About the Church
- The Rev. Bill Queen, Interim Rector
- The Rev. Kimberly Reinholz, Associate for Service, Campus Ministry and Pastoral Care
- Dr. Elizabeth Melcher Davis, Associate for Music Ministries
- Peter J. Knecht, Office and Facilities Manager
- Barb Dodd, Associate for Generosity, Discipleship, and Communications
- Aaron Davis, Coordinator of Children’s, Youth and Family Ministries
- Judy Bowman, Financial Secretary
- Shelby Scattergood, Administrative Assistant
- Roland Boone, Sexton
- Cherelle Williams, Nursery
- Amber Weaver, Kitchen Coordinator
- Isaiah King, Volunteer Coordinator for Red Door Ministry
- Julia Terhune, Episcopal Campus Ministry
- Turner Allen, Tech Support
- Sarah Hall, Seminarian
The Rev. Bill Queen
Having served in the ordained ministry for 25 years, Bill studied philosophy at Eckerd College and International Business at the Thunderbird School of Global Management. After a career in business, he prepared for ordination at Virginia Theological Seminary.
Bill is professionally certified in interim ministry and served congregations in Chesterfield, Henrico, Richmond, Petersburg, Spotsylvania and Washington, VA and also Jacksonville Beach, FL. His wife, Lynn Ellen, owns Queen and Associates, a leadership development consulting firm. They have three adult children (Thomas, Anna, and Philip) and a Wheaten Terrier named Finn.
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The Rev. Kimberly Reinholz
Associate for Service, Campus Ministry and Pastoral Care
Kim served as the Canon at the Cathedral Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, for several years before joining Grace and Holy Trinity in 2015. She graduated from the General Theological Seminary in 2013 and also earned degrees from Temple University and the University of Sussex in East Sussex, England. Before her ordination, Kim had considerable experience as a church administrator and youth missioner. She and her husband, Andrew, also a member of the Episcopal clergy, have a daughter, Audrey, and a son, Owen.
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Dr. Elizabeth Melcher Davis
Associate for Music Ministries
Beth directs the Adult Choir at our 11:00 a.m. service, supported by a cadre of committed volunteers, professional section leaders and assistant organist, Lawrence Heath. She provides music at special services during Holy Week, at funerals and for festivals during the Church year. Beth also organizes a concert series, “Music at Grace & Holy Trinity Church,” which includes a variety of special worship services and performances provided as outreach to our Richmond neighbors.
Beth has been on our staff since 2003. Prior to coming to Richmond, she served at both Episcopal and Lutheran churches in Maryland and Virginia. An accomplished organist, Beth has performed concerts throughout the United States. She received the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Performance and Literature at the Eastman School of Music in 1994, the Master of Music degree from The Juilliard School in 1990 and the Bachelor of Music degree from the Curtis Institute of Music in 1987.
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Peter J. Knecht
Office and Facilities Manager
Peter brings a background in theater, the arts, and management to our staff. He manages office operations, facility use and maintenance of our historic building. Peter, a 20-year native of Richmond, began working for the church in 2016.
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Associate for Generosity, Discipleship, and Communications
Originally from Georgia, Barb has a background in government and business. She holds a bachelor’s degree and has extensive experience in public and private sector communications. Barb is a faithful, energetic, outgoing, and talented person who joined our staff in 2018. When she’s not at the church, she can often be found in her Bon Air garden.
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Coordinator of Children’s, Youth and Family Ministries
Aaron focuses on Christian formation for our children, youth, and families. He is committed to inspiring and empowering lifelong faith in Jesus Christ through biblical teaching, servant leadership, multi-age communication, and engagement of Christian traditions. Aaron has a bachelor’s degree in religious studies from North Carolina State University, a Master of Divinity from Union Seminary in Richmond, and is now earning a Master of Theology from Union.
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Judy has worked for our church since 1991, handling the church’s books and other administrative tasks. Contact Judy to find out the status of your financial giving, online and mobile giving, and our online membership center through ShelbyNext.
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A native of Cary, North Carolina, Shelby has been working at GHTC since October 2018.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in drawing and printmaking from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
When she’s not working in the office, Shelby likes to cook, play her with pet ferret, Fergus, and exhibit her artwork throughout the United States.
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A native of North Carolina, Roland began working at Grace and Holy Trinity Church in the fall of 2018. When he is not keeping our facilities sparkling clean, he enjoys movies, being outside in a park, and fresh vegetables.
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Cherelle has been on GHTC’s nursery staff team since Feb. 2019. She is a Registered Behavior Technician currently working as an ABA Therapist with RCG Behavioral Health Network and a Residential Counselor with the Adult Programs at Commonwealth Autism. She has previously worked as a Child Behavior Interventionist with Henrico Public Schools and an academic mentor and tutor. Cherelle holds a BA from Randolph-Macon College with a double major in Psychology and Philosophy, and is currently earning an MS in Clinical Psychology from Walden University with specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis. She is Community Outreach Chair of the junior board for the Autism Society of Central Virginia.
A passionate, talented cook, Amber coordinates the many hands needed to feed more than 120 people every Friday at the Red Door Ministry of Grace & Holy Trinity Church. Amber loves to help others and her expertise with the eager volunteers has helped the church maximize its resources while expanding the menu. Amber also is the founder and owner of Thandie Catering in Chesterfield County; she joined the GHTC staff in 2018.
Volunteer Coordinator for Red Door Ministry
Isaiah joined the staff in 2020 and helps keep track of volunteer hours, reports data to Feed More, and engages with the VCU and Red Door Community weekly. Isaiah is a great addition to the team and has already been trained to be a “shopper” for FeedMore and helps Amber Weaver, our kitchen coordinator out in ways that are above and beyond his job. Isaiah is personable and always has a quiet smile on his face; keep an eye out for him on Fridays at Red Door Ministry.
Episcopal Campus Ministry
Julia has worked with ECM since 2018 and is a senior leader. She sings in the choir, serves as a chalice bearer and helps leads the children’s choirs on occasion. She coordinates music for Red Door on Fridays. Her summer 2020 project is to coordinate care packages for college students, develop a way to color together virtually, and have a game night so that we can all reconnect before school starts up again in August.
Turner is currently a Senior at VCU, working toward his degree in Computer Science. He is a graduate of the Collegiate School and attended William & Mary prior to attending VCU. A native Richmonder and life-long Episcopalian, Turner was baptized at St. Paul’s Richmond and as a youth attended St. Mary’s, Goochland, where he was confirmed. While in high school, he served as a Parish Youth Minister (PYM) at Shrine Mont, and as a page at the Diocesan Annual Convention. Turner has two brothers who live in San Francisco and his parents reside in the Richmond area. His mother, Rev. Amelie Wilmer, serves as the Rector of St. John’s Church in Church Hill, so he so he is already quite familiar with the inner workings of parish ministry! Turner enjoys music, good books, movies and festivals, and above all, spending time with family and close friends. He is excited to be bringing everyone together at Grace and Holy Trinity during this challenging time.
In the summer of 2020, Sarah is working as a seminarian to foster new community relationships through the Red Door Ministry. Enrolled at Union Presbyterian Seminary, Sarah is in her second year as an M.Div student. She will be contacting our community grant partners and discussing financial needs in the face of COVID and will be sharing her research with the steering committee to make informed decisions about the distributions of community grants.