The Vestry of Trinity Episcopal Church


Members of the Vestry


Chris Cerrato, Senior Warden

Chris is a “cradle Episcopalian”, baptized at St. John’s in East Boston, but has been part of a wide variety of faith communities. He spent about half a year in Israel as part of the “Jerusalem Passion Play” and “Nativity Play of Bethlehem” (check out the site on Facebook, there are some good pictures). He is an amateur musician who enjoys singing and playing the lap dulcimer and accordion. He is a voracious reader of  multiple genres: from hard science, philosophy, and theology, to alternative histories, poetry, and fantasy/science fiction. He’s also an avid gamer, enjoying everything from classic board games like “Diplomacy”, chess, and “Cosmic Encounter” to modern MMO (that’s “massive multiplayer online”) games. If he’s not doing something at church, he can often be found online playing “World of Warcraft”, or reading a book.

Jeff Moulton, Junior Warden


Tom High, Treasurer

Tom High is the Treasurer of Trinity.  He is an engineer, a father, and a proud grandfather.  Tom has served on the Trinity Vestry for over 15 years, most of those years as the Treasurer. 

Kris Twombly, Clerk of the Vestry

I have been at Trinity since 1995. I was married at Trinity in 1998. I taught Christian Education and I have worked in the Nursery as well. Both of my children were also baptized at Trinity. I hope to continue to worship and serve at Trinity and to be a welcoming presence to any new people looking for a home to worship in. My hope is for Trinity to grow and continue to be a welcoming place for all!


Elvy Miles, Vestry Member

Joe Merrill, Vestry Member


Cathy Estey, Vestery Member

Betty Jacobs, Vestery Member

Eleanor Harris, Vestery Member

Nancy Morrisey, Vestery Member

Consultants to the Vestry
Gary Fowler, Assistant to the Treasurer
Finance Committee

Chris Cerrato, Chair
Gary Fowler
Tom High
Bill Arnold
Paul Pignone, Consultant


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