You can reach:  


                                        Our Priest,  Rev. Nancy Howard Hardin, at 937-335-7747, 937-232-1587

                                         or Email:




                                        Our Senior Warden, Jim Beerbower, at 937-667-1988

                                        or Email:


                                          Our Junior Warden, David Cobb, can be reached at 937-698-4708

                                          or Email: 

Char McClure, Parish Secretary



Generally speaking my ministry is, “To seek and to serve the incarnate God.” I look for the presence of Christ in everyone and everywhere and then I serve Christ by serving others.  Serving The Christ is my form of saying thank you to God who created us all and the world we are blessed to live in.  I see my ministry at Trinity as enabling lay ministry in multiple ways.

                                         The Rev. Nancy Howard Hardin has been the consistent “pastoral presence" at Trinity Troy  the past year 
                                                and half for Sunday Worship and pastoral emergencies. Effective January 1, 2018, she was appointed  
                                                our part time parish priest.                                        
                                                Rev. Nancy will be working with the Vestry to determine new ways in which we can serve our parish
                                                members.  She will also work with Partners in Hope and other local organizations to help us determine                                                where and how we can be a presence of love, service, and support in our  community.
       Rev. Nancy brings a varied background of service as an Episcopal priest. She has been a chaplain for twenty-five years in various health-care settings.  Her initial experience was in hospice and also as Protestant chaplain at the Jewish facility in Columbus. Her latest assignment was Chaplain at Mercy Urbana Hospital and Mercy McAuley Center for sixteen years. She also served as associate and supply priest at Epiphany Episcopal Church, Urbana, and as chair of the diocesan’s Affirmative Aging Commission.

       Professionally she has been involved as leader of the Urbana Alzheimer’s support group, has spoken at the American Society on Aging, and also has served as board member of their Forum of Religion, Spirituality, and Aging. She is passionate about spirituality and those with memory loss. Her initial profession was as an elementary teacher and early intervention specialist for special-needs preschoolers. She is a trained Spiritual Director and gives spiritual direction and leads retreats.
       She resides in Urbana where she lives with her husband, Ed, an extremely active layperson and the recently retired account manager for United Animal Health, Inc.  They are the parents of two grown sons, John and Paul, who “grew up” at The Diocesan Summer Church Camp at Procter Center.  She especially enjoys reading, traveling, and most especially spending time with her family.
       Vestry is led by Senior Warden Jim Beerbower and Junior Warden David Cobb.   Together they bring a wealth of strong experience and leadership in these positions.  Other vestry members include Susan Beerbower, Carole Cobb, Dale Perrault, Evanthia Owen, George Gutermuth, and Chester Howes, and Deb Kappers.  
       We look forward to making a difference in our community through our ministries of Partners in Hope, the Torrence Fund, our partnership with Garden Manor, as well as being attentive to God’s leading in new ways to serve God’s people.

Wiley Smith, Organist

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Marvin Smith, Sexton

Our Leaders and Staff

 I am so happy to be serving with you here at Trinity.  I have been ordained a Deacon since 2001.  I was called from Trinity Troy (my home church) and when I finished Deacon School the Bishop assigned me here for five years.  Then, I spent next the six years serving as Deacon at St. James Piqua.  Following a break from ministry, I was called to serve The I-75 Corridor.  The Corridor consisted of St. Mark’s in Sidney, St. James in Piqua and Trinity in Troy.   Then, for about the last year and a half I just served at St. James.  My recent call to Trinity came as a result of a mutual desire on the part of Rev. Nancy, the Vestry, Jason Leo, The Bishop, and me.  I am attracted to Trinity because I see so much life and growth here.  I see the Holy Spirit at work here and I want to be part of it.  I am here on a part time basis.

60 South Dorset Rd.

Troy OH  45373


Trinity Episcopal Church

​60 s. Dorset Rd Troy OH 45373


​​​​Trinity Episcopal Church