Clergy and Staff

Fr. Stephen Moore, Rector

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Fr. Stephen came to Trinity in July, 2017.  Ordained in the Anglican Diocese of Newcastle in New South Wales, Australia, Fr. Moore 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, 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.

 

Jay Chadwick, Director of Music

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Jay Chadwick comes to Trinity with a wide experience in liturgical, jazz, gospel, classical, choral and contemporary music.   He has played at several churches for more than 32 years, including periods when he accompanied choirs and worship teams.  Prior to joining Trinity Jay was a supply organist at the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Episcopal Church in Philadelphia and a pianist and flautist at the Church of the Savior, Wayne, where he performed both as a soloist and accompanist and also as part of the church’s chamber orchestra.  He teaches piano full-time at Saint Aloysius Academy, Bryn Mawr, as well as privately.  Jay also has a background in teaching music to pre-school children.  

Tom Natalini, Parish Administrator

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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.

 

His academic interests include the history of ideas, and particularly Christian intellectual history, as well as mystical traditions and practices of self-cultivation/transformation both from within the Christian tradition, and without.

 

Before arriving, Tom served in church administration at Unity Lutheran Church in Milwaukee, WI. At Trinity, he predominantly works on matters of communication as well as administration. 

Bryan Umberto Hoyos, Cantor

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Bryan is a Singer, Teacher, Voice Over Artist, and Actor. He joined the team at Trinity as Cantor in July of 2020. An alumnus of Westminster Choir College, Bryan has over 15 years of sacred and secular performance experience - singing as a soloist and chorister in some of the most notable churches and concert halls in the US and around the world. During his time living in the Philadelphia area, he has been a staff singer in churches including Arch Street Presbyterian, Trinity Rittenhouse, and most recently St Clement’s Episcopal under the direction of Peter Conte - principal organist for the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Wanamaker Society. In the secular world Bryan is a core singer for ensembles including the Philadelphia Symphonic Choir and the National Chorale (NYC); has toured in England, Western Europe and China; and has been a soloist in venues including Carnegie Hall, David Geffen Hall (Lincoln Center), The Apollo Theater, and Verizon Hall.

 

Bryan is thrilled to be making music and sharing in fellowship with the community at Trinity.

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Gulph Mills

610-828-1500

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King of Prussia, PA 19406

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