Pastor Nathan is a Lititz native. In fact, Trinity is his home church. Nathan put his faith in Jesus at Twin Pines camp when he was 10 years old. As a young adult, he served as a camp counselor, Bible study leader, and Sunday school teacher.
Nathan has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Millersville University and a Masters of Divinity from Evangelical Seminary in Myerstown, PA. He married his wife, Silmara, in 2012. Their son, Ian was born in 2013 and is a bundle of joy. They also added a daughter, Sarah, to their family in 2015.
Nathan likes reading, writing, and playing guitar. He loves traveling abroad and has been to all the continents, including Antarctica. His favorite movie is “It’s a Wonderful Life” and favorite book, other than the Bible, is “Les Miserables”.
Ryan Taylor has served as a pastor at Trinity since 1997. He and his wife, Ginger, have two sons, Luke and Jonah. Ryan is a graduate of Clarion University and received his M. Div. degree from Evangelical Seminary.
He enjoys sports, board games, and spending time with his family. Ryan has a heart for seeing young adults and youth grow into mature followers of Jesus Christ.
If you were to ask Ryan what he likes best about Trinity, he would say, “I love all the good friends that Ginger and I have. We are so blessed!” He is also a Steelers, Pirates and Penguins fan.
Tina was born and raised in Lancaster City and moved to Lititz in 1980. She accepted Jesus as her Savior at age 12 while she was at Lancaster Grace E.C. Church. She has been with us here at Trinity since 1989 – becoming our secretary in 1998. Tina is married to Dennis, and their family consists of a daughter, Stephanie (who lives in Lititz with her husband and two daughters), and a son, Andrew (who lives in Huntingdon with his wife and children).
Tina participates in many activities here at Trinity. She is a member of the G.E.M.S. Committee (providing activities and fellowship opportunities for our senior adults) helps in the nursery, and is part of the Quilting Sisters.
Tina is thankful to belong to a church that teaches from the Bible and encourages people to be disciples of Jesus.
Barry grew up in the Palmyra E.C. Church where he accepted Christ and was active in youth events. He and his wife, Linda, were married in 1974 and moved to Lititz in 1992 after living in Newark, DE, and Scranton, PA.
Barry spent most of his career in banking, most recently as a Vice President at Fulton Bank and is currently enjoying retirement. Barry graduated from the University of Richmond with a BS in Business Administration. He is also a Certified Public Accountant. He has been Treasurer at Trinity for 18 years.
Barry enjoys traveling, reading and following all Philadelphia and the University of Richmond sports teams.
Michele was born and raised in Lititz, PA and met her husband Mike there. They were married in September 1988 and have two wonderful daughters: Elizabeth (Liz) and Katherine (Katie). She also has a faithful chocolate lab Mocha Jo.
Keeping two active children's work, school and church schedules going is a fulltime task, but Michele still finds time to read, cook and craft. She is also the office manager for the company her brother owns, Fine Wood Solutions, and divides her work week between FWS and Trinity.
You will find Michele in the nursery teaching Sunday school, singing with the Sr. Choir and helping with the Networking and GEMS committees. She also helps with Vacation Bible School (VBS) in the summer.
Aimee is a Lititz native and has attended Lititz Trinity since she was an infant. She is married to Mike Lausch and together they have three children: Caden, Brady and Ava.
Prior to working at Trinity, Aimee was a middle school science teacher for 13 years. She spends her time volunteering in her children's school, helping with the kid's soccer and dance teams, and volunteering at church.
Aimee is a helper in children's Sunday School, she is on the Decorating & Design team and Outreach Committee at Trinity. She enjoys watching and playing soccer, reading, and vacationing at the beach.
Amber grew up and currently resides in Ephrata with her husband Tim and three children - twin daughters, Selah & Leyna, and a son Kyzah (name meaning born after twins). Amber accepted Jesus into her heart as a young girl but her faith has grown stronger more recently by witnessing God's goodness through all of life's challenges.
Amber graduated from Juniata College with Bachelor of Arts in Communications. Throughout her professional career, Amber has served in various children's ministries and programming. Some of which include: Arts Director at Woodcrest Retreat, mentor for numerous after-school programs, girl's volleyball coach and fitness instructor, and director for Mornings On Orange Street (MOOS), a before-school program for Lancaster city students. After almost 10 years of serving as director for MOOS, she felt God calling her to a new endeavor- Trinity's Children's Ministry Director! She feels very blessed to be a part of this awesome ministry and church.
In her free time, Amber enjoys spending time with family and close friends, singing and dancing, organizing and planning events, watching Juniata women's volleyball (her alma mater), and eating!
Eileen serves as Sr. Choir Director and Worship Coordinator here at Trinity. She has used her Music Education degree primarily within the church by directing Jr. and Sr. choirs and a variety of small vocal and instrumental ensembles for more than 25 years.
Eileen and her husband, Frank moved to Lititz in August of 2002. Frank worked as a Nursing Home Administrator for almost 40 years and recently retired in May 2019.
Frank and Eileen have three grown children: Christopher, living in Colorado; Koren Fox, living in Lititz with husband George and children Brianna and Colin; and Joel, living in Lancaster with wife Katie and sons Gavin and Reid and daughter Nyla.
Eileen teaches flute and piano privately, but also performs regularly in worship. She and Frank enjoy traveling together with friends. She also enjoys working in the yard and loves caring for Brianna and Colin several days a week. “Great is Thy Faithfulness” is one of Eileen’s favorite hymns.