Clergy & Staff
What to say? Most importantly I am married to Lauren, 29 years now, and father to 3 sons: Chris (21 years), Jeremy (19 years), and Alex (14 years). I am originally from Dallas, Texas and am a Texas A&M Aggie. After graduate school I went to work for Compassion International living overseas twice and being extraordinarily blessed to travel and work all over the world with amazing people. I later founded and was Owner/President of Knowledge Builders Inc., a small (me and a few subcontractors) technical training and consulting company – great fun! After going to seminary at Trinity School for Ministry in Pittsburgh in 1998 and being an Assistant Pastor at two churches I and a few other families planted Holy Trinity Anglican Church in January 2004. In August 2009 Holy Trinity and Christ the King integrated and we have been a single congregation since then. It is not just pastor talk to say that it is my privilige and love to serve as Senior Pastor here at Holy Trinity. Please call/email/Facebook me if you have any questions or thoughts regarding Holy Trinity or would like to share with me what God is doing with you!
Fr. Blake has had a long career in missions with service in Austria and the Republic of the Philippines. He is currently Holy Trinity’s Pastor to Missionaries and works full-time with Mission Training International located in Palmer Lake.
Congregational Care Pastor
Deb is a native of Pennsylvania and now calls Colorado home. She has a BA in English from Juniata College, a MA in Management from Central Michigan University, and a MA in Christian Studies from Denver Seminary. Deb came to HTAC from the Episcopal Church in 2007 and was ordained deacon in 2009. She retired from the Army Reserve Medical Service Corps in 2006 after 31 years of service, and in 2011 from the Air Force Civil Service where she served for the past five years as Chaplain Planner and Faith Based Interagency Coordinator for NORAD/US Northern Command. She is now an independent consultant. Deb is the mother of two children; Lynn, an Air Force first lieutenant and Alex, a student at UCCS.
Chaplain, Captain, Steve Cuneio is a Protestant Chaplain, 10th Air Base Wing, Community Center Chapel, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado. He is the primary chaplain for the USAF Academy Preparatory School and leads the 1015 Evangelical Protestant Worship Service. He provides unit ministry, counseling and pastoral care for the 10th Security Forces Squadron and the First Term Airmen’s Center.
Chaplain Cuneio was born in Waxahachie TX and began his military career in May 2004 with a direct appointment as a USAF chaplain. Before entering the Air Force, Chaplain Cuneio served 12 years in diverse pastoral ministry positions. From his 1991 pastoral internship at Times Square Church in Manhattan NYC NY, to pastoral assignments inArizonaandMissouri, Chaplain Cuneio comes to the Air Force with diverse, qualified ministry experience. An ordained Anglican priest with The Anglican Mission in the Americas (a missionary jurisdiction of the Providence of the Anglican Church of Rwanda), his ministry emphasis has always been on teaching, counseling, and strengthening relationships. Chaplain Cuneio is married to the former Shannon Hale, and they are the parents of six children, sons: Caleb, Andrew, Joel, and Nathan; and daughters: Elizabethand Sarah.
Rev. Andy McIntyre
Facilities Team Leader
Born in Southern California. BS degree in Accounting from Cal Poly University and a MS degree in Financial Management from the Naval Postgraduate School. Retired as a Navy Captain after 26 years of service. Worked as Business Manager for Immanuel Christian School in Northern Virginia for an additional 14 years, before moving to Colorado in 2006. At Holy Trinity, led the property search team and served on the negotiating team for our facility in Gleneagle.
Born Ellisville, MS. Retired Air Force CMSGT with 22 years service. AS Degree in Communications. BS Computer Science/management, and MBA with finance focus. Also, retired Aerospace Logistician (13 Yrs) and Human Resources Director (16 Yrs).
I was born at Chandler AFB, AZ and grew up all over the United States but have always considered Colorado Springs “home.” I graduated from Wright State University with a BS in Marketing. I am married to Tom Karmondy, we have three wonderful, grown children.
Michael Pollard grew up in Colorado, thought he’d be a music major, changed his mind, and taught high school English for eight years. He now teaches media studies and technology at a local high school, and has also served by leading worship music at Holy Trinity since 2004. Michael coached cross country and track from 1999 to 2009 and looks forward to returning to the ministry of coaching high school athletes. Michael and his wife Stephanie have lived in the Colorado Springs area since 1999, and they have two young boys.
LEADERSHIP TEAM (LT)
Born at Andrews AFB, grew up as an Air Force brat living in Alabama, Hawaii, Wash DC, and Florida, graduated from the University of Arkansas. Currently Active Duty Air Force with over 19 years service. Peggy and I have a 14-yr old daughter, Miranda, who attends CSCS. We’ve been at Holy Trinity since summer 2009 when we moved to Colorado from Northern VA. We plan to retire here and make C Springs our home.
Senior Pastor/Rector and LT member
Kermit (Kerm) Neal
Born in Lincoln, ME, attended public schools in Maine and graduated from Husson College in Bangor, ME in 1980. Entered the US Air Force and served over 25 years. Currently a government employee at Peterson AFB. He (meaning me) and Kimberly are the proud parents of Kaleb and Kobe, and love living in Colorado!
Stephanie is a Colorado native and is blessed with a wonderful husband, two boys, and a great church family. She has been a follower of Jesus since the early 1990s. From 1999 to 2004 she had the privilege of working for International Bible Society (now Biblica). She has been at Holy Trinity since 2004 and has been a (mostly) stay-at-home mom since 2005. She enjoys working with preschoolers at a Christian school in town, and she is also a certified birth doula. Each of her jobs allows her to regularly witness God’s miracles in the details of life.
I was born and grew up in the Czech Republic. I decided to follow Jesus at the age of 17. Porter and I met and got married in the Czech Republic. In 1998 we joined YWAM and since then we had the opportunity to minister and volunteer in West Bank, Jordan, Egypt,Turkey, Germany, Czech Republic and now here in the Springs. Porter and I are very blessed to have Jakub as our son.