Pastor Cass Bailey was called to serve at Trinity in 2010 from St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Kailua, Hawaii, where he had been Rector since 1998. In his twelve years there, he oversaw the doubling of membership and expansion of ministry to include a homeless shelter program and children’s community chorus among other things. His model of spiritual formation for developing Christians was used as a model for the Diocese of Hawaii.
Pastor Cass, as he likes to be called, completed his undergraduate education at Amherst College in Amherst, Massachusetts and graduated from the Berkeley Divinity School and Yale Divinity School at Yale University in New Haven Connecticut. He also holds a certificate in advanced church leadership from Asbury Seminary in Lexington, KY. He has also served parishes in Hartford and New Haven Connecticut. His wife, Patricia, completed her undergraduate education at UVA, as well as a graduate degree in nursing. Tish also has a masters’ degree in public health and a doctorate in clinical psychology. The Baileys currently have four adopted children, two daughters and two sons. You will also find their grandson living with them and from time to time one or two foster children.
Daniel Brinson came to Trinity in 2022. Daniel is a native of Memphis, TN, and holds degrees from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and the Yale Institute of Sacred Music. Before coming to Trinity he served at St Paul's Ivy Charlottesville, VA. Daniel lives in Charlottesville with his wife Laura and their two children. In addition to music Daniel enjoys reading and hiking.
Bread & Roses Program Coordinator & Parish Adminstrator
Kristan Pitts came to Trinity Episcopal Church shortly after relocating to Charlottesville in 2021. Kristan is a native of Greenville, SC, and holds a Master of Divinity from Wake Forest School of Divinity and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration/Marketing from Converse University. Recently ordained in the Baptist tradition, Kristan believes “ministry” is “working toward the collective liberation of ALL.” As a cross-pollinator of ideas and practices, she has several years of experience working in student affairs and with environmental and faith-based non-profits. When she isn’t working, she enjoys sightseeing on the Blue Ridge Parkway with her wife, Latricia, and dog, Jax.
Our Vestry is organized into teams that correlate with Trinity’s mission:
Pat Jones Turner
Lay Ministers: The Congregation
Diocese of Virginia Bishops:
- The Right Reverend Susan Goff
- The Right Reverend Jennifer Brooke-Davidson
- The Right Reverend Porter Taylor