Pastoral StaffChrist | Community | Culture
Rev. Rochelle Michael
Director of Ministry and Pastoral Services
Rev. Rochelle Michael researches, plans, consults, implements, and monitors ministry activities and pastoral care for Trinity United Church of Christ. She is responsible for the coordination and management of daily work, supervises the performance of the pastoral staff, ensures the development of skills and talents for the pastoral staff by providing coaching, training opportunities and supports ministry partners in facilitation of ministry, programs and project activities.
Rev. Mark Barclay
Associate Pastor for Outreach
Rev. Mark S. Barclay serves as the Associate Pastor for Outreach and provides intentional ministry to the community of Trinity United Church of Christ, such as Lowden Homes, Roseland, and Auburn Gresham. Rev. Barclay has a passion for outreach and the liberation of God’s people, working with boys, girls, men, and women seeking to impact change and provide the love of Jesus Christ!
Rev. Regena Glenn-Caldwell
Associate Pastor of Sick and Shut-In Ministry
Rev. Regena serves as the Associate Pastor of Sick and Shut-in Ministry and as the pastoral liaison to the Health and Wellness Ministries. She began the journey of visiting the Sick and Shut-In in 1999. Rev. Regena is an advocate for patients who have no voice and has worked to help many patients and families connect with social services to obtain qualifying benefits.
Rev. Michael D. Jacobs
Managing Director of the Youth and Campus Life Institute and Associate Pastor to Men’s Ministries
Rev. Tyrone McGowan, Jr.
Rev. Jasmin Taylor
Associate Pastor of Digital and Media Ministry
Rev. Jasmin E. Taylor serves as the Associate Pastor of Digital and Media Ministry, communicating both locally and across the world, using technology as an evangelism tool, In addition, she serves as the Executive Director for the Trinity UCC Freedom School, a summer reading program that teaches our youth leadership skills educates them on their history, heritage, and culture, facilitating their understanding of the power of social action and civic engagement. Rev. Jasmin also serves as liaison to the Media and Technology ministries and oversees virtual membership. She works to teach congregants how to use Facebook, Twitter, the Trinity UCC mobile app, and other technology and social media platforms.
Rev. Jasmin is married to Michael Taylor and she is the mother of one daughter, Bria. Her favorite scripture is Philippians 4:13: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”