Clergy and Staff​

Where would a church be without the people?  Trinity is blessed to have an incredible team of clergy, staff and volunteers who make our church an outstanding place to worship, grow and find fellowship.

Fr. W. Lee Domenick



As a priest, I have seen how individuals joined in a faith community are woven together by the Holy Spirit, to be the living presence of Christ in the world. Every greeting, every meeting, each ministry of outreach, and every ordinary administrative task is part of God’s Holy workings among us. The joy in our community is about being awake to God’s love in everything! I love being in the context of a faith community. Those gathered together on a journey of experiencing more and more how much God loves them, a community growing in grace and learning what it means to truly love God and neighbor and discovering the freedom in following Jesus through the death and resurrection into the new life in Christ.

Casey Cantwell

Organist & Director of Music 

A native of Dallas, Casey earned his Bachelor of Music Degree in Organ Performance from Centenary College of Louisiana in Shreveport. Previous to Trinity, Casey was most recently Associate Director of Music and Associate Organist for The Boston Avenue Church (United Methodist).  He is the Artistic Director of the Tulsa Boy Singers; a concert organist who has performed across the states and abroad; is published in the Choirmasters Guild Letters; served on the National Council of the American Guild of Organists and is listed in “Who’s Who in America.” 


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Jenny Robertson

Financial Secretary

I enjoy working with numbers and I love the people I work with, and the atmosphere of Trinity.

Linda Paul


God's Love is a wonder to watch in all who work, live, and play within our boundaries! This Love inspires me to continually be a growing member of this community. Living our Baptismal Covenant is to greet every person who walks through our doors, to "seek and serve Christ in all others" with humility and delight. As a Deacon that serves in Prison Ministry on a weekly basis, I hope to inspire all to answer the call of the 25th Chapter of Matthew: "I was hungry and you fed me ... I was sick and in prison and you visited me." 


Barbara Harlas


A native of St. Louis, Barabra moved to Tulsa to join her husband in 1979.  Togther, they owned and operated Harlas Printing Company for 22 year.  In 2001 Barb closed the print shop and joined Trinity as the printer/receptionist and has been with us ever since.  She has two grown children, John And Nicki, and beloved grandson, Nicholas.  Barb attends Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. Outside of work, she loves spending time with her family and dogs and enjoys going to sporting events of all kinds.

Lora Wright Morgan


My love of God was instilled in me by my grandmothers.  They also taught me to treat all people the same - show respect & be cheerful. Treat people the way you want to be treated.

When I needed help finding a job that would allow me to work part time and take care of my son with health issues, my job at Trinity came through prayer.  Trinity was his answer.   When God gave me this job, I gained not just a job, but a support system to help me through this trying time as our son faces health challenges. 

Donnie Henderson


I work here because this is where God lead me. All my friends and family are here at Trinity, and when they leave, I'm leaving, too. :)

Angela Tilley
Security & Housekeeping


Chad Johnson
Music Intern


Mother Cheryl 

Associate Rector

I have felt called to the ministry since I was sixteen years old (1973!).  Being a child of the 70s I grew up with God's love.  My mission is to share God's AGAPE love with every person I encounter.

Becky Moseman

Young Adults & Youth Coordinator

“Weren’t our hearts burning with fire as he walked with us on the road?”  This line from the Road to Emmaus story in Luke is at the heart of why I do what I do.  It is in the small interactions, the Sunday school classes, the chats over coffee, and sharing experiences such as a beautiful landscape or beautiful worship service that makes my blood burn with the Holy Spirit.  These moments of deep connection, of beloved community are how I grow spiritually.  In finding such wonder and love, I want others to experience the same and so I seek to do that in many different ways at Trinity. I love hearing children and young people ask deep theological questions or reply to a friend in such a beautiful way that completely sums of God love for us. 

Hannah Middlebrook

Director of Operations

I came to Trinity for a job in my field with flexible hours, but it quickly became more than that. Over the course of my years here, I have enjoyed growing alongside our staff and parishioners, exploring new ideas together and pushing ourselves to live more fully into the command to love one another. I have the pleasure of supporting this incredible community in varied ways over the years professionally. But I have also experienced the power of this community when my own family was in crisis. There is a prayer we read every week at the end of our staff meeting and it has become something I very much try to live by (even when I'm failing miserably!): "See Christ in others, be Christ to others, that he may dwell in us and we in him."

Jan Schneider

Front Office Coordinator

Born in Altus, Oklahoma, Jan met her late husband Ed in Colorado Springs when she moved with her family as a teenager. Jan and Ed were married in 1961 and have two daughters, Debbie and Carri. Jan also has three grandchildren and countless extended family members.  Jan attends Heatherridge Baptist Church in Tulsa and loves to sing, cook and do crafts in her spare time.  

Bert Bibens


Perpetual Deacons are supposed to "stand on the bridge" between church and the world, helping each side to notice the other.  With my work in education, I've often sought to channel God's love to students and parents, especially during times of hurt and loss...and, when someone asks me about my church home, or my secret to leading my life the way I do, I'm quick to point in the direction of my own faith journey and community, as the anchor of my existence.

Whether we are lay people or ordained, Christ calls us to represent Him with our words, smiles, actions and prayers. We live in an often harsh and cynical world, so the ray of sunshine that we might represent, becomes even more important as an alternative voice and symbol for others to cling to and follow.

Ed Roling

Christian Formation/New Members

Deborah Underwood


I love working at Trinity because I love serving. I love helping people understand the Episcopal  church, and helping them to find their place in it. Sometimes people need help finding what their spiritual gifts are.  I enjoy helping them figure out where their strengths and interests lie, and plugging them in with a ministry that will make use of their gifts.

Jerry Henry



Karen Rich
Associate Organist & Director
of Music


Karen Rich served as Organist and Director of Music at University UMC in Tulsa for 23 years before retirement, and currently is the Associate Organist and Choir Director at Trinity Episcopal Church in Tulsa.  She studied at Oklahoma City University, Vanderbilt University and the Goethe Universität, Frankfurt am Main. Active in the American Guild of Organists, Karen has served as Dean of the Tulsa Chapter, Program Chair and Publicity Chair for two Tulsa Region VII Conventions, and now edits the chapter newsletter. She was the Region VII Coordinator for Professional Concerns, served on the National Professional Concerns Committee, and was the National Councillor for Competitions and Conventions for six years.  She has presented workshops at both regional and national conventions on professional concerns, membership support, chapter development, convention planning and organ repertoire.

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