For just as each of us has one body with many members, and these members do not all have the same function, so in Christ we, though many, form one body, and each member belongs to all the others.
David and his wife Heidi and daughter Skylar have been a part of Saint Trinity since November 2013. His greatest joys are seeking God at work in the lives of people, his amazing wife Heidi and creative and energetic daughter Skylar. He enjoys a drive through the country, camping and taking photographs.
Donny has been a part of Saint Trinity since August of 2022 serving as a student intern and pastoral assistant. A student at Concordia Seminary, Donny is blessed and encouraged by his lovely wife Alexis and two energetic and happy children, Ilijah, Alana. Donny likes listening to live music, trying new foods, spending time with his family and studying theology. He gets great joy in serving others. He will continue serving at Saint Trinity as he finishes up his schooling to become a pastor this year.
Heidi has been a part of Saint Trinity since 2013 when she and her husband Dave took the call to rebirth this historic church. Heidi says, "It brings me joy to be with people and to love, teach and point them to Jesus. I am filled with awe when I see that the Grace of God does in our lives. Road tripping, camping, playing games and laughing with my family is my second greatest delight, Jesus being my first."
Jeanette has been a part of Saint Trinity for the three years now. She and her husband David (a pastor at Concordia, Kirkwood) have lived in St. Louis for ten years but still she loves her snow! My passions: to teach and help people - mainly in using phones and computers and HUMOR and then to use the tech to communicate with others and use it to learn about and share Jesus. Other interests that keep Jeanette busy are reading, singing, cooking, baking and sewing.
Alan has been a critical part of Saint Trinity for more than a decade. He oversees almost all of the operations at Saint Trinity and handles many of the physical repairs. Seeing revitalization of Saint Trinity impacting kids makes him happy. Alan likes to listen to music, work on his classic Camaro as well as take of yard and house work at home. His great joys are time spent with his wife Diana and his granddaughter.
Terri and her husband Alan have been a faithful and regular part of Saint Trinity for the last eight years or so. They started by serving in the Food Pantry and now are involved in every aspect of ministry. A retired teacher, Terri oversees many of our kid's programs with a special heart for Homework Help club. She enjoys cooking, reading, swimming, the Exermoves class but her greatest joys come from seeing children and teens grow in their faith. And of course hanging out with her Saint Trinity family in Bible discussion group and after Sunday worhsip.
Debbie has been a life-long member of Saint Trinity. She leads a group of dedicated volunteers to help meet the food needs of hundreds of families each month. When she's not finding food for neighbors she's probably cooking for her family, husband Don and two powerhouse boys keep her moving. Helping people, working in her garden and cooking up large quantities of food give her joy.
John has been a part of Saint Trinity for three years. He loves working and doing life at Saint Trinity. Watching the Holy Spirt call unlikely people into grace is a miracle and it happens all the time at Saint Trinity. John loves cooking especially for mission teams and events.
John gets great joy "seeing church happen" in the sanctuary, in the school, in the alley, in the streets and on the parking lot. Wherever Saint Trinity people are gathered and serving.