Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry announces search

December 9, 2003

Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry has formally begun its search to find its next Dean and President. The committee search process follows the announcement this past May that Dean Peter Moore plans to retire in June 2004.

According to the Rev. Canon David H. Roseberry, search committee chair, "We are searching for a leader who will exemplify the high Christian standards for which Trinity is known, and who can shepherd our next
generation of students boldly into the 21st century. This person will also assume the awesome responsibility of Trinity's vital role as a bearer of an orthodox evangelical witness in North America."

Over the past decade, Trinity has enjoyed steady growth, the construction of state of the art buildings and facilities, a stable faculty, and successful capital campaigns to underwrite many scholarships. The next
leader will be challenged with developing curriculum, programming, and partnerships that can prepare Trinity for long-term worldwide Christian ministry.

Confidential nominations are being accepted until January 15, 2004. Send nominations to:

The Rev. Canon David H. Roseberry
Trinity Search Process
c/o Christ Church Episcopal
4550 Legacy Drive
Plano, TX 75024
(214) 291-5010

Nominees will be asked to submit applications for candidacy by mid-February 2004. The new Dean and President is expected to take office in June 2004.

Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry serves the Lord by forming Christian leaders, both lay and ordained. Trinity is a seminary in the Anglican tradition, especially serving the Episcopal Church as an evangelical, "Great Commission" seminary. Trinity also serves all those committed to the spread of the gospel, whatever their tradition. Visit for more information on Trinity.