Clergy & Staff
Born and raised in Jacksonville, Curt loves fly fishing, climbing mountains, bike rides with his kids, bird watching with his wife, Michelle (also born and raised in Jacksonville), and telling people about the Friend of Sinners.
Curt attended St. Andrews Episcopal Day School, graduated from The Episcopal School in Jacksonville (Go Eagles!), and went on to Florida State (Go ‘Noles!). After college he led a university ministry in Timisoara, Romania, then returned to the States for seminary at Southeastern Theological in Wake Forest, NC. After seminary Curt and Michelle moved to Atlanta, where Curt was on-staff at a large regional church, ministering to teenagers and parents of teenagers. He then answered the call to plant a new church in the Vinings neighborhood of Atlanta, where he served as Rector for ten years.
Curt and Michelle have three children – Samuel 15, Virginia “Ginny” 10, and Margot 4, who were all born in Atlanta.
Music Director & Organist
Michael is a pianist, organist, conductor, and life-long church musician. He grew up in Southern California and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan (culture shock much?) before heading to North Park University in Chicago to complete a degree in piano performance. He went on to obtain the Master of Church Music degree in Organ Performance from Concordia University Chicago, and is currently pursuing a doctorate in worship studies at the Institute for Worship Studies in Jacksonville.
An active and sought-after musician of unique versatility, Michael’s musical endeavors have taken him across the United States and Europe. He has held positions with the renowned St. Charles Singers, the King’s Brass, and the Charleston Symphony Orchestra Gospel & Spiritual Ensembles, among others. He is a passionate advocate for music education, and has been influential in the founding of several parish-based community music schools. As a worship leader, he desires nothing more than to use God’s gift of music as a vehicle for the Word of God that brings people to saving faith in Jesus Christ, and to edify the church in their walk with Him.
In his spare time, Michael enjoys exploring various cultures, playing chamber music, studying theology, sailboating, drinking prosecco, and spending time with his family. He lives in St. Augustine with his wife Agnes, a violinist, and their four beautiful children: Lucien, Eloise, Adeline, and Nicholas.
Fr. Ken came to Trinity in July 2009. He is married to Elizabeth and they have a son Anthony who lives and works in Southeast Florida. Fr. Ken has a Masters of Sacred Theology from St. Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary in Boynton Beach, FL and a Masters of Divinity from The School of Theology at The University of the South in Sewanee, TN where he received The William Porcher DuBose Excellence in Preaching Award.
Prior to ordained ministry, Fr. Ken taught high school theology at his alma mater, Cardinal Newman in West Palm Beach where he also served as Department Chair. Prior to Trinity, he served three years as a Curate at St. Mary’s, Stuart and twelve years as Rector at St. Margaret’s, Hibernia.
Steve was born in Pennsylvania, moved to Ormond Beach at two, and attended Catholic School for twelve years, graduating from Father Lopez (Daytona Beach). He served in the Navy right out of high school. Upon discharge, he worked as a printer and motel desk clerk and traveled a circuitous route (four colleges/universities) to a Bachelor’s in Elementary Education. He is thankful to his wife Leila, who brought him into a relationship with Jesus through the Episcopal Church. For him, there is a powerful yet gentle invitation in this Church that comes straight from the heart of Jesus Christ.
Steve and Leila have two children and four grandchildren. They value the time they are able to visit with them; they love traveling with Maine being a place that speaks to their souls. Steve was ordained to the diaconate in April 2021.
Director of Youth and Children’s Ministries
Having joined Trinity in 1999, Jouana grew up in the church and by high school, she knew she wanted to be a Youth Minister. Since 2009, Jouana has been in this role and loves watching Trinity’s youth grow in the faith all while having fun! Jouana also enjoys spending time with her husband, Josh, daughter Evelyn, their two pups, and has a love for anything outdoors.
Susan came to Trinity as the Office Administrator in 2009. She holds a degree in Computer Science from Florida State College. Susan and her husband, Brian, love to spend time sailing and is a founding member of the St. Augustine Sailing Sisters, an organization that helps victims of domestic violence. Susan also has a daughter attending the University of South Florida.
Director of Finance
Director of Communications
Amanda, a member of Trinity for 10 years, is married and home schools her three children. She is fascinated by Science and loves to see God reveal Himself through the stories and studies of His Creation. She loves to travel and has traveled to over 40 states and 3 continents. Her goal is to visit all 50 states with her family.
A jack of all trades, Clay has done a bit of everything. Anything he hasn’t done, he is quick to pick up. His passion is making things sound good, especially music. Growing up in Orange Park, he was in Jazz Band in high school, and got a Bachelor’s degree from Full Sail in Orlando for Recording Arts. Equally at home in a recording studio, control room, or live setting, Clay has crawled, climbed, and squeezed into the tightest spaces all in the name of sound. In 2020, Clay was about to move to LA and then COVID hit, landing him in Saint Augustine. He was blessed to have met Dan Bagan, who introduced him to Trinity. The rest is history…
Tammy has been at the Trinity since 2004. Originally from North Carolina, Tammy moved to Florida 20 years ago. She and her husband will be celebrating 23 years of marriage and have two teenage children together. Tammy enjoys gardening, reading and spending time with their black lab named Bailey.