The Rev. Paul Jeanes III
Paul has served as the Rector of Trinity Church in Princeton since the fall of 2008. In addition to his service at Trinity, Paul is on the board of Religious Ministries PHCS, an ex-officio member of the Trinity Counseling Service Board of Directors, as well as a member of the Diocesan Council for the Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey, and former Dean of the Trenton Convocation…
The Rev. Joanne Epply-Schmidt
Joanne was baptized at ECP while an undergraduate at Princeton University (’82). Prior to joining the staff at Trinity, Joanne served for many years as both a long and short term supply priest to over 40 parishes in the Diocese. She served for 11 years as a priest at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Pennington, NJ before joining the staff of Storytelling Arts of Princeton, a non-profit literacy and arts program…
The Rev. Canon Dr. Kara N. Slade
A native of Pensacola, Florida, cradle Episcopalian, and lifelong Southerner, Kara is currently finishing her PhD in Christian theology and ethics with research interests that include Karl Barth, Søren Kierkegaard, the ethics of science and technology, and medical ethics. She earned the BSE, MS, and PhD in mechanical engineering and materials science at Duke's Pratt School of Engineering, and then joined the National Aeronautics and Space Administration as a research engineer and test manager for...
Br. Christopher Mcnabb, O.S.F.
Chris was born in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. He grew up in the same house his dad grew up in. Graduating from Rosemont School of the Holy Child and Devon Preparatory School, Chris went on to study Religion at La Salle University where he minored in Leadership & Global Understanding and had a concentration in Spanish. After graduating college, Chris served as a campus minister and theology teacher in Catholic high schools in the Philadelphia area…
Director of Music
Tom Whittemore has been Director of Music at Trinity Church since 2004. He began his music career in the choir of Trinity Church (New Haven, CT). As a youth he performed in numerous opera roles at Yale University and was the treble soloist in the European premier of Leonard Bernstein’s MASS, at the composer’s request, at the famed Konzerthaus in Vienna, Austria. As a young adult, Tom took up organ studies at Choate Rosemary Hall and the Peabody Conservatory at Johns Hopkins University…
Maureen attended her first iconography workshop with Vladislav Andrejev, founder of the Prosopon School of Iconology, at Trinity in 1996. Although trained as a secular fine artist (she holds an MFA from the Tyler School of Art, Temple University), Maureen was immediately drawn to the medium and to the mystical theology that informs this centuries-old sacred art of the Christian East…
Hannah has been on staff at Trinity since March 2015.
Since receiving a receiving a degree in Women's Ministries in 2007, Hannah has provided administrative support to several churches and organizations. Her roles have focused on supporting Christian education and professionals working with special needs children. She and her husband, Charles, have been married for ten years and have one cat, Sophie.
Director of Family Ministries
Raised in Norwalk, Connecticut, Emily attended Dartmouth College where she met her husband Jolyon, and was baptized during a foreign study program in Prague. In her early career she served as a church administrator, an elementary school teacher, and a campus ministry co-director at Dartmouth College. Emily and Jolyon have four children: Kyra, Teddy, Joseph, and Balian, whom Emily has home-schooled since 2010. She is an avid reader and writer. Emily has been on Trinity’s staff since 2012 and was confirmed in the Episcopal Church in 2014. In addition to serving as Trinity Director of Family Ministries (since 2018) she serves as the Trinity Wedding Coordinator and teaches the RSCM music theory course for the Schola Choir.
A native of Western Pennsylvania, Adam is married to Jennifer and father to Charles, 7, and Oliver, 5. He has also worked as a graphic designer since 2011 and church communicator since 2013. He lives with his family and their parrot, Sibyl, in the historic West End of Allentown, Pennsylvania, where he serves on the Board of Directors for the Allentown Preservation League and is a member of the Church of the Mediator and West Park Civic Association. Off the clock, he is a rabid reader, insuppressible writer, outspoken preservationist, amateur woodworker, implacable park stroller, tree gazer, and architecture gawker, passable home cook, and discursive conversationalist.
Trey Delaney, Senior Warden
Scott McGoldrick, Junior Warden
Stephen Evans, Finance
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