Clergy and Staff
Fr. Stephen Moore, Rector
Fr. Stephen came to Trinity in July, 2017. Ordained in the Anglican Diocese of Newcastle in New South Wales, Australia, Fr. Stephen trained at Saint John’s Anglican Seminary after gaining earlier degrees from the University of New South Wales, where he majored in English literature. He is licensed as a chaplain to the Australian Defense Force.
Fr. Stephen was co-founder and assistant rector of the Newcastle chapter of the Australian province of the Society of Catholic Priests, is a professed tertiary of the Third Order of Saint Francis, initiated in 2005 the Australian Bonhoeffer Conference Series, and co-founded the Australian Journal of Bonhoeffer Studies in 2013.
Fr. Stephen also serves at St. Mark’s, Philadelphia, as priest-associate in charge of its Neighbor Care pastoral program.
Stephen Bradley, Cantor
Trinity's cantor is Stephen Bradley, who trained as a music education teacher at Columbia University, specializing in instrumental and vocal music. He also studied music performance at State University of New York. He has professional experience with the Philadelphia Symphonic Choir and Vox Ama Deus Ensemble. Recent signing appointments prior to coming to Trinity include staff leader, section leader and cantor at Old St. Joseph's Church, Philadelphia; choral scholar at the Episcopal Cathedral in Philadelphia; and choir singer and section leader at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Wilkes Barre, PA. Stephen has sung in New York Episcopal churches and Jamaica Presbyterian Church, Jamaica, NY.
Tom Natalini, Parish Communications Administrator
Tom came to Trinity in August, 2019. He is a graduate of Susquehanna University where he majored in both Political Science and Religious Studies and minored in Economics. He has attended both Union Theological Seminary and United Lutheran Seminary toward completing a Master of Divinity degree.
Currently, Tom serves at two churches in New Jersey as a vicar (seminarian intern). He is on the ordination track for Word & Sacrament ministry in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.