Our Vestry

What is a vestry?

A vestry is a group of elected lay members called to assist the parish priest and to serve the common good of the congregation. The complete description of vestry duties and responsibilities may be found in Holy Trinity's bylaws

Vestry Members

Todd Granger | btoddgranger@gmail.com

Todd, his wife Jill, and their three daughters have been praying for a faithful Anglican church in the area since they moved into the county from Carrboro in 1997, and they rejoiced when they learned that All Saints Durham-Chapel Hill was planting a new mission that became Church of the Holy Trinity. Todd is a physician in private practice in Chapel Hill, but will begin an extended sabbatical later this spring to work on a Master's degree in theological studies. He grew up in a small town in central Louisiana where he frequently tramped through the woods, collecting biological specimens with his cousin, spent undergraduate years in New Orleans (Tulane), and medical school years in St Louis (Washington University). He grew up and came to faith in his hometown Baptist church, migrated to the Presbyterians for a while, and was drawn into Anglicanism about twenty-five years ago. He has a near life-long love of history, theology, liturgy, and music.


Mitzi Grey | mgrey@greyandco.com

Mitzi grew up in Greensboro, NC and moved to Fearrington Village with her husband, John, in early 2011. They found Holy Trinity from a newspaper notice and were warmly welcomed into the worship family in February 2011. Mitzi is a member of the prayer ministry team at Holy Trinity and the special events committee. 

Mitzi is an RN and has a master’s degree in adult education. After being a critical care nurse for years, she started her healthcare consulting and education firm, Grey and Company, Inc. in 1993. She travels extensively and loves the flexibility of setting her own schedule. John and Mitzi are parents to Lynne, Erin, and Megan who are all three married to wonderful men and grandchildren are on the way. Mitzi enjoys planning and decorating for special events along with boating on Jordan Lake.  

Mia Munn | munnmia@gmail.com

Mia Munn and her husband Dan have lived in the triangle since 1984. Mia and Dan have three grown sons and are anxious to welcome their first grandson in March 2014. After growing up in the Episcopal Church, Mia’s first Sunday at Holy Trinity felt like coming home. For work, Mia is a data analyst currently on a contract at Cisco. For fun, she walks, reads education policy and mysteries, and attends school board meetings. Mia is also a long-time Cub Scout leader and trainer.

Nick Robinson | robinson@bradshawrobinson.com

Nick will tell you that Holy Trinity is the church of which he has long dreamed. Nick and his wife Nancy have raised their four sons in Chapel Hill and have grown to love the area. He has a law firm in Pittsboro where he has practiced for 18 years. He has undergraduate and law degrees from UNC-Chapel Hill. Raised Catholic in a military family, Nick was born in Spain. As a child he lived in various places, including Japan and El Salvador. His family retired in North Carolina when he was 10 years old. Nick loves to run. He has some strong opinions about certain cookies.

Kelly Butler | kelly@2sparrows.org

David Hyman |  david@holytrinitych.org

David's Bio

 

Former Vestry Members

Owen Moss | mossowen@gmail.com

Owen and his wife Donna moved in 1989 from the Pacific Northwest state of Washington to the Atlantic coast state of North Carolina. We have three grandchildren (one in Seattle with our son and his wife and two in the Triangle with our daughter and her husband). For Owen, liturgical worship is fairly new. Although Owen received Jesus Christ as his Lord and risen Savior in October of 1970, it was only in September of 2009, after Owen retired from a career in science (aerosol physics and inhalation toxicology research), that God led Owen and Donna to a biblically faithful Anglican fellowship, All Saints Church in Durham. We felt like we had finally come home. Within two months we joined a small group fellowship in Pittsboro. From this small group was planted The Church of the Holy Trinity. Donna and I are very thankful to be allowed to be part of Holy Trinity.