The Rev. Matt Burnett
Most importantly I am married to Lauren, (since 1983) and am father to 3 sons: Chris (born 1991), Jeremy (born 1993), and Alex (born 1998). I am originally from Dallas, Texas and attended Texas A&M University where I played soccer and received undergraduate and graduate degrees (whoop!) in Health Education focused on International Health and then Urban and Regional Planning specializing in Health and Health Care Systems in Developing Countries. After graduate school I went to work for Compassion International. Lauren and I lived in the Dominican Republic; then we and 2 of the boys lived in Australia. I am deeply grateful and humbled to have also worked with amazing colleagues in another 16 countries. Continuing the trend, Lauren currently works at Compassion. She also raised 3 boys and remodeled a 100+ year-old Victorian in Pittsburgh, amongst other things. Just sayin’.
After sneaking 95% of a M.Ed., I later founded and was Owner/President of Knowledge Builders Inc., a small training and consulting company that designed or developed or implemented technical documentation and training, including stand-up instruction, web- and DVD-based instruction, and live simulation instruction amongst other types for companies such as IBM and The National Forest Service, US West Communications, MCI and British Telecom, Oracle, The South American Missionary Society, and Trinity School for Ministry.
I am doing doctoral work on how imagination can reinvigorate theology and renew Faith. I am honored to support the Diocese of the Rocky Mountains as the Canon to the Ordinary, and my dream job is my current one - Senior Pastor of Holy Trinity Anglican Church.
The Rev. George Blake
Fr. Blake has had a long career in missions with service in Austria and the Republic of the Philippines. He is currently Holy Trinity’s Pastor to Missionaries and works full-time with Mission Training International located in Palmer Lake.
The Rev. Deb Tenney
Deb is a native of Pennsylvania and now calls Colorado home. She has a BA in English from Juniata College, a MA in Management from Central Michigan University, and a MA in Christian Studies from Denver Seminary. Deb came to HTAC from the Episcopal Church in 2007 and was ordained deacon in 2009. She retired from the Army Reserve Medical Service Corps in 2006 after 31 years of service, and in 2011 from the Air Force Civil Service where she served for the past five years as Chaplain Planner and Faith Based Interagency Coordinator for NORAD/US Northern Command. She is now an independent consultant. Deb is the mother of two children; Lynn, an Air Force first lieutenant and Alex, a student at UCCS.
The Rev. Jim Dorman
Jim grew up in the coastal areas of the Gulf of Mexico in southern Alabama and Louisiana. He is a 1977 graduate of the “Olde War Skule” at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, after which he spent over 26 years on active duty as a commissioned officer in the US Air Force. Jim came to faith in Christ in his late teens in the early 1970s. He and Susanne (a fourth generation Californian from Sacramento) have been married over 37 years and are the parents of three children and the proud grandparents of four eminently bright, talented and good looking grandchildren. Jim and Susanne spent most of their adult / child rearing years as charismatic – pentecostal – evangelical Christians. Since 2009 they have responded to the Lord’s call to become Anglican Christians, living out the Christian life on the Canterbury Trail. Jim holds graduate degrees in both Physics (University of California – Davis) and Theology (Oxford University), and has a keen interest in the intersection of science, theology and philosophy. Ordained to the Diaconate in October 2015, he currently leads a small group for men on Friday mornings and serves at liturgical services as often as possible.
The Rev. Ed Luminati
Minister of Music and Church Programs
Dick Battersby, Facilities Team Leader
Born in Southern California. BS degree in Accounting from Cal Poly University and a MS degree in Financial Management from the Naval Postgraduate School. Retired as a Navy Captain after 26 years of service. Worked as Business Manager for Immanuel Christian School in Northern Virginia for an additional 14 years, before moving to Colorado in 2006. At Holy Trinity, led the property search team and served on the negotiating team for our facility in Gleneagle. Email Dick ›
Ross Eastman, Lead Treasurer
I was born in Salem, MA and raised in Alexandria, VA. I served for 20 years in the U.S. Air Force in Information Technology and Space Operations. After retiring, I joined Lockheed Martin serving as a Program Manager on numerous space and information technology programs. We’ve lived in Colorado Springs for 21 years. I came to Holy Trinity Anglican Church last year, and recently became the treasurer. I’ve been married to Debbie Eastman for 34 years, and have two grown children (Chris and Robin), and four grandchildren. I hold a B.S. in Business Administration from Virginia Tech, and an MBA from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Email Ross ›
MARK SUMMERS, Executive Assistant
Mark and his wife, Christy, moved to Colorado Springs in 2015 to be closer to family and to launch their care ministry, Redeemed Seasons Ministries. Prior to coming to Colorado Springs, Mark worked for 25 years in the technology field in the Seattle area and was deeply involved with his church in Bremerton, Washington. Mark brings a broad skillset in business and administrative functions to his support role in the office at Holy Trinity. Email Mark ›
The Rev. Matt Burnett, Senior Pastor/Rector and LT member
Gerrie Harper, LT Member
Bill Wilcox, LT Member
Tedi Lojewski, LT Member
Tom Zepf, LT Member
Caroline Hedges, LT Member