The Vestry of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

The Vestry is responsible for the business affairs of the parish and represents the congregation in every area of decision-making. Vestry members are elected at the annual parish meeting held in January and serve staggered three-year terms. Also serving on the Vestry are the immediate past Senior Warden, the president of the Daughters of the Holy Cross and the president of the Trinity Foundation. The Vestry meets on the fourth Thursday of each month.

Vestry Links

Minutes & Financials

Parish Documents

2020 Vestry Officers

  • Wade Stinnette: Senior Warden
  • Llewellyn Shealy: Junior Warden
  • Liz Summers: Treasurer
  • Dan Fritze: Chancellor

Serving through January 2021

  • Clark Lee
  • Rusty Miller
  • Ed Tilden
  • Ian Weschler
  • Susan White
  • Beth Yon

Serving through January 2022

  • Michael Beal
  • Gus Chapman
  • Marian Hornsby
  • Jonathan Milling
  • Tim Owens
  • Stephen West

Serving through January 2023

  • Maryanne Belser
  • Ward Briggs
  • Scotty Frantz
  • Ann Gluse
  • Kenzie Newton
  • Jessica Shand

Other Organizations & Committees

  • Susie VanHuss: Trinity Foundation, President
  • Mary Weston: Daughters of the Holy Cross, President
  • David Wolff: Immediate Past Sr. Warden
  • Eleanor Whitehead: SC Episcopal Home at Still Hopes

Vestry Liaisons

  • Children's Ministries: Clark Lee
  • Communications: Maryann Belser
  • Education and Christian Formation: Gus Chapman
  • Finance: Walter Chastain, Mary McKissock, Susan White, Michael Beal, Stephen West
  • Music Advisory Committee: Susan White
  • Membership, Visitors and Newcomers: TBA
  • Men of Trinity: Ian Weschler 
  • Mission and Outreach: Rusty Miller
  • Nominations: Phil Johnston 
  • Parish Life and Fellowship: Beth Yon
  • Pastoral Care: Marian Hornsby
  • Properties: Ed Tilden, Ray Weston, Tim Owens
  • Stewardship: Ben Grimsley, Wade Stinnette 
  • Strategic Plan: Canon Andrew Grosso
  • Trinity Learning Center: Mary McKissock
  • Youth Ministries: Jonathan Milling