Neil Lebhar | Bishop in Residence
Bio coming soon!
Justin Hogg | Priest for Family Discipleship
Rev. Justin Hogg moved to Thomasville from Nashville, TN. Justin became a Christian when he was 19 years old. Eventually, he became a youth leader in a non-denominational church. During college, he became enamored with church history, especially the early church and later the Anglican tradition. He also became enamored with his wife, Sarah, and after their marriage, they became Anglicans. Later, Father Justin was ordained to the priesthood.
For the last 12 years, Fr. Justin has worked as a bi-vocational church planter. He has worked a number of jobs to support his vocation, most recently as a hospice chaplain and a data analyst. Family and relationships are very important to Justin, and that is good because he is charge of family and youth ministry at Trinity, along with other pastoral duties.
Justin graduated from Trinity School for Ministry in 2010 and completed an 18-month Clinical Pastoral Education residency at Baptist Hospital in San Antonio, TX, in 2014.
Justin's hobbies include reading, fishing, cooking, watching basketball, and learning to do new things.
Peggy Corbitt | Director of Outreach & Mission
Peggy has been an Anglican since childhood. She moved to Thomasville in 1982, shortly after her wedding to husband Mac. They have two grown daughters, one of whom lives with her own family here in Thomasville and they are also Trinity members. Peggy is also grandmother to six wonderful children. She really loves spending time with her family, friends, and with her grandkids—at church, at home, in the woods, at the barn, on the beach—living life to the fullest.
Even as a child, Peggy has been engaged in ministry in her community. Since the early 1990s, she has been deeply involved in global missions, leading multiple short-term trips to Peru, Belize, Uganda, and Rwanda. She is also Trinity's coordinator for local missions to Rose City Estates and Goalline Ministries at Thomas University.
In addition to serving on staff at Trinity, Peggy is a licensed real estate sales agent and operates three local Air BnB cottages.
If you are wanting to connect with either a local or global ministry, talk to Peggy. She can point you in the right direction for serving!
Sally Hernandez | Director of Classical Music
A native of Oklahoma City, Sally Hernandez began playing viola at the age of 9 and has been teaching strings since she was sixteen years old. She is currently in her thirteenth year teaching strings in Thomasville, Georgia. She performs actively as an orchestral musician, joining the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra for their regular season. Dr. Hernandez received her Bachelors in Viola Performance from Oklahoma City University, Masters in Music from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, and completed her Doctorate in Viola Performance at Florida State University.
While at Trinity she has served on the Missions team—traveling twice to Bumbogo in Rwanda—and music teams, playing viola and singing in the choir. In her role as Director of Classical Music at Trinity, Sally hopes to develop the musical gifts within the church community and facilitate beautiful corporate worship.
Chris Hall | Co-Director of Contemporary Music
Bio coming soon!
Megan Young | Co-Director of Contemporary Music
Megan grew up in Thomasville and is a founding member of Trinity. She and her husband moved back to Thomasville in 2009 and have two children, Ford and Mabry. Megan has been involved with music in the church since she was young and before coming on staff at Trinity was a regular member of the worship band.
Always an active member of Trinity, Megan has served on Vestry and traveled with the mission team to their sister parish in Rwanda in 2019.
With a Bachelor's Degree in Public Relations from Georgia College & State University, Megan also works as a Freelance Copywriter and has taught group fitness since 2009.
Angela Jones | Director of Children's Ministry
Angela grew up in the Episcopal church as a “double priest kid” (both of her parents are priests). She was confirmed into the Anglican church in high school and has been involved in ministry ever since.
Over the years she has been involved in music ministry, youth ministry, children’s ministry, and prayer ministry. Angela loves coffee and people! She graduated from Florida State University with a degree in International Affairs and is now pursuing a Master’s degree in Christian Counseling.
Angela and her husband Josh are parents to three sweet, funny, and adventurous little girls who keep them on their toes. In her free time you can find Angela trying out new recipes, reading novels, playing board games, or spending time with friends.
Melanie Johnson | Parish Administrator
Melanie has worked professionally as an event planner, barista, bookseller, writer, and editor, landing at Microsoft after writing the first Frommer’s Guide to Montana and Wyoming. She became an Anglican when she married her husband Loys and shortly afterwards quit her job to eventually become a stay-at-home mom and homeschooler of their three boys.
In the early days of the Anglican Mission, she launched a freelance web/graphic design business from home to help church plants establish an online presence. In her current position at Trinity, she enjoys managing a wide variety of administrative and technical tasks—the more creative, the better. As a member of the congregation, she has served as a lector, coffee host, mission committee member, and mission team member to Rwanda in 2019.
Melanie has called 6 different states home and is always up for a spur-of-the-moment road trip!
Carol Kelso | Connections Coordinator
Carol has served in various staff positions since Trinity’s inception. Presently she serves as the Connections Coordinator.
Carol has a fervor for life and shares her love for the Lord as she greets newcomers and shares with them various ways to be a part of Trinity, loving and serving each other and our local community.
She has participated in mission trips for the last 30 plus years from Central America to Cypress and Germany.
She leads a Community Group for women and enjoys building relationships and sharing life together.
When Carol is home, she enjoys creating in the kitchen and being with friends and the families of her 3 children with nine grands.
Mark Troyer | Steward
Bio coming soon!