Steve Caselli has been Senior Minister at HTPC since 1998.
Steve grew up in Columbus, Ohio and is a graduate of Denison University. He worked in campus ministry at the University of Michigan and served as pastoral intern at Park Cities Presbyterian, Dallas, Texas and Bucks Central Presbyterian in Pennsylvania.
Steve received a Masters of Divinity from Westminster Theological Seminary (1994), and a Ph.D. from Westminster in May, 2007.
Steve and his wife Missy have been married since 1986. They have three children, C.J., Daniel and Katie. Steve continues to be an avid lacrosse enthusiast and is helping grow the sport in the Tampa area.
Dustyn was born and raised in Fort Worth, TX. He attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas where he was involved with Reformed University Fellowship. He later interned with RUF and met his wife, Julie (Auburn graduate), who was also an RUF intern. After working with RUF, they moved to Philadelphia where Dustyn attended Westminster Theological Seminary.
Dustyn served at HTPC from 2002-2014; he and Julie (and their four children, Elizabeth, Mary Ellen, William and Katherine) then returned to Philadelphia where Dustyn began a PhD program in Old Testament studies. Upon completion of the coursework phase, Dustyn and his family returned to Tampa in the summer of 2017 where he again serves as Associate Pastor.
These milestones capture so many constants: the blessing of his college years spiritually, the blessing of a Christian wife and covenant children, the blessing of what he and Julie learned during their seasons at WTS and the blessing of this congregation which has for so many years been “home.”
Minister, Sojourner Presbyterian Church
Steve is the minister of Holy Trinity’s church plant, Sojourner Presbyterian Church.
Steve is originally from Pennsylvania, where he attended Grove City College. Steve worked as a mechanical engineer before attending Westminster Theological Seminary, graduating in 2009.
Steve then served as Holy Trinity’s intern for two years. At the end of his internship Holy Trinity called him to plant a church in North Tampa. He was ordained as Assistant Minister of Church Planting in June, 2011. Sojourner started public worship in October, 2014.
Steve and his wife Loren have been married since 2011 and have two children. Steve enjoys the outdoors and never turns down an invitation to go fishing.
Don Bennett has been a ruling elder at Holy Trinity since 2001. Don practices law, has been married to his wife Hope since 1989, and has three daughters. Don enjoys cooking and grueling workouts on his Concept2 rowing machine.
Wynton “Wink” Hall has been a ruling elder at Holy Trinity since 2001. Wink is a physician and has been married to his wife Gretchen since 1985. Wink and Gretchen have three adult children and three grandchildren. He enjoys golf and University of Georgia football.
Brad Meyers has been a ruling elder at Holy Trinity since 2003. He works in commercial equipment financing and has been married to his wife Kristi since 1988. Brad and Kristi have four boys, enjoy boating and the beach, and hope to take some extended sailing trips together.
David Brittain became a ruling elder at Holy Trinity in 2016. He practices law in Tampa and has been married to his wife Beverly since 1982. David and Beverly have two sons and enjoy fishing, boating and occasional travel.
Gregg Fisher became a ruling elder at Holy Trinity in 2016. Gregg is a CPA and the controller for a Tampa corporation and has been married to his wife Susan since 1982. Gregg and Susan have six children and seven grandchildren. He enjoys sports, especially Auburn University football.
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