Marcus and Sarah and their five children moved to Covington in October 2019. Marcus grew up on a farm in Kansas (the promised land), and met Sarah in Chicago where they both attended Moody Bible Institute. They married in December of 2003, and graduated from MBI in May of 2004. Marcus graduated from Beeson Divinity School in 2009, and then served in multiple pastoral roles at Mountain Brook Community Church in Birmingham, AL for the next nine years. Marcus is “a farmer who also happens to be a pastor.” He loves to see things grow, especially people as they walk with Christ…
Pastor of Student & Worship Ministries
Miguel and Connie are lifelong natives of the New Orleans area. Miguel graduated from LSU in ’82, met Connie at a Bible study in the Spring of ’86 and married her in March of ’88. In 1991, they moved to St. Tammany with one daughter. Before long, their family grew from three members to seven. Miguel has spent most of his career pointing teenagers towards a relationship with Christ. He was on staff with Campus Life (originally in Metairie and later on the north shore). He was also the Student Ministries Pastor at Trinity for a six year window and a hospice chaplain as time allowed. In 2011, Miguel & Connie planted Grace Chapel which met at the YMCA until July of 2018.
Director of Children’s Ministries
Amy grew up in Southeast Louisiana. She and her husband, Anthony, met in high school and have been married for 31 years. They have 2 daughters, Chelsea and Ella.
Amy has a Bachelor’s Degree from University of New Orleans. She has experience in Office Administration, Finance and Education.
In 2007, they moved to Northwest Arkansas and then to Southern Indiana. After 9 years, they returned home to Madisonville, Louisiana.
In the summer of 2016, Anthony and Amy became members of Trinity church. She has served on the worship team, taught Vacation Bible school and has been involved in ladies ministry. She began serving as Church Administrator in the Fall of 2019 and moved into the role as the Director of Children’s Ministry in January of 2021.
Angelle grew up in Mandeville, Louisiana and after moving around a bit, found her way back to the Northshore in November of 2020. She and her husband have 3 dogs – Sophie, Joey and Miles. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and has experience working in politics, and in the University system in administrative support roles. Angelle began the role of Office Administrator in March of 2021.