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. 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 is currently working on her Dmin in preaching through Bexeley-Seabury. 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. Meredith currently serves as the Chair of the Diocesan World Mission Board, a trustee for the Episcopal Foundation, and as a Mentor 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, re-formation, sabbath, preaching, generosity, and embracing discernment.

She is married to Tim Crigler, a Deputy Constable in Harris County. Together they enjoy traveling, scuba diving, exploring God’s creation, cooking, building projects, and spending time with their numerous nieces, nephews, family, and friends. You may also from time to time 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.