Sunday School Teacher and one term on Vestry.

David Ripley
Director of Music

David Ripley has been the Music Director at Trinity Episcopal Church since 2000 and is responsible for developing and providing leadership to the music program and choir. David began his career in 1992 as an Organ Fellow for St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church. As a regular substitute organist for many Orange County Episcopal churches, David’s talents were highly sought. In 2000 he accepted the position of Music Director and has come to call Trinity his home and place of worship.