Clergy & Staff

Reverend Canon John Harmon

Reverend Canon John Harmon

Rector and Pastor


The Reverend Canon John T. W. Harmon is the 14th Rector of Trinity Episcopal Church in Washington, DC.

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Kelvin Page

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Music Director

Reverend Dr. Shawn Strout

Reverend Dr. Shawn Strout


Reverend Alethea Long-Green

Reverend Alethea Long-Green



Marilyn Boayue

Cora O. Dixon
Assistant Treasurer

Nnenna Ugorji
Assistant Treasurer

Caroline Edwards
Assistant Treasurer

Mark Johnson
Assistant Treasurer

Evangeline Wotorson
Assistant Treasurer

Donna Weston
Parish Administrator

Joan Taylor Brown

A.C. Toles-Greene
Warden, Victory Tower

The Vestry

Jason Wrenn – Senior Warden
Donna Lawrence – Junior Warden

Class of 2023

Tracy Anderson
Donna Cherry
Ernest Totimeh
Jason Wrenn

Class of 2024

Jordan Jean
Altmann Pannell
Hilda Sylla
Rhoda Weeks-Brown

Class of 2025

Donald Jones
Donna Lawrence
Lincoln Marshall
Henry Ogbuokiri


Congregations that have been granted parish status by their diocese are governed by their rector and the Vestry. Traditionally, and by canon law, the Vestry, consisting of wardens and other members, is the legal representative of the parish “in all matters concerning its corporate property and the relations of the Parish to its Clergy,” except as may be provided by state law or diocesan canons. The number of vestry members and term of office varies from parish to parish.

The vestry has a legal and moral responsibility for managing the congregation’s resources, including operating funds, investments, furnishing, buildings and ground. In addition to the legal roles and responsibilities, there is the spiritual responsibility of leading a congregation. The mission of the church is “to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ” (BCP, p.855). The elected leaders, lay and ordained, have a responsibility to model that mission in their work and to lead the congregation in fulfilling that mission.

Responsibilities of the Vestry (as a Body)

  • Support the Mission by Word and Deed
  • Ensure Effective Congregational Planning
  • Select the Rector
  • Establish and Monitor Programs and Services
  • Communicate With the Wider Community
  • Assess Its Own Performance
  • Ensure Adequate Resources