Trinity Episcopal Church Staff
The Rev. Dr. Andrew Keyse
Andy was ordained deacon and priest in 2002 in the Diocese of Chicago, and has been the rector at Trinity Episcopal Church since 2007. He received his BA from the University of the South in Sewanee, TN, and his MDiv. and DMin. (Liturgy) from the School of Theology at Sewanee. Andy is married to Beth and they have two children, Siras (14) and Mary Mullis (12).
The Rev. Dr. Callie Plunket-Brewton
Associate Rector and
Campus Ministry Chaplain
Callie is a graduate of Texas Tech University (B.A.) and Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Div. and Ph.D.). She was ordained in 2011 and has been at Trinity Episcopal Church since 2013. She is married to Dr. Vince Brewton, professor of English and Director of the UNA Honors Program, and they have three children, Merrie Margaret (12), Alec (10), and Patrick (7). Her favorite verse of Scripture, in spite of being an OId Testament scholar, is from 1 John: “Beloved, we are God’s children now; what we will be has not yet been revealed.”
The Rev. Deacon Catherine Scheisz
Catherine has been at Trinity Episcopal Church since moving to Florence in 1995. She has a BA in French Literature from Sewanee. Ordained to the diaconate in 2012, she has served at Trinity Episcopal Church since that time. Catherine has three grown children; Sarah, Mary Catherine and Jamie. She loves spending time with her granddaughter, Maci.
Children’s Ministry Director
Jessie graduated from the University of North Alabama. She came to Trinity Episcopal Church in 2012. Florence is her home. She currently works as our Children’s Ministry Coordinator working with children from 0-6th grade. She has one child, Carl (3).
Youth Ministry Director
Simon grew up in Birmingham and went to Homewood High School. He studied History and Psychology at Auburn University, and has a sister who has just started her freshman year at Alabama. He worked for Camp McDowell as a summer camp counselor for 3 years, and has now taken on the role of youth director here at Trinity Episcopal Church.
Organist and Choir Director
Noël Morse Beck has been singing almost since the day she was born. By age 10, she was honing her hymn-playing skills by playing for family worship each morning. At 15, she became organist at her local church. She pursued her interest in her college studies, earning a double major in organ/church music and English literature. Noël and her husband Robert, also an organist, have two adult daughters, who have graced them with four singing grandchildren. Noël is also passionate about issues of human and environmental justice, peace, and equality.
Shelia has been the bookkeeper for Trinity Episcopal Church for sixteen years. She was baptized and confirmed at Trinity Episcopal Church and has been a long time member. Shelia and her husband, Monty, were married at Trinity Episcopal Church thirty-seven years ago and have both sung in the choir for over twenty-two years. Along with her family and pets, Shelia loves music and enjoys playing clarinet, alto sax, mandolin and violin.