Office: 317-926-1346 x402
Monica supports the work of the clergy, staff and various parish leaders; overseeing the scheduling of events of our shared campus/facilities (Trinity shares campus space with St. Richard’s Episcopal School); coordinating and scheduling security officers; training and supervising office volunteers; and overseeing parish membership database. Originally from Mexico, Monica and her family moved from Palm Beach County, Florida, last September when her husband, Jean was called to become the Canon for the Latino Ministry at Christ Church Cathedral. They have two daughters, Annelise and Solange, and three dogs, Sasha, Max, and Emma..
Director of Facilities
Office: 317-926-1346 x111
dedwards (at) trinitychurchindy.org
Dirk oversees all operations and finances for the buildings and grounds for Trinity Church, St. Richards School, Trinity Outreach Center and Project Home Indy. He has been with Trinity since 1988 and has helped plan and manage eight additions and renovation projects here on campus. Before Trinity, Dirk served as facilities director for American Camping Association in Bradford Woods for five years and Sycamore Group for three years. Dirk and Wendi are in their 33rd year of marriage with nine children, and two grandchildren.
Office: 317-926-1346 x410
A native of Alton, Illinois, Lucas Fletcher is a first-year doctoral organ student at Indiana University, where he studies with Dr. Christopher Young. Lucas began piano studies at the age of eight, before taking up both the cello and trumpet. His interest in the pipe organ developed during high school, leading to a performance of Francis Poulenc’s Concerto for Organ, Timpani, and Strings with his high school orchestra. Subsequently, Lucas has become the fourth generation of organists in his family. As an undergraduate student, Lucas studied organ with Dr. Susan Klotzbach at Illinois Wesleyan University. He also completed his master’s degree in organ at Indiana University.
Office: 317-926-1346 x450
Faith has primary responsibility in carrying out the financial policies and procedures of Trinity Episcopal Church—on matters related to accounts receivable, accounts payable, cash receipts and disbursements, payroll, fund accounting, investments reporting, bank and investments reconciliations, credit card expenses and expense accounts monitoring and reconciliations, and reporting of shared facilities expenses of Trinity Episcopal Church and St. Richard’s Episcopal School. Originally from Chicago, Faith is a proud mother of five amazing children and is an avid reader.
Director of Communications & Invitation
Office: 317-926-1346 x404
tlemon (at) trinitychurchindy.org
Tracey oversees all communications at Trinity. She has a masters degree from the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University and brings over 20 years of communications and management consulting experience.
Director of Finance and Administration
Office: 317-926-1346 x405
marcoa (at) trinitychurchindy.org
Albie has primary responsibility for the business affairs of the parish—with oversight over all matters pertaining to finances, facilities, human resources, information technology and office administration. He upholds Trinity’s values of mission-focused hospitality, stewardship, service, communication, and respect for all.
Dr. Michael Messina
Director of Music
Office: 317-926-1346 x410
mmessina (at) trinitychurchindy.org
Michael Messina is Director of Music at Trinity and Organist for St. Richard’s Episcopal School, positions he has held for over twenty-three years.
He holds MMus and DMA degrees in Organ Performance and Literature, as well as the Performer’s Certificate, from the Eastman School of Music. Michael was graduated magna cum laude with the BMus degree in Church Music from Saint Olaf College, where he sang and traveled extensively with the Saint Olaf Choir. Michael has performed solo and duo organ concerts extensively throughout the United States, as well as at the cathedral of Notre–Dame de Paris.
Michael has served as President of the Association of Anglican Musicians, co-Chair and faculty of the Leadership Program for Musicians Serving Small Congregations in the Diocese of Indianapolis, and Dean and Treasurer of the Rochester and Indianapolis chapters of the American Guild of Organists, respectively. For the past several years, Michael has participated in the Indianapolis AGO’s Pipeworks program, an interdisciplinary curriculum presenting the organ and its repertoire to primary and secondary school students.
For twenty-seven years he has served as Organist and Choirmaster in Jewish congregations in Rochester and Indianapolis.
Michael lives with Mark (his husband), Norbu (the Shih Tzu), and Leo (the French bulldog)..
Youth & Parish Life
Office: 317-926-1346 x123
mroetter (at) trinitychurchindy.org
Missy coordinates the Journey to Adulthood youth program and has been certified by Journey to Adulthood’s Leader Resources program. For parish life, she directs all-parish events. Missy has a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Louisville and before working at Trinity, she worked 15 years in the retail industry. Along with her husband Fred, she has been a member of Trinity since 1988. The Roetters have two children, Lizzie and Nelson.
Housekeeping / Maintenance