Our Clergy & Staff
The Reverend Joe Zollickoffer, Rector
Holy Trinity was blessed when Fr. Joe+ began his ministry with us in July of 2019. A graduate of Virginia Theological Seminary with a Master in Divinity, he also holds a M.S. in management from The University of Maryland University College and a B.A. in history from the University of Baltimore. Fr. Joe’s ministry is focused on small-church ministry, outreach, and pastoral care. He has been a hospital chaplain at Johns Hopkins, Bayview, and chaplain at the Baltimore International Seafarers’ Center where he remains involved in this very special mission.
The Reverend Gail Landers, Deacon
Appointed by Bishop Sutton to serve as Deacon at Holy Trinity in September of 2020. Deacon Gail+ was ordained a permanent/vocational deacon in 2009 and has served three parishes. Her areas of ministry include working with the homeless, victims of domestic violence, and inmates at the Harford County Detention Center. At Holy Trinity, Deacon Gail+ works closely with our outreach committee, assists Fr. Joe+ with pastoral care, promotes the ministry of laity, and serves in the liturgical roles of a deacon during our Sunday worship.
Jennifer Contino, Parish Administrator
Jennifer joined Holy Trinity in December of 2019. She has a background in special events, development, marketing, operations and office management for non-profit organizations. Jennifer provides administrative support to the parish staff, congregation and committees that includes communications and programming in order to support the ministries of Holy Trinity.
Jean Tress, Organist & Choir Director
Jean has over thirty years’ experience working as a church musician and joined Holy Trinity in July of 2020. Jean has also worked as a vocal music teacher for Harford County Public Schools and the Archdiocese of Baltimore, piano teacher at Harford Community College and currently teaches in her home studio. Jean has served as the past President of the Baltimore Music Teachers Association and is a member of the American Guild of Organists, among many other professional organizations.
Shirl Kelly, Sexton
Shirl is our part-time sexton, helping us to keep our Church and Parish House beautiful for all who visits and worship with us.
The vestry is the governing board of church members who are canonically responsible for managing the church’s resources and finances. Vestry members are also seen working alongside the rector and staff to help shape and support Holy Trinity’s mission. The Vestry meets monthly to review the financial health of the parish, to discuss improvements, and to prayerfully consider the needs, and goals for the parish and community.
- Penny Schmidt, Warden
- Gerald Wolff, Junior Warden
- Property Warden, Ross Hill
- Registrar, Elizabeth Pratt
- Treasurer, William de Rosset
- Assistant Treasurer, Walt Rowe
- Gyleen Fitzgerald
- Susan Hopkins
- Kerry Kittle
- Carl Owens
- Nancy Ann Sayre
- Jean Wilson