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KC Crawley

Children's Minister

E-Mail: kccrawley@holytrinitymelbourne.org

KC has been striving to “Know Christ and make Him Known,” since early childhood. As a mother of four children, two preschoolers and two elementary students, she can identify with all of the joys and challenges of raising kids. KC takes great joy in helping children, and their parents, to learn about Christ and nurture their faith. 

KC has previously served Presbyterian and Episcopal churches in North and South Carolina as a Youth Minister and as Director of Christian Education. She and her husband Frank became members of Holy Trinity when they moved to Melbourne in 2004. KC became Holy Trinity’s Children’s Minister in the summer of 2007. It is her great passion to help your family become a part of the Holy Trinity family!

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Megan Paauwe

Children's Ministry Assistant

E-Mail: mpaauwe@holytrinitymelbourne.org

Megan began working as the Children's Ministry Assistant in 2017, and her primary responsibilities are tied to Whole Family Church Night and Sunday morning Children's Chapel and Sunday School. She is married to Dave Pauuwe and they have two children, Jack and Amy. Megan has worked for several years as a Medical Staff Services Manager and Credentialing Coordinator, and brings great gifts for administration and hospitality to this Ministry.

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Phil Nunez

Youth Minister

E-Mail: ptnunez@holytrinitymelbourne.org

Phil Nunez began working as Youth Minister in January 2015. He is a graduate of the University of Central Florida with a degree in history. He has worked as a counselor at Camp Wingmann for several years, and in the summer of 2014 he served as Assistant Director at Camp Wingmann. He has also worked as Youth Minister at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Belleview, Florida.

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Carolyn Wilt RN

Faith Community Nurse

E-Mail: carolynw@holytrinitymelbourne.org

Carolyn has been a member of Holy Trinity Church since 1984. During those years her focus has been in the pastoral care areas. At present she is a team member of LEV and Hospital Visitation, Send me Lord, St. Catherine’s Guild, Daughters of the King and she also attends Bible Study. Nursing has been her career for 40 plus years. The environment and positions have changed over the years: hospital, long term care, Home Health, assisted living, staff nurse, unit manager and administration. Her passion has always been to comfort, teach, listen, support and encourage others to live life to their greatest potential. 

As the Holy Trinity Faith Community Nurse, Carolyn visits, listens and supports parishioners; educates the congregation on health issues; raises awareness of health risks; prays for healing; connects people to community resources; and works with Holy Trinity’s Health Ministry Team to develop programs.

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Justin Clermont

Accidental Grace & TKC Director

E-Mail: jlclermont87@icloud.com

A gifted multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and vocalist, Justin has been playing on worship teams for over 15 years. He is always excited to lead people into the atmosphere of adoration and worship; where they can experience God’s love and mercy.

Justin is a Melbourne native and graduated from Eau Gallie High School where he is still involved in the band program, along with many other band programs throughout Brevard county. He received his Bachelor's degree in Music Education from the University of South Florida. After graduating USF, Justin spent one year in the masters program at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. In 2013, Justin received his Master of Arts in Ministerial Leadership from Southeastern University. He has 2 children, 5 year old Skyler and 3 year old Aria. Justin enjoys following collegiate and professional sports when he’s not performing or teaching.

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Barbara Bayley

Organist, 7:30am Service

E-Mail: b12bayley@cfl.rr.com

Barbara began her musical work with Holy Trinity as organist for St. Sebastian's when it was a mission in the 1960s. She then served for many years as choir director and organist at St. John's in Eau Gallie, and was also their first vestrywoman. She was one of the people involved in moving and installing the Austin pipe organ at that church, after she and her family placed an Austin pipe organ in their Indialantic home. She was most recently organist and choir director at Palm Bay Methodist Church. At the Holy Trinity auction she purchased the "pianette" for the clubhouse at Pine Creek, the 55+ community where she lives with her cat, who hides under the bed every time Barb plays her piano.

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Eloise Evans

Family Choir & Trinity Ringers Director

E-Mail: eloise@cfl.rr.com

Eloise Evans, the Family Choir and Trinity Ringers Director, is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma where she studied music, theatre and psychology. A member of Indialantic Chamber Singers, Eloise is Director of Theatre Arts at Viera High School where she was a part of the original team that opened the school in 2006. 

She previously served at Holy Trinity as Youth Leader, Christian Education Coordinator, Children's Choir Director, Dance Choir Director and Family and Chancel Choir member and substitute director. She also taught music, chorus and theatre at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy, and served as church musician at Hope, Church of Our Savior and St. John's Episcopal Churches.

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David Vogeding

Organist, 9:00 & 11:15am Service

David obtained organ performance degrees from West Virginia University and the University of Oklahoma. He recently retired as the Director of Music at Eastminster Presbyterian Church in Indialantic, and he served as Organist/Choirmaster for 20 years at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Missouri. He is Director Emeritus of the Indialantic Chamber Singers, a vocal chamber ensemble which he founded in 1999.

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CW Sorrows

Worship Leader, 11:15am Service

E-Mail: unomaestro1@yahoo.com

CW Sorrows is the Music Worship Leader for the 11:15am service. He is well equipped to lead this new music initiative. He is a solid Christian with a great voice, outgoing personality, and excellent guitar skills. His church experience ranges from Old-Time-Gospel singing churches in Eastern Kentucky where he grew up, to the abernacle in Eau Gallie to multiple Lutheran churches. CW has served as a music minister in a Lutheran church, as a lay minister on board ships that did not have a chaplain, and also as a soloist, choir member and cantor in many churches. He has served 38 years in government service as an electrician specializing in telephone technology, and his present “day job” is at Patrick Air Force Base. CW is married to Debbie.