greg 072116 Rev. Greg Davis

Ordained in 1993, Greg’s first pastoral charge was in his home province of Newfoundland-Labrador.  In 1994 he moved to Prince Edward Island where he has served three pastoral charges:  St. Andrew’s, Spring Park, and Trinity-Clifton. Greg is a graduate of University of Prince Edward Island, Atlantic School of Theology and the University of New Brunswick.  He has ministered in a number of different ways over the years.  This has included regular pastoral charge ministry, ministry focusing on Christian Development & Community Building, hospital Chaplaincy, and Military Chaplaincy. He also is a certified Psychotherapist.  Greg celebrates life with his wife, two children, and two English Pointers!

gcdavis@eastlink.ca

Rev. Catherine Crooks

Rev. Catherine Crooks has recently joined us here at Trinity. Please check back for updates.

ellenlockedoiron Ellen Locke Doiron – Office Administrator

Ellen Locke Doiron has been attending Trinity since 2001 and became a member of the church in 2006. To Ellen, Trinity is more than a church, it is a community, and it is a family. Ellen was born and raised in O’Leary, PE and received her secondary education in Toronto. She graduated with a diploma in Business Operations in 1991. Ellen was a stay-at-home mom from 2001 – 2009 when she came to work at Trinity for “3 weeks to 3 months” and has never left. Although her job title is Office Administrator, some days it could include pastoral care, accounting technican, kitchen help, advocate, ticket sales, etc. She was raised to believe and tries to live by cooperative principles and values. She is the past vice-president of Metro Credit Union and retired after serving 15 years on the Board of Directors. Ellen is currently the chair of the CUDIC- PEI board of directors and is a member of the Equity in Governance Board .She shops at Co-ops, banks at Credit Unions, and will enlist the services of a Co-op Funeral Home when the time comes.

Ellen lives in Springvale with her husband Randy and three sons, Luke, Charley and Colin. The family can often be seen at hockey rinks, and other sports fields and centres.

trinityunited@eastlink.ca

DonFraser_promophoto Donald Fraser – Organist and Choir Director

Donald Fraser studied at Mount Allison University with Dr. Willis Noble and received the M.Mus. degree in organ performance and literature from the University of Toronto where he studied with Douglas Bodle.  He has performed recitals in Toronto and the Maritimes, and is a past winner of the CFMT Young Artist of the Year competition.  In 1991 he was appointed Director of Music at The Confederation Centre of the Arts where he conducts the Confederation Singers and the Confederation Centre Youth Chorus in a  series of concerts for the Island audience.   He began playing at Trinity United in 1979 as summer relief organist and in 1992 became organist and choir director.   Don also has had a 30 year career as a music director at the Charlottetown Festival and conducted tours of Anne Green Gables in Canada, the USA, and Japan.   Also a freelance orchestrator, his orchestrations have been featured in concerts with Tommy Makem, Evans and Doherty, Vishten, Bette MacDonald, Matt Mays, and the Barra MacNeils with Symphony Nova Scotia and the Winnipeg Symphony.

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Lorraine Worth – Custodian

Lorraine has been working at Trinity United Church since 1978. Born in Edmonton, Alberta, she came to PEI in 1971, fell in love with the island and stayed ever since. She lives with her husband Bill. She has three children and three grandchildren. Her hobbies are reading, putting puzzles together, gardening and watching movies (usually action or family movies).

Charles Baglole – Custodian

Charles was hatched in 1947 and lived on the island all his life. He went to O’Leary High, met his wife Mary in the same Grade 9 class. They got married in 1967. They have 2 kids, a boy and a girl, 2 grand daughters, and 4 great grandchildren; 3 boys, 1 girl. His hobbies include watching hockey, watching tv and keeping busy. Charles used to play hockey until a car accident happened in 1964 that left him with a back injury.