Rev Meredith Crigler

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The Rev. Meredith H. Crigler was born into a Navy family who lived in Rhode Island, Central California, Hawaii, and College Station. Her grandparents hail from Washington State, New Orleans, New York, and Three Rivers, Texas.

She graduated cum laude with majors in Neuroscience and Religious Studies from Claremont McKenna College in Southern California, has an MDiv with honors from Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, and received her doctorate in preaching through Bexeley-Seabury in 2024. She was ordained in the Diocese of Texas in 2010 and has served as Curate/Associate at St. Mary’s in Cypress and as the Rector of Grace in Galveston. She became the Rector of Trinity, Baytown, in 2018 and offers spiritual direction through the church's Well at Trinity: Center for Healing & Wholeness. Meredith currently serves as the co-chair of the Diocesan Committee for Global Partnerships in Mission, as faculty of Iona School for Ministry, on the board of Global Episcopal Mission Network, as a Steward with Backstory Preaching, and has facilitated, presented, or directed at numerous events, summer camps, retreats, and pilgrimages. She has traveled extensively across the United States and twenty-four countries/territories and is the co-author of the Preacher’s Planner. She is passionate about mission, formation, sabbath, preaching, generosity, and embracing discernment.

She is married to Tim Crigler, a Deputy Constable in Harris County in a master's program for clinical mental health counseling. Together, they enjoy traveling, camping, exploring God’s creation, cooking, building projects and design, and spending time with their numerous nieces, nephews, family, and friends. From time to time, you may also see their dog Thurgood in the office and cat Pangur online.


Rev Micki Rios

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Micki has been a member of Trinity since 1981 along with her husband James. Micki and James have two grown children Jaime (daughter in law Clair) and Christy (who still attends Trinity).  Micki and James have done all ministries throughout their years at Trinity.  Micki is a graduate of University of Houston/Clear Lake with a degree in Education and retired from the Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District, having worked at the elementary and junior school levels teaching science and social studies and ending as the Family Involvement Coordinator at Horace Mann Jr School.  Micki went to the IONA School for Ministry to become a deacon in the Diocese of Texas, being ordained in 2008, the second class to go through the IONA School.  In 2011 Micki graduated from Liberty University in VA with a Masters in Counseling and currently works in private counseling as well as her work as Deacon.

Parish Administrator

Moira Mathews

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Born and raised in Australia, Moira moved to Texas in 2003, after meeting her (now) US born husband, David in Australia.  They married in December of that year. 

Starting her working life as an executive secretary, Moira gained degrees in Business Management, and Human Resources Management from Deakin University in Australia, as a mature-aged student and went on to work in corporate human resources, recruitment, and general business management, and upon her arrival in Texas, volunteered as Fundraising Chairman/Membership Officer with Baytown Humane Society; regular columnist for the Baytown Sun; HOA Board Member, Literacy Tutor with Sterling Library, Baytown, and Board member, Keep Baytown Beautiful Committee.

Growing up in the Church of England in Australia but having left the church for a period of time, Moira likes to tell the story of how God made her drive past Trinity every day, until she finally noticed the sign which read “Member of the Anglican Community”.  One Christmas Eve, she says, God dragged her, kicking and screaming, into church, and the rest, as they say, is history.  Shortly thereafter, she began subbing as parish secretary, served one term on Vestry, before joining the staff of Trinity in 2010. In addition, Moira serves as Lector, Acolyte and Lay Eucharistic Minister; as a way of serving God.  After her ‘retirement’ in 2015, to pursue her other passion of showing her Paint horse, “Mikey”, who some of you have met, she returned to Trinity shortly before the COVID pandemic and has taken up the reins – pun intended – of her previous role.  

Moira has a passion for sewing, and for horses and runs two home-based businesses in these areas of interest.  She and David share their farm with her two Paint horses, 3 very fat goats, and 3 rescue cats.  Moira and David love to travel, both having travelled extensively, to many areas of the globe.

Moira feels God has called her to utilise her secretarial, business and organisational skills to serve Trinity.